telephone songs
Pop music lyricism, at its core, is about communication. A chanteuse might be telling her man she loves him; a starlet has a new fling with whom she must be in constant contact; a crooner whines that he and his girl broke up because something wasn't getting through to her. You boil it all down, and these songs are about the way we try—and sometimes fail—to communicate with each other. More often than not, a phone facilitates that reaching out. It’s interesting, though, because many songs directly about telephones tend to be aggressive accusations or pleas. “You never call! I’m waiting right here! Did you forget about me?” What,

outdated phone
As consumers, we are just not anchored to one spot and as such the landline is no longer as important as it used to be. We talk on the move, share documents, and even close deals without an office in sight. In fact, doing business in just one place is increasingly uncommon. Businesses have become mobile, with staff spread over different geographic regions, on trains and across continents, the landline phone is effectively dead as we know it. Day-to-day meetings invariably include sharing contact details such as: email address, phone number, and, a little less frequently,

howard energy partners
Howard Midstream Energy Partners (HMEP), founded in 2011, is an independent midstream energy company based out of South Texas.  They are currently using a RingCentral phone solution to streamline communication across six locations. HMEP is accomplishing this by replacing their archaic on-premises PBX system with RingCentral’s complete, integrated cloud-based business communication system. The new solution enables employees to work efficiently and independently. In addition, the entire phone system is much easier for HMEP’s IT staff to manage. Prior to RingCentral, HMEP used conventional PBX phone system that was difficult to control. Their IT staff preferred to solve system issues and install updates


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