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Category: Cloud Security

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Best Cloud Contact Center Software

Everything You Need to Know About Finding the Best Cloud Contact Center Software

Selecting contact center software is kind of like choosing a house to buy - you want to get it right because it's a big investment and you know you'll have to live with the decision for a while. Just like you don't want to move into your new house and be unpleasantly surprised, you don't want to implement your new software only to find it has some significant shortcomings. To land your dream home, you need to know exactly what features you want and keep looking until you find it. The same is true when searching for the best cloud contact center software for your organization.
3 of the biggest contact center challenges,  and how voice authentication solves them

3 of the biggest contact center challenges, and how voice authentication solves them

AI-based voice authentication is not just powerful identity and verification contact center software. It’s a giant leap forward in enhancing our privacy and data protection, with built-in safeguards for more secure business transactions in real-time. Voice authentication automatically verifies customers and fraud is reduced in a more streamlined and reliable way, eliminating typical time-consuming KBA interrogation for faster service and a better experience. Simply put, it’s a smarter, better way to ensure you let the good guys in and keep the bad guys out.
Burning Questions: PCI Compliance in the Contact Center

Burning Questions: PCI Compliance in the Contact Center

The news cycle is full of stories about data breaches and cybersecurity threats, including massive attacks on well known enterprises such as Marriott, Equifax and Yahoo. In most cases, it is personal information that is leaked, but those problems compound for both users and companies when payment information is exposed.
How and Why to Manage the Move to a Virtual Contact Center

How and Why to Manage the Move to a Virtual Contact Center

The adoption of cloud vs. on-premise software to manage the contact center is a door-opener for businesses. It grants them the keys they need to transition from on-site to fully virtual operations. And a virtual contact center, in which agents work remotely rather than in a brick-and-mortar facility, has many benefits for both the organization and its agents.