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Comply with Kari's Law: E911 Made Easy

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?  

E911 Provides Mobility and Protection for this Large Medical Center

This healthcare organization is one of the world's largest and most respected medical centers devoted exclusively to cancer patient care, research, education and prevention. 

Avaya Engage 2020

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..

So You Want to Collaborate?

Sounds Easy. You pick up your phone or send an email. Well, it's not so simple anymore.

FCC Made Easy

On August 1, 2019, the FCC adopted an official Report and Order, which affects all enterprises nationwide.  The FCC was adamant that no exceptions be made for small businesses, non-profits, government agencies, or health facilities.  

2020: E911 for the Mobile Enterprise

2020 is going to be the year where mobility is privileged above all else.  

An E911 Solution for Large Vacation Company

This vacation company faced a major problem due to only one civic address being associated with their Hawaii location. When a 9-1-1 call was placed from their resort, it was difficult to determine where exactly the call had originated from. 

Easy E911 Solution for Northeast Wisconsin Technical College

Severed Service Exposes Gap in Emergency Preparedness

New Year, New 911 Regulations

New year. New budget. New communication system? If you are planning any changes to your communications system this upcoming year, chances are the vast majority of your migration will occur after Feb 16, 2020.  

Kicking Off 2020 with E911 Made Easy

Starting a new year can be daunting. All those projects waiting to be started. How to fit them all in, how to budget appropriately?

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