Compliance
On Jan 22, 2020 Bloomberg announced that the use of Telegram for conducting a business deal was why the court was ruling in favor of Hyundai Motor Securities Co, costing Yuanta Securities Korea Co. ~USD $12.6 million. The Seoul Central District Court has ruled that conversations held via Telegram are not binding contracts.
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Compliance
First – phone, fax, and physical mail. Later came email, which dominated much of the communications landscape. As we enter 2020, the communications landscape is evolving rapidly. Communications platforms like WhatsApp and others have started to play a huge role. There are plenty of reasons why businesses should look to embrace messengers in 2020.
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Compliance
A company instant messaging policy is vital for all business. What approach is really going to work best, and what other issues should policies cover? Furthermore, FMOP could certainly be one of the best ways you implement this policy in the company.
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Compliance
Enterprise messaging is about more than just ensuring a consistent tone and message to your customers. It means giving your employees the right tools to respond quickly to customer requests. From compliance issues and loss of configuration control to reduced security and loss of business, there are many reasons why businesses need to implement a company wide separate enterprise messaging app.
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Compliance
Company instant messaging has taken over business communications at a formidable speed. This has left many companies scrambling to create a robust instant messaging policy. While you absolutely must have one, it doesn’t need to be as complicated as you may think.
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Compliance
Messaging apps are a preferred method of communication for clients to contact stockbrokers. However, being hit with a $5 million fine for not being able to keep client communications when using instant messaging is a hefty price to pay.
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