by James Leavesley | Nov 23, 2017 | Blog
Today, many organisations are still unaware of the common risk and compliance issues related to social media. With the benefits of engaging audiences through social channels too great, and the practice of prohibiting social media use no longer feasible, organisations need to take social media risk and compliance issues seriously.
by Dan Aston | Nov 2, 2017 | Blog
Social media provides large organisations the opportunity to communicate directly and instantly with a vast audience, including customers, shareholders, the public, press and suppliers. This ability to engage in real-time conversations with a global audience opens a range of new opportunities to embrace.
But what happens if something goes wrong?
by James Leavesley | May 4, 2017 | Blog
Many well-known companies are coming under scrutiny for their social media blunders including United Airlines, McDonalds and Yahoo to name a few recent examples. Here’s our list of the eight most common social media risks which could affect your organisation, and how you can help avoid them.
by Dan Aston | Mar 30, 2017 | Blog
In a recent webinar with legal expert Steve Kuncewicz, Principal Lawyer at Slater & Gordon LLP, we explored the current social media law and legal regulations. A fact-filled presentation, this is the first of two blog posts providing a summary of the key legal considerations your organisation needs to consider when using social media.
by James Leavesley | May 25, 2016 | Blog
In the Forrester independent review of ‘Social Media Risk and Compliance’ report 2014, they stated that “All organisations need to manage social media risk” but very few do. So where are we today?