The 2014 Winter Olympic Games are well underway in Sochi. It’s almost impossible to avoid the excitement and energy around this year's games as America has already taken home a total of 13 medals, 4 of which are gold. How can you leverage the excitement of these Winter Olympics to boost your business' success? Here are 5 of our all-time favorite Olympic quotations, with advice on how they can be applied to help your business to a podium finish in 2014. 1) “Each of us has a fire in our hearts for something. It’s our goal in life to find it and keep it lit.” – Mary Lou

Southlands Christian School educates students in pre-school through high school. Founded in 1979, Southlands Christian School has been accredited by the Association of Christian Schools International and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges. Southlands Christian School recently decided to move its pre-school through 8th grade programs to a campus two miles away from its main campus. Part of this move involved choosing a new telephone system. The old system that Southland Christian School used was an on-premise Nortel BCM PBX system. It proved difficult to manage, didn't use VoIP technology, and the infrastructure itself proved challenging. The PRI to the PBX was difficult and restarting the system would put all users

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RingCentral just pushed out a major update to its main product, RingCentral Office, and it’s got some cool features - many of them pretty significant. If you’re a RingCentral Office customer, these features are already in your online account. And as soon as you update your RingCentral Mobile App, you’ll find the new features there too. Here’s a cheat sheet to latest/greatest RingCentral features. See something you like? Something intriguing? Something that says “Hello! I’ve been looking for you!”? Stay tuned - we’ll do some deep dives into specific features soon. Paging Those overhead speakers can be really annoying sometimes, but boy are they useful when you


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