Month: March 2016

CafeX Looks to Solve Biggest Video Collaboration Challenges

WebRTC has been an incredible driver of interoperability in real-time communications but it still won’t work across every browser. CafeX
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RingCentral: Disruptor Defends Turf through Innovation and Global Expansion

If you doubt cloud is an increasing threat to on-premise phone systems, consider RingCentral has exceeded 300,000 businesses meaning cloud
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Prysm Enterprise Will Boost Collaboration and Might Kill Off Audio Conference Calls

Prysm’s recently released Prysm Enterprise solution is a SaaS/hardware solution designed to connect all users in an enterprise together in
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Centrex Amps Up with IP-Centrex Thanks to AT&T!

What’s one of the more interesting services I’ve seen lately? Certainly it has to be AT&T Collaborate, the cloud-based communications
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Metaswitch: UC and CC The New and Old Growth Area for Carriers

Adding contact center and unified communications to your offerings adds a 30% addressable market for carriers according to Chris Carabello
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How GigSky Made #MWC Easy for Me

I’ve used GigSky now a few years in Europe to keep me connected while at Mobile World Congress. I plugged
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The Uber Tip Veterans Know and Use

On my Uber ride today the driver told me more and more of his customers at the airport are using
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Inside Dark Web Conference: Why TMC Teamed with Alan Meckler

  Alan Meckler is one of the brightest visionaries in the tech world having launched the first show covering the
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Dialpad is Reborn from Switch.co

Dialpad was one of the coolest services ever… It allowed you in the 1990s to call any number in the
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Tangoe Goes on the Mobility-as-a-Service Offensive at MWC16

Tangoe was one of the leading players in the TEM or telecom expense management space when it launched and did
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