Come explore the power of connecting people at ConnectCentral 2017, the industry’s premier cloud communications event. ConnectCentral 2017 is taking place October 23–25 at the Westin St. Francis in San Francisco. You’ll hear from thought leaders and experts on advances in the communications and collaboration industry, and see real-life examples of organizations that have empowered their teams, customers, and partners with RingCentral. We’d love to see you at ConnectCentral 2017 and we are giving away five (5) free passes (each valued at $495)! To enter, complete the following statement: “I want to go to ConnectCentral 2017

RingCentral is excited to announce our first keynote speaker for ConnectCentral 2017: Sal Khan, founder and CEO of the not-for-profit Khan Academy. Millions of students from all over the world learn at their own pace on Khan Academy every day. With 52 million registered students in 190 countries, Khan Academy is rethinking the world of education with the power of technology. At ConnectCentral 2017, RingCentral’s annual conference, Khan will share how he’s leveraged technology to achieve his vision of providing free, world-class education to students around the globe. With video and other advanced communications solutions, the Khan Academy has removed traditional barriers to education, making

Businesses today are demanding unified communications solutions that are easy to use, easy to manage, and enable productivity while on the go. In order to best accomplish this goal, companies need a single platform that allows their employees to toggle between communication types—whether it’s messaging, voice calls, conferencing, video, or team chat. While historically it seemed sufficient for businesses to use a desk phone and email to get their work done, that just isn’t enough in today’s fast-paced, modern workplace. People want to be connected, no matter where they are and no

Walker Crips Group PLC is a London-based financial services company. Its roots trace back to the 18th century, making it one of the oldest independent companies in the city, with nearly 300 employees that service 6 business units, including investment management, stockbrokers, wealth management, pensions, structured investments, and alternative investments. Prior to partnering with RingCentral, Walker Crips operated on a legacy phone system that was costly and difficult to manage. Reluctant to continue purchasing more equipment for upgrades, Sean Lam, the group’s Managing Director, chose to embrace a fully cloud-based communications system. According to Lam, he felt

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