How well does your business communicate internally and externally? If you're using RingCentral Office, you already know how VoIP enables seamless voice communication on desk phones, PCs, smartphones and tablets. Now, you can enjoy the same user-friendly functionality with Meetings - our brand-new video conferencing feature. Meetings is currently available to Office Enterprise customers in the US. It's a totally free add-on for all Enterprise users - and if your organization is currently using WebEx or Citrix for video conferencing, you can save hundreds or even thousands of dollars a month by switching to Meetings. Yet cost savings aren't the only reason to give Meetings a try. Here are three of the

You don't need to look too far back to a time when the vast majority of phone calls took place via landline - and communications were handled by one national telephone giant. Then, thanks to advancements in technology, everything changed. An explosion of affordable mobile phone service opened up the telecommunications market and allowed new players to claim a slice. These companies seemed to come out of nowhere, boldly brandishing their strange new names: Orange, Vodafone, 3, O2 and so on. But it didn't take long for people to adopt mobile technologies and place their trust in these brands. Today we recognise them as

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2013 was a year when the phrase ‘social media marketing’ became simply ‘marketing’. You can’t have a marketing strategy any more that isn’t social – not just the practice of sharing TV ads online, but where calls to action and engagement are central to their success. So what’s next for social marketing? Let’s take a look forward into 2014 and see where this year’s momentum is taking us. 1. Hyper Interactivity and Real-Time Marketing (RTM) If last year’s Oscars, Super Bowl or the season finale of Breaking Bad have taught us anything, it’s that events have become hyper connected online and offline. Hashtags have become a central plank


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