NEW YORK -- Mimosa SystemsT, a leader in live content archiving solutions, today announced the Mimosa NearPointT Content Monitoring Option, providing unmatched email content monitoring and risk management to meet the demands of more vigilant corporate governance policies and more stringent regulatory compliance. Many companies are regularly subjected to litigation and discovery based on preventable actions by employees. The new amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure specifically designate corporate email as a discoverable record and subject to discovery. An effective strategy to lessen this legal risk is to be aware and manage these activities before they become an outside legal matter requiring expensive litigation. The Mimosa live content monitoring solution facilitates this strategy.
Using the Content Monitoring Option, enterprises now have the ability to quickly and efficiently monitor, automatically generate alerts and review high volumes of electronic communications to meet corporate governance and regulatory obligations.
Enterprise email systems are an indispensable part of today's business environment, but when misused, can become a major liability for companies. Inappropriate email messages and attachments are putting businesses at higher risk for litigation; whether outbound messages might contain sensitive customer information, or inbound messages that might contain content not appropriate for today's professional work environment. To address this challenge, corporations demand a comprehensive yet easy-to-use solution which begins with the primary communications platform - email.
"Questionable content in employee email communications has been and always will be a major risk for companies of all sizes," said Patrick Cooper, IT Network Administrator at the law firm of Ryley, Carlock & Applewhite. "The Mimosa NearPoint solution enables corporate legal and HR departments to proactively monitor their corporate email communications to ensure adherence to their email user and retention policies to mitigate litigation risk."