911 and the Hybrid Workforce

Do You Know Where Your People Are Right Now?

The second and final phase of Ray Baum’s Act came into effect on January 6th, 2022, and many enterprises are still struggling to comply.

Whether your employees are working in the office, at home, or from their local coffee shops, providing emergency responders with an accurate dispatchable location is a federal requirement. Paired with both on-premise and cloud-based comms, enterprises need specialized emergency solutions to face the challenges around location provisioning and detection.

To help you pinpoint the exact location of your workers at the time of the emergency call, Bandwidth has partnered with the best self-provisioning and location detection software providers out there.

Available:
On Demand
Duration:
1h 00min

Join our upcoming webinar on May 11 at 2:00 PM ET to hear Thomas Ginter, Bandwidth’s E911 Solutions Engineer, and Irwin Lazar, Metrigy’s President and Principal Analyst, talk about: 

  • What RAY BAUM’s Act and Kari’s Law mean for your business
  • How to empower address self-provisioning for your remote employees
  • The three stages of achieving emergency regulation compliance
  • What’s missing from your 911 tech stack

 

Featured Speakers

  • Irwin Lazar
    Irwin Lazar
    President and Principal Analyst
    Metrigy

    As president and principal analyst at Metrigy, Irwin Lazar develops and manages research projects, conducts and analyzes primary research, and advises enterprise and vendor clients on technology strategy, adoption and business metrics, Mr. Lazar is responsible for benchmarking the adoption and use of emerging technologies in the digital workplace, covering enterprise communications and collaboration as an industry analyst for over 20 years. A Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) and sought-after speaker and author, Mr. Lazar is a blogger for NoJitter.com and contributor for SearchUnifiedCommunications.com writing on topics including team collaboration, UC, cloud, adoption, SD-WAN, CPaaS, WebRTC, and more. He is a frequent resource for the business and trade press and is a regular speaker at events such as Enterprise Connect, InfoComm, and FutureIT. In 2017 he was recognized as an Emerging Technologies Fellow by the IMCCA and InfoComm. Mr. Lazar’s earlier background was in IP network and security architecture, design, and operations where he advised global organizations and held direct operational responsibility for worldwide voice and data networks. Mr. Lazar holds an MBA from George Mason University and a Bachelor of Business Administration in Management Information Systems from Radford University where he received a commission as a Second Lieutenant in the U.S. Army Reserve, Ordnance Corps. He is a Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP). Outside of Metrigy, Mr. Lazar has been active in Scouting for over ten years as a Scouting leader with Troop 1882 in Haymarket VA.

  • Robin Erkkila
    Robin Erkkila
    911 Sales Engineer
    Bandwidth

    Robin has worked in the public safety technology industry for over 17 years. He has held senior level positions and has extensive experience deploying solutions in several segments of the 911 industry, from originating service provider networks (wireless and VoIP) to PSAPs, and NG911 ESInet solutions in between. Many of the enterprise regional systems, state-wide NG911 networks, and several rural PSAPs have benefitted from Robin’s expertise. As the Bandwidth 911 SE, Robin supports 911 business development and strategies.

  • Eric Krapf
    Eric Krapf
    GM & Program Co-Chair, Enterprise Connect
    Publisher, No Jitter

    Eric Krapf is General Manager and Program Co-Chair for Enterprise Connect, the leading conference/exhibition and online events brand in the enterprise communications industry. He has been Enterprise Connect’s Program Co-Chair for over a decade. He is also publisher of No Jitter, the Enterprise Connect community’s daily news and analysis website. Eric served as editor of No Jitter from its founding in 2007 until taking over as publisher in 2015. From 1996 to 2004, Eric was managing editor of Business Communications Review (BCR) magazine, and from 2004 to 2007, he was the magazine's editor. Before coming to BCR, he was managing editor and senior editor of America's Network magazine, covering the public telecommunications industry. Prior to working in high-tech journalism, he was a reporter and editor at newspapers in Connecticut and Texas.

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