GWAVA and Tango Networks Announce a Joint Offering to Provide Policy Based Mobile Phone Call Recording

25 February 2016

GWAVA, the leading provider of compliance, security, archiving and eDiscovery for electronic communication, today announced a joint offering with Tango Networks, the global leader in enterprise mobility services. GWAVA will add Tango Networks mobile call recording capabilities to its Retain Unified Archiving solution, to deliver mobile call recording and archiving for iOS, Android, and Blackberry devices, in addition to its email, social media, and mobile archiving functionality.

The ability to capture and record mobile device recordings of business-related calls has become an ever-growing need. By archiving these mobile call recordings, organizations can enforce corporate policies of employee devices used for business communication purposes. This solution also ensures compliance with regulations such as Dodd-Frank, Gramm-Leach-Bliley, SEC, FINRA, FRCP, Sarbanes-Oxley, HIPAA, MiFID II, and FSC.

Retain and Tango Networks now provide this capability, while allowing users to keep their personal mobile identities separate from their business mobile identities on one device. This functionality, along with the ability to easily access and search the archived data, helps ensure regulatory compliance and helps solve the fundamental need to manage and archive business mobile call recordings.

“Being able to record mobile business calls is essential for regulated industries and customer service organizations. By recording and archiving mobile voice data, organizations can ensure complete protection and compliance,” said Ian Maclean, COO of Tango Networks, “...the partnership with GWAVA and Tango Networks makes this possible.”

“GWAVA helps organizations meet their archiving regulatory requirements and improves their litigation readiness,” said Ken Muir, CEO, GWAVA. “With the addition of Tango Networks, GWAVA will now provide mobile call recording and archiving, which is essential for oversight of employee business calls.”

For more information, visit Tango Networks in booth #2308 at Enterprise Connect, March 7-9 in Orlando, Florida and at the launch webinar on March 24 at 1:00 pm Eastern. Register at


For more than a decade GWAVA remains unsurpassed at protecting electronic messaging infrastructures and providing those systems with superior unified archiving. The Retain Unified Archiving solution by GWAVA enables organizations to seamlessly archive all electronic business communication data, including email (Exchange, Office 365, Gmail and GroupWise), social media, instant messaging, and mobile communication – in one central location. GWAVA is headquartered in Montreal, Quebec with offices throughout the US, Germany, and the United Kingdom. GWAVA maintains a network of global strategic partners with BlackBerry, Microsoft, Novell and Verizon. GWAVA’s key industry verticals include, Government, Education, Financial Services, Legal, and Healthcare. Information on GWAVA can be found at

About Tango Networks

Tango Networks Mobility Services seamlessly integrates business phone services with mobile devices, increasing employee productivity and flexibility. Its Mobility Services project distinct business and personal identities on any mobile phone, through any UC/PBX platform, giving employees the ability to use a single mobile device for all their business calling needs without sacrificing enterprise capabilities and features. Tango's Mobile Call Recording service is also the only enforceable solution that doesn't require a client or an app. Learn more at

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