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Wireless carriers are going beyond mobile phones and data plans and embracing new cloud services for businesses in a significant way.  While mobile phones and data plans are the core business for carriers, it’s become clear that one of the major vectors of growth is in the enterprise.  In fact, Ralph de la Vega, president & CEO of AT&T Mobile and Business Solutions, in a recent New York Times article said, “business solutions, or services it offers to businesses, will become its largest source of income." Here at RingCentral we’ve

Today we’re kicking off an action packed week at Enterprise Connect in Orlando, Florida. It’s a terrific gathering of industry leaders and buyers of enterprise telephony and unified communications services. This is my third time attending Enterprise Connect, and it gets me thinking about the following:  “How is unified communications evolving?”  The roots of communications in the enterprise has typically involved a traditional on-premise PBX system, which has evolved over time but remains the proverbial box in the basement.  As additional modes of communications were added to support unified communications, disparate systems were added and additional complexity inevitably ensued.  Eventually hosted solutions, including

CRN is the top news source for IT professionals. We are excited to announce that RingCentral’s own team member, Bonnie Lam, RSVP Channel Sales, has been named to the prestigious list of 2015 CRN Channel Chiefs. The influential executives on this annual list represent the most powerful leaders in the IT channel who hold direct responsibility for driving growth and revenue for their organizations through their indirect channel partners. Individuals are selected for inclusion based on their track record of channel accomplishments, standing in

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On Tuesday, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton acknowledged that using an email server for official communication was perhaps not ideal. Amidst conversations surrounding security and transparency, Clinton responded that the primary driver was convenience: "I opted for convenience to use my personal email account, which was allowed by the State Department, because I thought it would be easier to carry just one device for my work and for my personal emails instead of two. Looking back, it would have been better if I'd simply used a second email account and carried a second phone, but at the time, this didn't seem like an issue." I think many


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