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Back in November, you may have read about the survey conducted by Dimensional Research on behalf of RingCentral - it found that today’s mobile-savvy knowledge workers (especially Millennials) are cutting the “corporate cord” and ushering in a new era of communications. This move toward mobility is fundamentally changing not just the technology we use in the workplace, but how, when and where work is getting done today. As RingCentral's head of product management, it’s my job to stay on top of technology trends. As I look toward the next five or so years, I see an environment where new mobile devices and business tools will

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We’ve posted several book recommendations over the past year based on our favorite reads. This week, we’re sharing five titles that come highly recommended by the Twitterverse. If we’ve missed anything, please let us know in the comments below or tweet us @RingCentral and we’ll be sure to include your recommendation in a future post.  1) Work 2.0: Nowhere to Hide  @FrontVibe recently tweeted their support of Work 2.0: Nowhere to Hide. This book dives into the ever-changing world of work in the digital age. Topics such as virtual offices, non-routine creativity and communication issues are just a few of the

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Where RingCentral is based in Silicon Valley, Teslas seem about as common as Toyotas. Perhaps it's because Tesla Motors is local to Palo Alto, Calif., and the cars themselves are assembled just across the bay in Fremont, Calif. Or, you know, it could have something to do with the conspicuous wealth around here. In any case, there are plenty of Tesla sedans plying the Bay Area's roads. But there aren't any quite like this heavily modified one - introduced to the public this month at the Geneva Auto Show in Switzerland. What's unique about it - beyond a color scheme which Road & Track described as "psychedelic" - isn't necessarily that it's

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