John Miller, one of our in-house Teams e911 experts, provides a summary of how organizations should handle these important FCC regulations. One of them is new, and due on 1/6/22.
At 00:30, you can see the laws and what it is about 1/6/22 that makes things different.
At 02:15, you can see what the users will see once the Work From Home feature has been enabled in the Teams Tenant.
At 05:00, you can see what the largest time/effort to the *current* laws entail (mapping the dispatchable location in company/org-owned offices)
At 7:50, you will learn about an often overlooked aspect of Kari's Law, notifying another person in the organization when someone dials 911
At 9:45, you'll hear what the initial release covers and some practical solutions
At 11:00, you'll see a checklist of the things to do in order to comply.
For a detailed written blog on this topic, see https://blog.enablingtechcorp.com/work-from-home-with-teams-comply-with-ray-baum
Other blogs diving deeper into detail include:
We hope this information was valuable to you. If you need a deeper dive, here’s John’s Dynamic 911 whitepaper in full for your viewing to answer any other questions of concerns you may have.