Smarsh, DLT Solutions to Provide Text Message Archiving Solution to Government
Software as a service company Smarsh has partnered with government technology solutions aggregator DLT Solutions to deliver text message records retention and oversight solutions to federal agencies.
Under the agreement, DLT Solutions will distribute the Smarsh Federal Archive, a cloud-based mobile text message archiving solution, to the U.S. federal government. The platform can help agencies modernize, strengthen and streamline their processes for managing mobile messaging risks and record retention, DLT Solutions' Chris Wilkinson said in a press release Smarsh published Wednesday.
The Federal Archive is the only solution of its kind to receive a Federal Risk and Authorization Management Program authorization. It is designed to support federal IT managers, mobile device managers, chief information officers, chief information security officer, legal teams and records officers.
The solution captures employee text communications and accompanying metadata directly from AT&T and Verizon. Content is preserved in a full threaded context, allowing users to search and produce messages on-demand for secure export.
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