Perhaps you use an IP phone for most of your business calls. But if you find yourself working away from a desk for extended periods of time - or if your "office" is actually the road - you will probably want your RingCentral calls to forward to a mobile device. With RingCentral Professional and Office, you have two "forwarding" options: actual forwarding, where RingCentral's servers simply hand an incoming call off to a non-RingCentral number, and VoIP call handling via the RingCentral app. Using the app will help you save personal mobile minutes, and making calls over VoIP lets you use the RingCentral call management shortcuts (## to place a call on

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Last week Microsoft finally released its Office for iPad app. This is great news for companies and entrepreneurs who rely on iPads for business use. If you’re an iPad user and a fan of Office on the desktop, here are five great features now available to you: 1) Word, PowerPoint and Excel Lack of compatibility was one of the most frustrating issues when working with Microsoft Office documents on an iPad. Now, compatibility is seamless. When you open a Word, PowerPoint or Excel document using the Office app on your iPad, you’ll see exactly what

RingCentral customer Tenthwave is a full-service digital agency whose services include social marketing, digital strategy, web design, SEO and sweepstakes management. Headquartered in New York City, Tenthwave also has offices in Chicago, Detroit, San Francisco, Washington, D.C. and on Long Island. Founded in 2010, the firm has more than 100 employees. Why did Tenthwave adopt RingCentral Office? It comes down to simplicity. Tenthwave used to have three different phone systems in its offices—a Nortel hardwire PBX, a self-managed Asterisk server and Vonage. Meanwhile, the company’s remote employees worked from their personal cell phones. As Tenthwave grew and more staff members were added to the system, competition for resources


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