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Brexit Could be Yuuuge for China

A freer people are a happier people In the past eight years world history has changed in an unprecedented way. Just this...

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Bitcoin, Blockchain and FinTech to the Brexit Rescue

The One Industry Unaffected by Brexit is RansomwareIt’s undeniable that there is a chance that after seeing Britain leave the EU that...

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The Struggle of the Channel Managers

One big struggle of the channel managers is to get agents to sell deeper into accounts. The providers would like more...

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API of the Week: GoGo, IBM and Weather Company Reduce Flight Turbulence

We are literally in what seems to be a golden age of API integration. No, APIs aren’t new but something magical seems...

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WebRTC and Cloud-based PBX - Can.do

A few weeks ago I attended and spoke at ByNet Expo in Israel. I spoke in the telecom track about the “Agile...

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Aricent: How to be Digitally Durable

"APIs are now a business model!""A company that has more APIs has more value."If every industry is being digitally disrupted (it is)...

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SIPNOC Agenda Announced to Drive SIP Awareness

April 7, 2011

The SIP Forum has announced the official agenda for SIPNOC 11, which will be held at the Hyatt Dulles Hotel in Herndon, VA, April 25-27, and will be keynoted by FCC Chief Technologist Dr. Douglas C. Sicker.

Customer Satisfaction is all About Access to the Right Information

April 6, 2011

Customer satisfaction is a pretty simple game - and it really is a game, if you consider the company in any particular industry that scores higher in customer sat wins the market.

Can Skype Bring Back the Phone Booth?

March 31, 2011

Thanks to the popularity of Skype, we may be witnessing the rebirth of the phone booth, thanks to an initiative driven by Enterprise Estonia. As part of its mission to drive innovation and entrepreneurial spirit in the Baltic nation, Enterprise Estonia commissioned a standalone Skype station, which has been installed at Tallinn's airport.

What Service Providers Need to Know About SIP Trunking

February 2, 2011

Ingate kicked off its SIP Trunk-Unified Communications Summit, again collocated with ITEXPO, with a new feature - a service provider focused day.

ITEXPO Conference Sessions Kick Off

February 2, 2011

Addressing the needs of the millennial generation... ITEXPO East 2010 addresses the latest technologies and their impact on your business.

Interactive Intelligence's Enterprise Cloud Comms Panel at ITEXPO

February 1, 2011

Rich Tehrani leads the panel discussion on Cloud Communications in the enterprise at a pre-ITEXPO event sponsored by Interactive Intelligence.

Broadvox and Ingate: SIP is Here to Stay

February 1, 2011

To find out more, including how to overcome these obstacles, and also how to effectively deploy SIP Trunks, visit Broadvox (booth 606) on the ITEXPO show floor this week, and stop by Ingate's SIP Trunk-Unified Communications Summit, going on all week at the Miami Beach Convention Center.

Time to Trade in Plastic Campaign Signage for Social Media

November 2, 2010

The point - independent of any political views, as these unsightly displays of fiscal and environmental indifference are hardly limited to any single party - is that in today's age of electronic engagement and social media, this old fashioned strategy should have already become a historical phenomenon.

Asterisk Popularity Rises in Latin America

October 26, 2010

More specifically, he suggests that Asterisks' flexibility - and all the things that Asterisk can "be" allow telecom providers like 2N to introduce new services to their existing customers.

AstriCon 2010 Kicks Off with SRO Crowd

October 26, 2010

Today, I'm back at the venue as AstriCon 2010 kicks off, with a standing room only crowd at the opening session, Asterisk 1-2-3, where Jared Smith, Fedora project leader at Red Hat, began with a discussion of all the things Asterisk is, including a product for carriers and service providers.