Did you know that most Fortune 1000 corporations now spend approximately $5 million to $10 million annually on e-discovery, the process of collecting digital data when a company is being sued or investigated? You’ve probably heard the term recently due to security-related controversy surrounding Hillary Clinton using her personal email to send messages regarding government business. Today, companies can avoid the lawyer and preventative software fees altogether by turning to mobile messaging for their corporate communications. Thanks to advances in encryption and highly secure wireless networks, mobile messaging is often more secure than email. Read more on the topic in this MarketWatch article by author Jennifer Booton: http://www.marketwatch.com/story/your-work-emails-are-now-worth-millions-of-dollarsto-lawyers-2015-03-06
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