We are pleased to introduce the availability of Single Sign On (SSO) authentication in the RingCentral 7.3 release. RingCentral Single Sign On integrates easily with any Identity Provider who supports the latest industrial SAML 2.0 (Security Assertion Markup Language 2.0) such as PingFederate, Okta, or your homegrown Identity Provider. Several benefits with Single Sign On authentication enabled: Ability to enforce uniform enterprise authentication and/or authorization policies across the enterprise Remove the needs for users to manage multiple passwords with a single set of credentials to access multiple apps and tools Improve user experience through automatic login Usually results in significant password help desk cost savings With Single Sign On turned on,

future of glip
We’re psyched to be a part of RingCentral. We are doubling-down on Glip. Since we announced Glip’s acquisition by RingCentral in June, I know some of our most loyal and enthusiastic users have been holding their breath. I get it: we have all watched a favorite product get acquired by a larger company that promises great things for it – and then watched our favorite sink beneath the waves. The founding team leaves, the acquiring company doesn’t know what to do with this thing it has bought, and the product either gets killed outright or wanders into irrelevance. We are not going to let that happen with Glip. With

When RingCentral relocated its headquarters from San Mateo to Belmont, hundreds of workers, who typically worked every day from the office, all became remote for the day. The requirements of work remained the same, but the location temporarily changed for all of them. The ability to work remotely without sacrificing productivity not only highlights the flexibility of cloud, but it also shows how leveled the field is today for remote, mobile, and in-office knowledge workers.  Part of what people need in order to be successful in today’s busy world is the ability to multitask, to stay connected, and to utilize their tools no matter the

online payments
Consumers are accustomed to being instantly connected — to information, to entertainment, to one another via text message and social media, and to items they want to buy. With this expectation that nearly every need can be immediately solved with the help of technology, it’s not wonder that they’ve become so privy to online payments — and the businesses that accept them. Here’s a look at the top reasons people prefer online payments: 1) They eliminate geographical boundaries. When a person travels to a different country or continent, they have to adapt what’s in their wallet. This may include exchanging currency, and even using a different credit card than they would typically


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