We are always honored by the accolades and industry recognition we receive, and the great news is that it just keeps coming!  I’m thrilled to announce that RingCentral has been named a leader in The Aragon Research Globe™ for Unified Communications and Collaboration, 2017. We view this recognition as hard-earned validation of the innovative cloud communications and collaboration solutions we have been delivering to businesses of all sizes over the years. Our philosophy is that today’s modern workforce must have the ability to communicate and collaborate in multiple ways, across multiple devices, anytime and anywhere. We’re proud to be delivering a

RingCentral is excited about presenting at the CFCA Winter Educational Event in Anaheim, CA, being held March 14–16. This event is an exceptional gathering of IT and financial executives, solution providers, and industry experts, coming together to explore the evolving future of security, compliance, and fraud in telecom. More businesses are moving core applications to the cloud to accelerate agility and increase their competitive edge, and many enterprises now support a hybrid environment in which legacy tools live alongside newer technologies. This makes it a relevant moment to consider more effective ways to provide security and fraud prevention with their business communications. Join Andrei Bujor, Manager of

At RingCentral, we’re invested in delivering a unified experience when it comes to business communications for the enterprise.  We firmly believe that in order to empower today’s modern, mobile workforce, enterprises need an anywhere, anytime communications solution that works from any device. Since we announced our collaboration with Google Cloud last year, we continue to expand our global footprint and deepen our integration by adding functionality for users to initiate calls and send SMS messages from their Chrome browser; log into their RingCentral account with their associated Gmail email; schedule RingCentral meetings in Gmail; and a host of other

IHS just released its Unified Communication (UC) Strategies and Vendor Leadership report, which surveyed over 200 medium and large organizations in North America that use IP telephony, email, and instant messaging (IM) and plan to integrate these communication types by the end of 2018. One of the top takeaways that really caught our attention was: “In evaluating cloud UC providers, the most important criteria are quality of service guarantees and security.” (This is reflected in the bar graph below.) In other words, enterprises continue to be cautious about putting their communications into the cloud—even


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