The mobility “blind spot” is hampering companies from maximizing the impact and value of modern mobility for their operations.
A new European regulation goes into effect on May 25 that can have a major impact on how your enterprise mobility program operates.
Enterprises around the world are adopting mobile Unified Communications, empowering their employees to be more effective at getting work done anytime and anywhere.
Smart enterprises are being proactive about communications compliance as they implement mobile communications in their environments.
“Mobile first” has become a buzzword in many corners of the tech industry.
In web design, “mobile first” means that you design your web site and content with the mobile device in mind. So page formats, images and other features are designed to be easily viewed and interacted with by users on mobile phones, for example.
For many years now, regulators of the financial services industry have been tightening rules around reporting and record keeping pertaining to financial transactions.
If you are in financial services, complying with these rules can create a headache when it comes to mobile call recording.
“Free” can be a tempting offer.
Maybe it is a “free” mobile phone client that promises to extend your corporate Unified Communications to your users’ mobile phones.
The “office” is no longer just a bricks and mortar building maintained by employers. And the traditional workday is quickly becoming a relic.
A growing number of workers no longer expect or want those trappings.
Can you record your users’ mobile communications and ensure compliance with recording, archiving and logging rules and regulations?
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