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PageFreezer Announces Compliance Archiving for Workplace by Facebook

PageFreezer, a leading provider of website and social media archiving, has recently partnered with Workplace by Facebook to provide a complete compliance, archiving and information governance solution to users of the platform.

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Workplace is an enterprise collaboration network work that makes organizations more connected and productive. Employees from headquarters to the frontline can collaborate on Workplace using familiar Facebook features like Groups, Chat, News Feed, Live and more.

Known for its ability to collect and retain all essential data within social media platforms and replay content as if it were live, PageFreezer is pleased to announce compliance archiving support for Workplace, offering secure and automatic capture of all Workplace messages, posts, and comments in real-time. Storing the records as SHA-256 digitally signed records, PageFreezer helps Workplace users abide by strict record keeping regulations, and have their grounds covered should a litigation case arise.

“With the expectations of industry-specific record-keeping rules and regulations like SEC, FINRA, MiFID II and GDPR, organizations must take the necessary steps to ensure an information governance system is in place in conjunction with driving Workplace by Facebook adoption throughout the enterprise,” says Michael Riedijk, CEO of PageFreezer, “PageFreezer is the first compliance archiving platform for Workplace by Facebook that collects the communications in real-time, including user, group and chat messages and equips compliance and legal teams with tools for monitoring, records retention and governance of all this data.”

For more information:
https://www.pagefreezer.com/enterprise-collaboration-workplace-by-facebook/

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