RingCentral was recognized again as a leader in the Gartner UCaaS Magic Quadrant. We are excited to be exhibiting at the Gartner Symposium/ITxpo this year, October 16–20 in Orlando. Enterprise IT decision makers and CXOs are invited to schedule an executive briefing with one of our experts to learn how to easily and cost effectively support workforce mobility, agility, and sustainable growth. Join us at booth #228 and receive an Amazon Echo after the meeting. Interested? Schedule your meeting here. Registered attendees can check out our vendor session: Cloud Communications: A Catalyst to Business Transformation on Wednesday, October 19, 1:15 p.m. and be automatically entered to win one

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If you were to guess how many active websites and blogs there are in the world today, what would your guess be? The correct answer is over a billion, and 300+ million of them are blogs! That is a lot of websites and all of them are constantly creating new content to flood the internet with -- which also means more frustrations and headaches for your site, brand or business to try and compete with. However, to find success on the internet today, it's not about "just creating content". Instead, it's about providing value and figuring out a monetization method that works best for you and your blogging audience. Having been actively

Attendees at our recent RingCentral ConnectCentral user conference heard a lot about RingCentral Glip team messaging and its importance to the future of our cloud communication and collaboration platform. Just as important as the shoutouts in the keynotes were the one-on-one demos Glip Product Manager Ted Jaffe gave to help customers understand how Glip can fit into their operations. We are sharing video of a couple of those briefings below. Thanks to Eugene Kelly, PC and network specialist and Paul Nelson, IT Director, from the City of Clovis, New Mexico, and Jim Pluth, VP of Tara Materials, for giving permission for us

We're gearing up for Dreamforce 2016 next week, which as usual promises to be one of the year's most inspirational events showcasing innovative solutions using cloud technology. I look forward to attending every year for a chance to see what other companies are developing, what competitors are up to, and to catch up with our customers and partners. I've been asked to present at Dreamforce on the growing role of contextual communications in customer success. We all know that communications is a crucial part of any business' workflow. However, frequently there’s a technological divide between applications employees use to manage relationships with their customers and applications they use


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