Call Recording Featured Article

Tango Networks Unveils Mobile Call Recording Application

October 03, 2012

By Raju Shanbhag, Call Recording World Contributor

Tango Networks has unveiled its Mobile Call Recording application, allowing companies to record announced store calls made by employees using any mobile device. The new application routes the calls made and the messages sent by the employees to the enterprise call recording system offered by Tango.

According to Tango, this new application allows companies to use the salient features of mobile unified communications (UC). This solution works with all the mobile phones, eliminating any compatibility issues with the employee’s mobile phones.

Also, users do not need to install any third-party client software. This means the employee cannot tamper with this application and the policies enforced using this application.

When companies allow their employees to work from remote locations using a host of mobile devices, they need to comply with certain laws and their own policies to protect the integrity of their business. Tango Network’s Mobile Call Recording application makes these tasks easier and effective.

The solution is part of the company’s suite of mobile UC applications, the company stated.

“Mobile Call Recording provides enterprises, particularly those in the financial and legal industries, with the monitoring and compliance capabilities for an employee’s mobile device,” stated Brenda Boehm, president and chief executive officer of Tango Networks. “The growing demand for compliance-related mobile call recording is an important topic in the industry. We see natural synergies of mobile call recording with the need for Mobile Unified Communications, which our customers are using to give employees the flexibility to remain connected even while away from their desks.”

Recently, the company announced it will join Cisco’s Technology Developer Program. This move came as part of the program's IP Communications solution category. According to the company, bringing Cisco together with third-party developers of hardware and software, the Cisco Technology Developer Program provides examined interoperable solutions to users. 

Want to learn more about the latest in communications and technology? Then be sure to attend ITEXPO Austin 2012, happening now in Austin, TX. Stay in touch with everything happening at ITEXPO. Follow us on Twitter.




Edited by Braden Becker

blog comments powered by Disqus