There’s no question that workplace apps are changing the way we work. It’s hard to imagine the days when we had to tackle projects and collaborate without the efficiency of file sharing, video conferencing, and team messaging, to name a few.Yet, with all the benefits these apps offer, they also create some challenges. Simply finding the information you need in three or more apps can be frustrating. It’s no surprise that employees are feeling overwhelmed from the quantity of applications available and resulting deficit of order. Our recent survey of knowledge workers and their experiences with the business apps they use every day revealed that app overload is very real, and

Broad adoption of Software Defined Wide Area Networking (SD-WAN) is a direct result of the increasing enterprise shift toward cloud solutions, like unified communications as a service (UCaaS). SD-WAN helps enterprises achieve greater network agility and improve the reliability of the WAN cost-efficiently, with a cloud-first architecture. Enterprises can connect offices and remote users directly to cloud services securely and reliably, eliminating the need for expensive and complex network links to launch and support remote locations. One of SD-WAN’s primary use cases is UCaaS. That is why I’m excited to announce our new SD-WAN Alliance Program with leading cloud SD-WAN vendors, including VMware, CloudGenix, Riverbed, Cradlepoint, Windstream Enterprise,

Springtime has arrived, but your home isn’t the only thing that needs some sprucing up. Both small businesses and large enterprises alike should use this season to examine their current business communications solutions and determine what they may need to do to improve employee collaboration and productivity.Here are a few tips to help you get started on spring cleaning your business communications.Select one video and audio conferencing solution best suited for your teams’ needsUp to 90 percent of human communication relies on non-verbal cues. Virtual conferencing, specifically video, ensures these important indicators don’t fall through the cracks. Enterprises use online meetings to help remote employees develop a better

We are extremely proud to announce that Lisa Del Real, Associate Vice President of Global Channel Programs & Operations for RingCentral, has been named by CRN to its list of 2018 Power 100, an elite subset of its prestigious annual Women of the Channel list. CRN’s editorial team selects Women of the Channel honorees based on their professional accomplishments, demonstrated expertise, and ongoing dedication to the channel. The Power 100 belong to an exclusive group drawn from this larger list: women leaders whose vision and influence are key drivers of their companies’ success and help move the entire IT channel forward. Lisa was recognized for her

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