We all know that the existing public records archiving laws are too vague. As a matter of fact, this has prompted a few state governments to implement new rules. These new rules will manage the latest communication platforms that we are using today. The Texas 944 text message law is an example of this. This law was made to ensure that request processes for public records will be as efficient as ever.
With these new recordkeeping laws comes a new data retention process, but public offices may run into a few difficulties. These problems stem from the many issues surrounding public records archiving. Let’s take a look below at some of them.
- It is not crucial to record SMS message
- Government can rely on carrier networks when it comes to retaining mobile communications
- There is a definite period of retention for mobile messages
- Banning text messaging at work is key to compliance
These are the common misinformation about public records archiving. To learn more about this topic, here is an infographic brought to us by Telemessage. Telemessage offers the Mobile Archiver, a system that can help your company be more efficient when you monitor text messages and record voice calls.