Waking up to a chaotic inbox and being unable to see critical correspondence across the wider business is a common source of frustration that is accepted as the norm. This means information remains in silos, employees don't have access to the information they need, and audit trails are incomplete, especially if required for a dispute or if you have a compliance requirement to manage emails.
Businesses often don't address their email management issues until they are hit with a court case or legal dispute that requires them to prove and who said what. Then, it's a scramble to reproduce all relevant correspondence that can be found which can take weeks, sometimes even months, if at all.
The problem with poor email management doesn’t stop there. Email is the single most significant attack vector that hackers use to gain access to businesses and individuals.
An effective solution is needed to ensure that this information is not only easily accessed and tracked for compliance purposes, but also protected from cyber threats to reduce business risk.
If your business sends and receives vast amounts of emails every day, and the contents within those emails are business-critical, it's time to use email management as a force for good in your organisation.
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