Boca Raton, USA – March 16, 2016 – CallCabinet Atmos, which harnesses the power of the cloud to enable businesses to comply with the growing volume of data and consumer protection legislation, is a Internet Telephony magazine’s 2016 Product of the Year.
“It gives me great pleasure to recognize CallCabinet with a 2016 Product of the Year Award for its commitment to excellence and innovation,” said Rich Tehrani, CEO, TMC. “In the opinion of our distinguished judges, CallCabinet’s Atmos has proven to be among the best communications and technology solutions available on the market. I look forward to continued innovation from CallCabinet.”
Now in its 17th year, this award was established to recognize and honor companies that have demonstrated “innovation and excellence” in the development of VoIP and IP Communications products and services.
CallCabinet CEO Ryan Kahan said the award was a great honor for CallCabinet which added Atmos to its product suite just over a year ago. Atmos has been designed to enable businesses of all sizes to become fully compliant at a fraction of the cost of on premise call recorders.
“We are constantly updating and upgrading Atmos to include additional features and capabilities, thus ensuring it meets the demands of a constantly changing market. For example, we recently launched Atmos for Skype for Business, a new product to enable users of Microsoft Skype for Business to record, securely upload those calls to the cloud and manage the database of recorded calls from any device connected to the web,” he explained
Another recent innovation was Atmos 2.0 for Asterisk for users of Digium’s Asterisk open source communications framework. This product has already been recognised as ground-breaking by TMC and earned TMC’s Best of Show Award in Fort Lauderdale early this year.
With the release of Atmos for Mobile last year, CallCabinet also became the first voice recording development company to enable compliant recording of mobile telephone calls.
All CallCabinet Atmos variants support logging across multiple switches or branch offices with the ability to search, sort and locate calls within seconds. Customer call data is stored in the cloud across multiple servers and geographic locations.
Every recorded call is 100% compliant and is individually secured and encrypted at source with a rotating encryption methodology that is unique and specific to each call.