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Actiance Enhances Voice Recording Features for Microsoft Lync 2013

GRC Announcements | November 26, 2014

Actiance, a provider of compliance, security, archiving and e-Discovery for all critical business communications, launched newly-released Vantage for Lync features to help enterprises efficiently manage governance challenges for Lync 2013 and previous versions of Lync (Lync will be renamed as Skype for Business in the first half of 2015).

The rapid adoption of Lync 2013 creates new governance challenges. First, as Lync voice adoption continues to grow, the need for enhanced call recording capabilities to meet regulatory requirements will also grow. Furthermore, since Lync provides everyone in the organization with access to anyone, the question becomes whether to allow certain individuals or groups to place one-way boundaries specifying who can talk to them. Lastly, the Lync 2013 paired pool architecture necessary for High Availability/Disaster Recovery (HA/DR) can lead to duplicative data...

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