By: Brad Brooks; TigerText Co-Founder and Chief Executive Officer
With more than 60 percent of enterprises allowing employee use of personal devices to access enterprise data, organizations must pay acute attention to the channels their employees use to communicate. To manage compliance risks and safeguard their network security, several organizations are turning to secure texting as it not only fosters a collaborative environment, but it also enables users to quickly communicate and coordinate with staff, colleagues, and other departments while eradicating the need for multiple devices and tedious communication channels. Unlike emails, secure texting is instantaneous and not susceptible to outside threats or hackers. It only makes sense more and more organizations are relying on this form of communication outside and inside the office. Here are ten ways secure texting is used in the workplace.