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Regulations In The Metaverse: What Rules Will Apply?

The metaverse has fast moved from the realms of science fiction to a potential driver of trillions in revenue. But, what does an ongoing lack of regulation of this abstract medium mean for regulated organizations and their compliance obligations?

Reflections from FINRA: Compliance Transforms for a Digital-First Future

Global Relay Executive VP of Compliance Chip Jones on digital permanence, remote compliance, and the new realities of electronic record keeping.

Securing Your Hybrid Workplace

How to manage a culture of compliance alongside the needs of a changed hybrid workforce.

Litigation Readiness: eDiscovery in a Hybrid Workplace

What it takes to have a proactive discovery program in the world of hybrid work.

Raise Your Archiving IQ: 5 Advantages of Cloud Archiving

Whether to migrate from on-premise to a cloud archive is one of the biggest decisions firms are now having to make. Here are 5 advantages of archiving data in the cloud in a digital-first world.

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Unlocking The Door To Data Security

As organizations move to the cloud, they can have more control of their data security with approaches such as Bring Your Own Encryption (BYOE). In this article, we explain what BYOE is and weigh up the pros and cons.

U.K. Financial Regulation Outlook for 2022

Since the United Kingdom officially left the European Union, it has been reshaping its regulatory future in order to make London more globally competitive.

M&A Deals: Managing Culture & Compliance When Archives Collide

In today’s M&A deals, culture is increasingly being merged in a virtual world leading to 65% of acquirers reporting cultural issues.

Leader in 2022 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Information Archiving

Global Relay named a Leader for the ninth consecutive time.

The Business Risk of Encrypted Chat Apps

Organizations have adapted to remote work with Bring Your Own Device policies for business communication.

The SEC Turns Its Sights On Crypto

Are existing structures in the crypto space sufficient to layer in some protections, or is the market too unique for these regulations?