do something nice
October 5 is National Do Something Nice Day. Yes, we should try to do nice things daily. However, on this Monday it’s especially important to go out of our way to do something nice. And, seeing as you spend at least forty hours each week with co-workers, we recommend doing something extra special for them. Not sure what to do? Don’t worry because in honor of YOU we’re sharing a few ideas for how you can do something nice for those you work with. 1) Celebrate! Many offices bring cake for birthdays, cookies for the holidays or cater a delicious lunch to celebrate a special work

tech savvy
Tomorrow is National Techie Day! In honor of our tech savvy business professionals today’s Friday Five shares five of our favorite new tech gadgets. Technology can drastically increase productivity, improve work-product and expand your capabilities quickly. 1) iPad Pro This years annual fall Apple event introduced the much anticipated iPad Pro. Available in November (only a month away) this new iPad promise to be larger, more powerful (nearly double performance of iPad Air 2), with 64 GB of storage and refined Multi-Touch technology. The iPad Pro is perfect for tech savvy business professionals, especially ones who are always on-the-go.

This week we are expanding RingCentral’s platform for developers with new APIs, plus the version 1.0 release of SDKs for PHP and C#. Since we announced the open beta release of the RingCentral Connect™ Platform in February, we have been happy to see a surge in interest from independent software vendors, as well as customers like Construction Monitor and 24HR Lockouts, who have built their own custom applications using the RingCentral application programming interface (API). RingCentral offers its own integrations with prominent cloud platforms, including a recent update for and the introduction of one for

Collaboration is core to the mission of the Canadian Network for Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (CAN-MNCH), which coordinates the efforts of non-governmental organizations, academics and health workers in promoting the health of women and children around the world. When CAN-MNCH needed to improve collaboration within its own organization, it turned to Glip. “In the past, we used email, Dropbox, Google Docs, different cloud servers, video conferencing tools like Skype, teleconferences -- and we've managed to amalgamate all of that using Glip,” says Executive Director Helen Scott. (By the way, if you like her story, you can vote until Oct. 2 as


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