The end of a year is often marked by ‘best of’ lists that companies publish to remember notable releases or events during the past year. 2018 is no exception. Take a moment and check out Google Play’s best of 2018 list, Apple’s list of top iPhone apps and games, and Google’s Year in Search to relive some of the highlights from this year. Read More
In the business world, the end of a year is often marked by ‘best of’ lists that companies publish to remember notable releases or events during the past year. 2015 is no exception. Take a moment and check out Mashable.com’s best apps of the year (iPhone and Android) and Google’s Year in Search (2015) to remember some of the highlights from this past year.
With its many features and mobile app, RingCentral is a great cloud-based phone system for businesses of all types and sizes. RingCentral is an even more powerful phone system when you add the fact that RingCentral can be used inside of other applications on the market. In 2015, did you know that RingCentral customers will be able to use their RingCentral service inside of 6 key applications? Currently, RingCentral has 5 integrations available for RingCentral customers including: Salesforce CRM, Zendesk, Desk, Box, and Microsoft Outlook. In January 2015, RingCentral is going to release a new integration with Google (i.e. Gmail, Google+ Hangouts and Google Docs). To learn more about each integration, scroll down through the table below.
With over 1.3 million apps in Apple’s App Store and another 1.3 million apps in the Google Play store, finding the best apps of the year can be a little overwhelming. Where do you start? One of the best resources on the internet are the ‘Best of 2014’ lists that companies release in late 2014. As a consumer, you can take advantage of the time and effort that companies have put into evaluating apps and discover apps that you may not know about. Take a look at four of our favorite lists for the ‘Best Apps of 2014’ below.
As a result of the massive internet privacy bug Heartbleed
, a few of the leading cloud companies we work with were affected. In an attempt to summarize them for reference, here is a list of each company along with their statement about Heartbleed: