TextGuard Announces Blackberry Enterprise Server Edition to TextGuard Mobile Compliance Solution

TextGuard BES Edition provides immediate solution for capture and archiving of SMS, Blackberry Messenger and PIN-to-PIN messages with greater ease of implementation.


August 04, 2010, New York, NY: TextGuard, the leading provider of mobile communication compliance solutions, today announced the release of its Blackberry Enterprise Server edition to the TextGuard mobile compliance solution that enables enterprises to log, archive, review, extract, and supervise all messaging communication on company mobile devices.  These messages include SMS (text) messages, and for Blackberry devices, BlackBerry Messenger and PIN-to-PIN messages. All mobile messages are identified, collected, and archived, allowing companies to establish meaningful internal compliance policies regarding mobile devices and to meet compliance mandates from all relevant regulatory bodies. Read more

TextGuard Announces Enterprise Mobile Electronic Communication Compliance Solution With Seamless Integration Into Existing Solution

TextGuard Enterprise™ provides large enterprises immediate solution for Mobile Archiving of SMS, PIN messages and Blackberry Messenger with no setup fees, and no customization charges.

http://textguard.com/Images/Logo.png(Newstron December 26, 2009 ) New York, NY: TextGuard™, the leading provider of Electronic Mobile Communication Compliance solutions, today announced their Enterprise solution has been upgraded to integrate with all existing enterprise-size archiving solutions. The patented mobile compliance solution was developed for large regulated organizations to log, archive, review, extract, and supervise electronic communication on mobile devices. These messages include (SMS) text messages, pin-to-pin messages, as well as BlackBerry Messenger Instant Messages. All mobile messages are identified, collected, archived and stored remotely or can be exported in any format to an existing data vault to meet mobile e-discovery and instant messaging compliance requirements as defined by the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure (FRCP). Read more