ITSPA welcomed the announcement of the Government’s Future Telecoms Infrastructure Review (FTIR) but highlighted some concerns around the current plans to switch off the PSTN, which forms part of its strategy.
The Awards, which celebrate innovation and best practice across the next generation communications industry and underwent a refresh for the tenth edition, were held at the Barbican Botanical Gardens in central London. The awards were presented across twelve categories, including four new categories (Best Multi-national Solution, Best VoIP Software, Best VoIP Vertical Solution and Best VoIP Wholesaler).
ITSPA today launched a legal note from FieldFisher, available exclusively for ITSPA members. The note is now available in the members’ area of the ITSPA website, under Regulatory Documents.
ITSPA is delighted to announce the finalists for this year’s ITSPA Awards, sponsored by Magrathea! Now in the tenth year for the ITSPA Awards, they celebrate the great and the good of the VoIP and Unified Communications industry.
ITSPA has cautiously welcomed some of the measures proposed by Ofcom in their Annual Plan for 2018/19, which are aimed at improving switching problems between fixed-line telephony providers.
ITSPA is delighted to launch our GDPR guidance document. The guidance, produced with Osborne Clarke LLP - the leading international leading practice and associate members of ITSPA – is available exclusively to ITSPA members.
ITSPA has today launched its tenth annual awards ceremony, sponsored by Magrathea. To mark the tenth ITSPA Awards, a complete refresh of the categories has taken place, representing the evolution of the industry and the new, innovative services provided.
The ITSPA Operations Working Group have developed a briefing paper around the issue of encryption following discussion amongst members in recent months. The document aims to provide members with a balanced view of the pros and cons of encryption and an understanding of the approach and challenges involved with providing encrypted services over real time protocols.
ITSPA welcomed Ofcom’s confirmation today that they will implement the voluntary industry proposals – put together by BT, Sky, TalkTalk, Virgin Media and Zen Internet - for automatic compensation for broadband and landline customers who lose their service or experience delays in installation or missed appointments.
ITSPA’s Business Switching Task Force – our new dedicated group which is focusing our lobbying efforts on number portability – has produced a survey on number portability and its impact on the industry and our customers. Please fill out the survey.