The Redsky E911 Blog: August 2019 Posts
In the wake of the newest FCC Report and Order, adopted on August 1st, many companies are going to be in need of investing in an E911 solution. The Report and Order provides rules detailing Kari’s Law and the Ray Baum Act. While the dust is still settling around what exactly this means for businesses nationwide, the requirement of “dispatchable location” has emerged as an important concept.
Updated and Newly Compatible E911 for the Enterprise
Last week, we released our newest feature release of E911 Anywhere® and E911 Manager®. This 6.11 release provides support for two new Call Servers, adds additional privacy controls around sharing MyE911 BSSID locations, and addresses a variety of defects reported by our customers. We’ve improved functionality of these solutions in order to better integrate with your existing communication server, and to better protect your workforce whether inside the enterprise, or at a remote location.
As of July 30, 2019, E911 Manager® has successfully passed and received Cisco’s certification for compatibility with the latest CUCM version 12.5. After undergoing testing at a Cisco approved, third party facility, they found E911 Manager® to be fully compatible with Cisco’s technology.
Countdown to Federal E9-1-1 Legislation…
Are you prepared for when the new federal E9-1-1 legislation goes into effect this September? We will be discussing a different state every Thursday, so you can get the most up-to-date E9-1-1 information about your state’s requirements, what this means for you, and what you can do to become compliant. This week we are highlighting the state with an Unbridled Spirit, Kentucky.