Webinar: How to Ensure Business Continuity for your Remote Workforce with Email Archiving

With the COVID-19 pandemic far from over, businesses are having to continue to support remote working. While many employees are starting to return to work, employers are realizing that remote working is here to stay, at least for some employees for the foreseeable future.

Many companies have fully embraced remote working and have accepted home working as the new normal. Employees are able to stay in touch using email, instant messaging services, and teleconferencing platforms and are managing to remain productive.

Remote working certainly works well for some businesses, but there are concerns about ensuring continued compliance with a remote workforce and how to ensure business and email continuity. Security is also a concern with employees beyond the protection of the corporate firewall.

TitanHQ is hosting a webinar on September 22, 2020 and will be discussing some of the key issues faced by businesses supporting remote workers.

A panel of experts will discuss the threat landscape in the current pandemic situation and explain how to ensure your email archiving and security are fit for purpose to ensure data, business and email continuity.

Topics discussed will include:

  • The Current 2020 Technology Landscape
  • Security & Compliance in a time of Global Remote Working
  • Increase in Companies Relying Solely on Office 365
  • Protecting Business Critical Data
  • The Importance of Continuity in the Era of Remote Working

…and more, including a live demo of the ArcTitan cloud-based email archiving solution.

Webinar Information

Title:       How to Ensure Business Continuity with Email Archiving for your Remote Workforce

Date:     Tuesday, September 22, 2020

Time:    London/Dublin: 5:00 pm (GMT +1)  ¦  USA:      12:00 pm ET; 09:00 am PT

Hosts:     James Clayton, ArcTitan Product Specialist  ¦  Derek Higgins, Engineering Manager, TitanHQ


Click Here to Register for the Webinar

Author: Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is the Editor-in-Chief of NetSec.news