integrated cloud communications
My old car was from 1995, an ancient time before modern infotainment systems became commonplace. So, over the years, I connected multiple products to the car, including a GPS system, an MP3 player, and a smartphone. After all that, I was able to listen to my music, navigation, and telephone calls while driving. But it was a kludgy system that took time and effort to set up and manage. More importantly, my patchwork of different mobile technologies didn’t work together. Each device was separate, independent, and unable to communicate with the other parts of the system. I finally bought a new car with a built-in infotainment system that easily

mobile cloud security
The battle between freedom and control has raged since the dawn of civilization. Individuals crave liberty, while organizations need to keep things orderly. My own skirmish in this age-old fight broke out when I was a teenager. I wanted to hang out with my friends until the wee hours of the morning. My mother insisted I return home by 10 p.m. My freedom was important to me, but my mom had different priorities, like my safety, my health, and her peace of mind. Each of us had a different perspective—and each of us had a legitimate point of view. Footloose and landline free A similar struggle now is playing out

ringcentral for skype for business
Here at RingCentral, we've learned a lot about being a cloud player in a large application ecosystem.  We've architected RingCentral to be an open platform giving developers robust APIs, tools, and resources for them to customize their own use of RingCentral. We use our own APIs to develop off-the-shelf integrations with some of the most popular enterprise applications.  It's a great way to fulfill customer demand while delivering greater productivity and flexibility to our customers who want RingCentral's telephony capabilities embedded in software they like to use. With our latest integrations, the new Microsoft Skype for Business and Outlook plugins, we are building on our

answering rules api
Call routing and handling via RingCentral Answering Rules are important aspects of configuring business phone systems and today we are releasing our beta Answering Rule API capabilities. For an overview, some benefits of Answering Rules include the ability to do the following: Give each employee and department their own business hours and create unique answering rules as needed. Set after-hours rules to route calls to a home phone number, directly to voicemail, a mobile phone, or any other working number. Routing schedule allows calls to your sales department to transfer to one


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