Matt Huber

Co-founder of Wiretap.
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Microsoft Ignite 2017 Wrap Up

Posted by Matt Huber on 10/9/17 3:53 PM

The Microsoft Ignite 2017 conference this year was one of the best yet.

The venue, speakers, city, staff, and so much more were just the perfect mix to host this year. Special thanks to all of those who had a chance to stop by our booth and check out the plinko game. Many people won "cold hard cash" and a few won "Franklins" or "Jacksons" — as put by Alan and Kristian, our expert game hosts and contest announcers. We also gave away many "lucky pens" and other Wiretap swag. We also gave away 500 shirts — and if you wore it to the special drawing, you had a chance to win one of many Wiretap branded power-bricks or an awesome Phantom 4 Drone! 

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Topics: ESN, Enterprise Social Network, ESN Security, Office 365, Microsoft, Yammer, Ignite, Teams, Microsoft Ignite 2017

How Does Aware By Wiretap’s Yammer Retention Tool Help With Regulatory Compliance?

Posted by Matt Huber on 9/18/17 7:59 AM

Many risk-adverse companies find that keeping their Yammer content for too long is a risky practice when disaster strikes.  Disaster can come in many forms; a security breach, lawsuit, information ex-filtration and more.

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Topics: ESN, ESN Security, Yammer governance, Record Retention, Regulatory Compliance, Office 365, Microsoft, Yammer

Security and the Enterprise Social Network

Posted by Matt Huber on 1/3/17 3:00 PM

By now, most people have heard of or are using a Enterprise Social Networks (ESN). You are probably using one in the form of Instant Messengers, Chat clients, or bulletin boards in your company and haven’t put that label on it. When we talk about these terms, they almost sound generic and archaic. But if you are new to them, the best way to describe these is to boil them down to their core components. Remember AOL chat rooms? A/S/L anyone? How about Bulletin Board systems? Those require admins to skim content to prevent the community from going up-in-flames. What if we add those systems to the enterprise today and mix in your culture? You may find that you have a pretty risky, yet rewarding tool to use. We call that Unsafe Collaboration.

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Topics: ESN, Enterprise Social Network, ESN Security