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With so many Canadian businesses transitioning into remote work for employees due to the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic in early 2020, virtual communication platforms have become the primary solution for organizations. These organizations, who are most likely already using Microsoft 365, are now choosing Microsoft Teams as their solution because of its convenience and all-in-one integration capabilities.
The number of Canadian businesses and organizations that are getting rid of their traditional desktop phones in favour of cloud-based and Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services is growing every day. Research shows that it is also more financially feasible for organizations to run all of their communications through one interface that makes data more accessible and faster to their employees and clients.
Many Canadian companies want to transition to the cloud for voice communications, yet worry about data access and privacy. Both public and private sector organizations must follow government laws affecting the storage and transmission of personal information, even when it comes to VoIP services.
Many legal changes are taking place that directly affect Ontario healthcare organizations. The Ontario government has recently introduced a new framework that changes the reporting requirements for those working in the healthcare field.
Cloud computing is growing rapidly as more and more companies are choosing to store their data on cloud servers. Canadian law makers must clamber to keep up with this trend and create legislation that effectively encompasses it.