The Redsky E911 Blog
In the wake of recent legislation changes, we’re sure you are researching how your company can comply with new federal E911 regulations. Weighing the differences between providers can be overwhelming, especially if the offerings appear to be similar.
Kari’s Law went into effect this past Sunday. Do you know what your company has to do in order to be compliant with this new legislation?
Problem: Acquisitions Require E911 Solution for Highly Mobile Employees
The compliance deadline for Kari’s Law is rapidly approaching. February 16, 2020 is the line the FCC has drawn in the sand. But, what does this mean for your company, your customers, and the enterprise space in general?
Problem: Overwhelming Lack of Precise Location Data
We’ve been speaking a lot about the move towards collaborative communications this year, and it is clear Avaya’s newest offering is no exception. We are at Avaya Engage this week, and we’re hearing lots of discussion around the benefits of migrating to the cloud and how communication systems can encourage a highly collabo
Sounds Easy. You pick up your phone or send an email. Well, it’s not so simple anymore.
Unified and collaborative communications mean multiple methods of communications, using collaborative platforms like Webex Calling and Microsoft Teams. Many organizations are transitioning to one of these platforms, but may have multiple platforms in place.
On August 1, 2019, the FCC adopted an official Report and Order, which affects all enterprises nat
2020 is going to be the year where mobility is privileged above all else. The space of the traditional enterprise is shifting, and flexible work practices are expanding the boundaries of what we once thought of as “the office”. The shift toward the office being virtually anywhere calls for more collaborative communicatio