We are thrilled to announce today that our new Technology At-A-Glance Guide is available. This guide is Part 2 of the special 4 Part Wireless UC E9-1-1 series, and walks you through the location tracking solutions that are commonly deployed to track wireless users on an organization’s network. The goal, whether your enterprise is a large multi-campus entity or a single building, is to choose the right-sized wireless tracking solution that meets your organization’s unique needs. Read More >
With more and more devices connecting over Wi-Fi, enterprises need to be able to rely on proven strategies
As wireless desk phones proliferate and the Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) revolution continues to pick up steam, enterprises are discovering that an E9-1-1 strategy for Unified Communications adoption must now include a strategy for devices connecting over Wi-Fi. This State-of-the-Industry post describes the challenges of wireless Unified Communications (UC) for E9-1-1 for voice planners and provides an introduction to future installments of our special Enterprise Wireless UC E9-1-1 Strategy Guide series that includes a webinar.
Network changes that compromise E9-1-1 often serve as a catalyst for action, spurring organizations to search for a new E9-1-1 solution. As organizations convert their legacy voice solution to VoIP or upgrade their Unified Communications system to a new version, they often discover that their old E9-1-1 solution does not make the transition seamlessly, putting them in conflict with their own E9-1-1 standards and/or the E9-1-1 requirements legislated by the state. Read More >
While every organization is unique and faces its own set of challenges, these five issues are prevalent in many of today’s VoIP and UC deployments:
911 Enable will be presenting an all-new webinar series on E9-1-1 solutions for VoIP and Unified Communications (UC) deployments. The format features a preliminary webinar that covers the fundamentals of E9-1-1 and IP telephony. Read More >