The Mitel Blog

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Topic: Security & Compliance

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Security & Compliance, Remote Working | November 05, 2019

Establishing an emergency communications plan ensures your employees can respond effectively in a crisis. Follow these steps to get started.

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Security & Compliance | July 18, 2019

Disruptive events unfold quickly and demand a timely response. A robust mass notification solution is essential for this highly mobile workforce.

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Security & Compliance | January 10, 2019

As artificial intelligence and unified communications blend, organizations gain an extremely powerful set of tools. But security is still a main priority.

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Security & Compliance | September 24, 2018

September is National Preparedness Month by Ready, a National public service campaign., so it is an opportune time to bring to attention the need for preparedness in our schools and those impacted by emergency-related events.

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With data growing faster than ever before, your business communications network performance is crucial, and gathering and leveraging data to inform important decisions can make all the difference. Here are our top 3 best practices for data-driven decision-making with performance analytics.

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Security & Compliance | March 12, 2018

Governments and schools must meet state and federal safety rules like the new Kari’s Law on 911. Learn why on-site and mass notification are essential features.

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Security & Compliance | January 10, 2017

The rules are changing about outbound dialing in the UK. Starting in March 2017, Ofcom (UK communications regulator) will start imposing penalties for silent and abandoned calls.

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Security & Compliance | February 09, 2016

Year after year, a perceived lack of security is the #1 concern that keeps CIOs from fully investing in the “common” (i.e., public) cloud.

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Security & Compliance | September 04, 2015

What keeps IT managers up at night? Security issues—and for good reason. Toll fraud, which is defined as any unauthorized use of a businesses telephone system and carrier services, cost victims $4.73 billion globally last year. So what can be done to prevent toll fraud? Three experts shared some tips and best practices.

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Security & Compliance | July 15, 2015

When not closely managed, cables can get out of control fast. Without rigid discipline, what may have started as an IT pro's haven of organization can quickly turn into a multicolored jungle—cables and racks begin to resemble vines taking over an ancient city. It's hard to keep it all organized, especially moving at the speed of IT. But rest assured, if your cable closet or server room has gotten a bit messy, you're not the only one. These ten examples prove that you're not alone.

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