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(WEBINAR) CallCabinet: Microsoft Teams & Compliance Recording

Join us for an exciting webinar as we help you to alleviate Microsoft Teams compliance issues utilizing CallCabinet. With the staggering increase in “work-from-anywhere”, the need to rethink industry compliance has never been more relevant. To ensure business continuity, organizations have quickly adopted unified communications (UC) platforms that allow them to enhance productivity, streamline collaboration, and foster open and rapid communication. Microsoft Teams has emerged as the top UC platform adopted, primarily because of its superior communication tools...

Tips for Working Remotely…and Productively

For those of us lucky enough to be able to keep working during the lock-down, one of the hardest adjustments is adapting to a “work from home” environment. Without much experience in working remotely, it can be difficult to get started on the right track and to build the ideal space in order for us to work productively. The best thing about remote work is that your experience is mostly dependent on you. There’ll be no more co-workers dropping in...

CallCabinet Launches [email protected]: UCaaS Call Recording & AI-powered Speech Analytics From Home

CallCabinet, a leading global provider of affordable Cloud-native call recording and AI solutions today announced [email protected], a new, innovative offering providing advanced UCaaS call recording, quality management, and AI-powered speech analytics empowering global organizations to maintain productivity, compliance, and service levels in a work-from-home environment. [email protected] is custom-designed to provide Cisco Jabber, MS Teams, and Genesys Cloud users instant UCaaS recording and is easily installed across an entire organization via our enterprise installation script. [email protected] offers organizations the ability to...

PCI compliance for customer data, are you doing it right?

PCI DSS compliance has been a part of your business practices since 2004 (or whenever you opened your doors after then). That is unless your business doesn’t take customer credit cards. Any time your customer shares a primary access number (PAN) from a bank or credit card, you’re on the hook to follow a list of compliance laws. It’s your company’s responsibility to see that a PAN’s journey ends with you. Thing is, PANs like to reproduce themselves. How? Well, the customer...