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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

The New World of Work - a concept we explore frequently on RingCentral Connect - has massively disrupted our work habits. Many of the changes that have taken place are positive: the emergence of smartphones, for example, has empowered people to be productive regardless of location, while attitudinal shifts on productivity and autonomy have limited the extent to which corporate workers are chained to their desks. Yet not all of the New World of Work's disruptions are welcome. To wit, there may be a push-back afoot on the physical environment of work: the office. The New Yorker recently published an eye-opening review of research related to open-office environments and productivity.

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Social media can do a lot to boost your company's bottom line - but most organizations struggle to balance their online presence. There’s always something more that can be done, a new platform to explore and changes to figure out. Today’s Friday Five should help you get a better handle on managing your social business presence and free up some of your valuable time! 1) Find a scheduling tool that works for you Social media runs 24/7, and micromanaging your social presence is both impractical and impossible. The solution is pretty simple: Find and utilize a social media management tool. There are


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