ringcentral webrtc
The announcement today of RingCentral supporting WebRTC is huge for RingCentral customers, partners, and developers. WebRTC is a free, open source project initiative supported by Google, Mozilla, and Opera (among others) that provides browsers and mobile applications with Real-Time Communications (RTC) capabilities via simple APIs. How do I get started with RingCentral WebRTC? The RingCentral WebRTC services are available as an invite-only beta. If you would like to request an invitation to the WebRTC Beta program, please complete this invitation form. RingCentral WebRTC at Launch Hackathon RingCentral sponsored Launch Hackathon from February 26-28, 2016. We had nearly thirty teams of developers who registered to use WebRTC in their hackathon projects. During this time we were able to identify some of the challenges

ywca tribute to women - ritu
We’re so excited to announce that Ritu Mukherjee, our Associate Vice President of Product Management, is among a remarkable group of 39 women selected for the esteemed YWCA Silicon Valley Tribute to Women Award.  Ritu will be honored at the awards ceremony and dinner in May. Having nominated Ritu for this award for her passion and strong work ethic, we’re so proud to support her honoree recognition. Ritu’s commitment to making a difference across the organization and in the broader community is truly commendable. This year marks the 32nd anniversary of YWCA Silicon Valley and

managing-your-it-communications-blog-post
If we’ve learned anything over the past few decades of business globalization and technology evolution, it’s that virtually everyone in organizations, from CEOs to road warriors, hates complexity. The associated costs and productivity killers often attributable to the complex architectures underlying the applications they need to do their jobs is increasingly unacceptable to them. As we were developing RingCentral Global Office, the end-user experience was top of mind. Our goal was to deliver a single global UCaaS solution from the cloud that would provide end-users with a local calling experience regardless of their location or device. In developing the RingCentral Global Office ecosystem, we focused on the

leap year
The Earth orbits the sun every 365 days and 6 hours. So once every 4 years, this accumulated time gives us an extra day. Before leap years, calendars were largely based on lunar months, which only totaled 354 days annually. This resulted in months of drift in the calendar, which generally caused a great deal of confusion- imagine celebrating the harvest festival before any seeds had been sown! Thankfully, Leap Days were devised to iron everything out, so we now can be rest assured that we won’t ever have Christmas in the height of Summer. Here’s a rundown of some of the historical leaps forward that were made on this day.

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