It’s been a few years since we last wrote about two federal statutes that bolster emergency 9-1-1 calling: Kari’s Law and Section 506 of RAY BAUM’S Act. They went into effect for all 50 states in early 2018 and early 2021, respectively, and soon thereafter covered millions of remote workers as well.
As the EdTech sector continues to expand Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) is ramping up alongside it. That’s no surprise considering cloud-based tech is also on the rise. Mindsight discusses the future of UCaaS in EDU.
Not so long ago, when contagion ran rampant, fully remote work was touted as the new normal. What is the state of “work” in 2023?
What’s the state of Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) in 2023? In a nutshell, it’s more robust than ever. Mindsight expert John Irey breaks down the state of UCaaS in 2023.
With more people than ever working remotely at least part of the time, many companies have made or are in the process of making significant upgrades to their communication and collaboration technology. Mindsight’s Principal Consultant John Irey shared some thoughts on what’s currently happening and what needs to happen in the UCaaS space.
For some, there is simply no going back to the office full-time. Is your org equipped to handle the new push towards hybrid work environments?
Remote and hybrid work are becoming the norm at countless companies. There’s just one problem: not enough workers have the tech tools they need to succeed outside the office. Mindsight’s John Irey shares his insights on what is necessary for a successful shift to hybrid or full remote.
The cloud for SMBs brings several advantages, from earnest efficiencies to anytime accessibility. Here are 9 benefits of the cloud.
As we enter a new age where remote work is more often the rule than the exception, effective software-based collaboration tools are everything—and companies know it.
It’s been over two years since companies in the U.S. and around the world sent employees home, initially thinking they’d bring them back in a few weeks. That didn’t happen, of course, because the Covid-19 pandemic was just getting started. What happened instead was a remote work revolution—one that’s still going strong.