For many business’s their old PBX has served them well, hasn’t it? But times have changed and outdated communication systems — like onsite PBX — can kill productivity, teamwork and cost business’s more than they think. In all likelihood, it’s already paid for. So, companies have a certain incentive to stick with it.
If recent events have taught us anything, it’s that when it comes to organizations handling data, consumer distrust is at an all-time high. End users have become increasingly wary of where their information goes, how it’s being used and who can access it. In an attempt to tighten data regulations across Europe, the EU has … Continue reading Your GDPR action plan for mobile – from Wandera
The GDPR, which takes effect on May 25, 2018, is designed to unify data privacy requirements across the European Union (EU). If you market to or process information of EU data subjects – which include end users, customers and employee – you need to ensure your firm’s data protection policies and security technologies are effective.
If recent events have taught us anything, it’s that when it comes to organizations handling data, consumer distrust is at an all time high. End users have become increasingly wary of where their data goes, how it’s being used and who can access it. Although Facebook’s data privacy policies may be dominating the current headlines, data protection … Continue reading Think GDPR, think mobile: four factors putting your corporate devices at risk
The financial services industry has long been a target for hackers. So much so that in 2016, it was attacked 65% more than the average organisation across all industries. According to IBM 200 million financial services data records were breached, a 900% increase from the year before. What can we learn from this? The current … Continue reading Five ways financial services firms can secure their data
Ever since the introduction of smartphones to the workplace, the IT departments at asset management and investment firms have been trying different methods of integrating them with the wider IT strategy. What began as a consumer technology quickly became a tool that enabled businesses to be more agile and allowed employees to stay connected while … Continue reading The State of Mobile in Asset Management and Investment Firms
MiFID II came into full effect as of January the 3rd, and Article 16 (7) relates specifically to the recording of telephone conversations and electronic communications between a firm and a client. Did you know this includes all communications made on your mobile devices? Have you got a solution in place to help you record … Continue reading Did you know how MiFID II affects your mobile devices?
We all know cost is a critical decision in which mobile telecoms provider you choose to go with and there is always pressure each contract resign to reduce the spend and save money. But we know this is quite often counterproductive to what the organisation is trying to achieve, as the cheapest can often lead … Continue reading Should You Consider Switching Telecoms Providers?
In some European Countries, ISDN is already a thing of the past, and within the UK Ofcom have already set guidelines to follow suit, so now’s the time to ensure your companies resilience and look at upgrading your technology. This is a warranted cut-off, with ISDN technology being an obsolete and expensive service hailing from … Continue reading Are you prepared for the end of ISDN?
In June 2016 EU Roaming Regulations stipulated that there would be no higher charge than domestic charges when roaming across Europe in EU countries. This was a major step forward for regular travellers often hit by excessive mobile roaming costs.