lisa del real crn wotc 2016
We’re thrilled that Lisa Del Real, our senior director of Channel Programs & Sales Ops, has been recognized as one of CRN’s 2016 Women of the Channel. A top news source for IT professionals, CRN editors selected Women of the Channel honorees on the basis of their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise and ongoing dedication to the IT channel. Lisa Del Real has consistently shown great aptitude and dedication to building RingCentral’s Channel Program. Recognized by CRN for the third year in a row, Lisa Del Real has increased the number of channel partners, introduced new program

outdated technology
Keeping up with technology is a constant business challenge. No sooner have you spent money on the latest ‘game-changing’ piece of equipment; you’ll have your eye on the next to keep up with the Joneses of the business world. It’s a row of spinning plates, and expensive plates at that. Most technologies providers will have you set up to fixed prescribed features and functions for the length of your contract. But what happens when that technology improves whilst you’re under contract? There is no worse frustration than having your hands tied when you want to take advantage of the latest capabilities. Even if you are able to upgrade, there’s often

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We’re excited to announce that RingCentral has been named to Forbes’ List of 100 Most Trustworthy Companies in America for 2016. The Forbes List of 100 Most Trustworthy Companies is assembled every year by MSCI ESG Research, an independent research firm that vets more than 5,500 publicly-traded North American companies to identify those that consistently display transparent accounting practices and concrete corporate governance. Companies are ranked based on their Aggressive Accounting and Governance Risk (AGRs) and scored on a 1 to 100 point scale. Aspects considered include high-risk behaviors like regulatory actions, amended filings, revenue and

growing up without growing old
“Oh, grow up!” Sure, I’ve been told that a few times—most often by someone who doesn’t appreciate my sometimes youthful sense of humor. I usually respond that I’m actually a grown-up who’s in touch with the joyful traits of his inner child. Mixing a little childlike playfulness with the sophistication that comes with maturity keeps me inspired, engaged, and creative. It’s the same for companies. As they scale up into large, efficient organizations, enterprises need to find a way to retain the agility and innovative spirit they had when they were small, nimble firms. By doing this, they combine the best aspects of large and small. A

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