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Consider for a moment the telegraph, the telephone, the fax machine and email. These successive communication breakthroughs of the past 175 years brought huge leaps in productivity to the people who adopted them. They ushered in new ways of communicating and exchanging information, and they bestowed an advantage not just on their users, but also on the industries where they were put to use and on the companies who were part of making them and bringing them to market. As a cloud-based unified communications company endeavoring to meet the needs of a rapidly changing, globally distributed workforce, we're constantly thinking about how

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With the 4th of July holiday upon us we here at RingCentral are excited to spend this 3-day weekend filled with barbecuing, watching fireworks, and spending quality time with friends and family. We are taking advantage of this time to lay back and enjoy a few days soaking up the sun and the red, white and blue. Five of our employees from different departments share their plans for this celebratory day in America and also reflected on some of their favorite holiday memories from past 4th of July weekends. What are you doing on the Fourth of July? Picnic Day: Brian Chiosi (Marketing Ops/Demand Generation), is planning on having a picnic with food and a few drinks

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Every year on the fourth day in July, one nation gathers for a unified anniversary celebration. Grills ignite; fireworks pop and boom in the distance while footballs and cold American beers are tossed around picnic blankets at lake beaches. July Fourth is a day of blissful nostalgia, sensory elation, and warm company, but, above all, it is a day of memorial. Each year, Americans commemorate the day that the founders of the nation gathered together and declared their independence from a system that limited and inhibited their potential to grow and thrive upon their own prowess. The early colonies were under the control of a government that

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In today’s fast-paced business world, the notion of “working together” to accomplish things is more important than ever. We’re all familiar with this somewhat Silicon Valley-fied notion of collaborative working, and despite my company bias towards such a phenomenon, one cannot argue that it isn’t applicable to enterprise workforces today. The speed at which business is conducted and the rapidity with which messages and emails can reach international territories has brought an efficient, yet chaotic, dimension to the workplace. That’s why businesses need scalable, flexible technology solutions that advance business operations. While most hardware-centric systems of the past impede progress with esoteric infrastructure and inordinate costs, cloud technologies

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