Smart enterprises are being proactive about communications compliance as they implement mobile communications in their environments.
For a number of years now, text messaging has been the most popular form of communications for Americans under the age of 50.
If your company wants to conduct business with consumers in this important age group, are you able to communicate with them in their preferred way?
Tango Networks will unveil the new generation of mobile call recording and financial services communications compliance solutions at Mobile World Congress 2018.
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.
It’s the dream: an empowered and effective mobile workforce.
But the reality is that ensuring policy compliance and security for enterprise mobility can be a challenge.
It's become a classic IT trade-off.
We want to give users the most flexible and effective tools for their jobs. But we also need to ensure security and compliance with privacy, call recording, and information handling requirements.
The rise of the mobile, digitized enterprise has brought about a host of benefits paired with a host of challenges.
When digitizing assets like operational data, financial data, patient records and others, you are increasing employee access to information and enhancing their ability to get things done. But you also are changing the security profile of this information, and creating potential...
Got mobile? If you are like most businesses looking for an edge (becoming more productive, increasing customer engagement) you are evaluating migrating to a ‘mobile first’ strategy so that your employees can access the business applications they need for daily job functions as well as communicate with customers and colleagues whenever, wherever. It’s easy to just focus on ‘making it work’ as...
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