virtual data
It’s hardly any secret that the growth of data isn’t going to head in the other direction anytime soon. Instead, we’re only going to see more and more of it. In fact, the trend is actually that we’re going to see even more data being produced on a regular basis. That is, the growth of information is increasing at an exponential rate. As such, it would make sense for your company to take steps to prepare for this kind of future. If you’re not already using data virtualization software, now would be the time to make that investment. Not only will it make a big difference, but

Deskphone Infographic Cover
For the past century, the desk phone has been a staple of every business and the vital communication lifeline connecting employees and customers. Despite the popularity of the mobile phone, 83% of employees still have a desk phone. With the advancement of the increasingly mobile and tech savvy workforce, the mix of devices and platforms employees rely on is changing and diversifying rapidly. In May of 2015, RingCentral commissioned a survey to delve deeper into the trends and insights of knowledge workers. The goal of the survey was to understand the prevalence of the desk phone today and how today’s workers best communicate. Among the

cloud uc
We are at an interesting intersection as the lines between telephony and Unified Communications (UC) blur. UC is on the rise, integrating communication tools such as voice, messaging, presence, and collaboration. As workforces are increasingly mobile and are using highly integrated applications in their personal lives, the expectation of being able to chat, talk, video conference, and share documents from a single application is increasing. And we want these tools across any device, anywhere, and at any time, making UC ideal for a cloud deployment model. In truth businesses have been steadily migrating voice and UC to a hosted model for a number

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Jutting out off the shores of San Francisco’s iconic St. Francis Yacht Club were the familiar colors of Orange and Blue, this time on the sails; of Rob Theis’s J111, Aeolus. Looking to repeat their victory of the internationally recognized Rolex Big Boat Series, Team RingCentral finished one point ahead of the fleet securing their place as the 2015 champions. The Rolex Big Boat Series attracts over one hundred boats from around the United States, and world, to come take on the notorious San Francisco Bay waters that played home to the 2013 America’s Cup where Team Oracle took home the crown.


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