Justin Kreamer

Justin is an Enterprise Executive at Hanzo who spends his days working with Fortune 500 companies to transform proactive Compliance and eDiscovery. Justin is an avid reader and huge sports fan (Go Dolphins!).  When he isn't geeking out on efficiency gains, Justin enjoys playing softball and basketball and watching sports in his free time.

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We’ve written about Elon Musk and his tweets before—but even after his sometimes rash online statements have caused problems for himself and his company, Tesla, he nonetheless keeps on tweeting on. And while that behavior might be problematic for his businesses, for the rest of us, it makes for a great example of what companies can learn from analyzing social media posts. Musk Continues to Be Active on Twitter The Wall Street Journal recently put…
You know what’s helpful when you’re trying to keep a multimillion-dollar international bribery scheme going? A bachelor’s degree in finance. And, if the allegations against Omar Ambuila and his family are true, he figured out how to get his daughter, Jenny, that degree—using funds from his bribery scheme. You know what’s not so helpful? A penchant for oversharing everything you’ve bought—hundreds of thousands of dollars in designer clothes, jewelry, and bags, not to mention fancy…
Archiving your organization’s website is like doing a home improvement project; both are prone to the DIY effect and sometimes the results are disastrous.  We’ve seen it happen countless times: a financial services company knows it needs to archive its website, but it also knows that it has an IT department. Why not just have IT archive the website in-house? How hard could it really be? The answer—just like with projects around the house—is usually “harder…
Is your organization using Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) to create user-level individualized website experiences? If so, kudos to you and your marketing team. We’ve been blown away by the degree of granularity and specificity that websites created with AEM can bestow on users. By all accounts, it’s setting the standard for the future of digital experiences, and those embracing it today have a head start on other organizations who will certainly take this personalization approach…
The Financial Industry Regulatory Authority’s (FINRA) constantly updated record of disciplinary actions contains a mixed bag of run-of-the-mill infractions, unethical behavior, and large-scale corporate misconduct and regulatory failures. While the rules and regulations at the heart of these disciplinary actions are updated to keep pace with our changing economic and cultural landscape, there are certain themes and motives that are unchanging, even after 12 years of FINRA regulation.  Since FINRA was created in 2007, a…
Today’s business happens on the web. Social media platforms, collaborative online technology, and interactive sites are the hub of our digital economy, and just like all of your other business records, you need to retain archives of your web and online communications to maintain regulatory compliance. But there’s a right way to do that, and a decidedly wrong way, and the wrong way happens to be old, outdated, and often accompanied by SEC and…