Banks, insurance companies, broker-dealers, and investment firms are normally subject to mandatory communication retention and eDiscovery rules and regulations.
Sharp Archive is designed to comply with the nuances of your particular requirements. Typically electronic records must be preserved exclusively in a non-rewriteable and non-erasable format with accessibility for a period of time. You can adjust your retention period and have your records automatically deleted past that period of time.
Often laws have requirements for keeping duplicate records. If you wish for us to electronically deliver your archive to you through email or upload it to a cloud folder, we can do this at your chosen interval (such as every week, month, or quarter). Often duplicate records must also be kept at an off-site location. Sharp Archive’s interpretation of this is that cloud storage should qualify as an off-site location.
Sharp Archive is listed in the FINRA Compliance Vendor Directory.
Social media is considered public record in all of the United States. It’s crucial that government organizations are prepared to respond to Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) requests.
FOIA has vastly expanded transparency between government and the people. From a logistics standpoint, it has also created many challenges for agencies who must abide by it.
Sharp Archive makes answering FOIA requests quick and efficient. You can quickly search your archive by date ranges, specific feeds, or content. The results can be immediately downloaded and delivered to satisfy the request.
How many good causes have been ruined through problematic communication? Constantly, politicians are brought to their knees when embarassing communication is brought to light. In some instances, this was only among staff members.
With Sharp Archive, we aim to help you get ahead of PR nightmares and be aware of situations before they are leaked.
Because of our automatic delivery possibilities, we can help you deliver on messages of transparency by offering real time full disclosure.
Serving and protecting your citizens is always challenging. Technology empowers service, but also introduces new complications and vulnerabilities. In many jurisdictions, law enforcement agencies must abide by public record laws and to be able to respond to information requests in a reasonable amount of time.
By archiving, it protects your agency’s communications and creates a timestamped and defendable record. Sharp Archive makes your efforts easier through near real time archiving into a searchable and instantly downloadable file based on your parameters.
Like many industries, healthcare comes down to trust. Trust is very difficult to gain and very easy to lose. When it comes to serving a community, it’s imperative that reputations are protected and information is accurately provided.
In many states, archiving social media communication is not just a best practice, but it is required by law along with other regulations to archive incoming and outgoing correspondence, or private patient records.
Sharp Archive empowers you to accomplish all of this in a centralized location that helps you comply with retention and archiving requirements while also minimizing your communication risks that may result in lawsuits, fines, or internal conflict.
As a public entity, in many cases, school districts must maintain compliance with the Freedom of Information laws in their state. Sharp Archive makes it easy to create your own private searchable archive of all social media content to minimize this burden on your school district. You can easily and quickly download some or all of your content within minutes.
Social media content can pose risks to school districts. Often lawsuits are empowered when old social media posts are dug up from the past. Sharp Archive keeps you ahead of your risks by enabling you to quickly identify problematic communication.
This is meant for general educational purposes only and should not be interpreted as individual advice or negate the need for an attorney. Sharp Archive LLC assumes no liability for the accuracy or completeness of this information. Please consult with an attorney for your individual situation and the specific rules and regulations that apply to your organization.