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June 14, 2021 – Google announced a series of enhancements to its Workspace collaboration suite, including: • Google Workspace for Everyone – allowing anyone with a Gmail account to use all Workspace apps including Meet, Chat, Docs, and more • Background noise reduction for Google Meet now included in...

As the hybrid work model expands, discover the unified communications and collaboration trends anticipated to transform the market in 2021 and further on. The COVID-19 pandemic ignited unprecedented changes in the unified communications and collaboration market as organizations rapidly shifted to remote work. Hybrid work, which...

May 10, 2021 – RingCentral and Verizon Business announced a strategic partnership that will see the launch of “RingCentral with Verizon,” incorporating RingCentral’s Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) with Verizon’s wireless, network, and security offerings. The new offering will deliver the full capabilities of RingCentral’s calling, messaging,...

Yes, phone system usage is declining, but PSTN calling is still a critical part of an enterprise communications strategy. The last year has seen an unprecedented rise in use of videoconferencing, not just for group meetings but also for 1:1 conversation. According to our recently released...

Successful companies are spending more, and are more proactive in supporting work from home. In our recently published Workplace Collaboration: 2021-22 Research Study, Metrigy looked at the characteristics of organizations achieving measurable success from their investments in workplace collaboration technologies. This global study, based on data gathered...

Companies have fundamentally changed their workplaces in 2020, with the majority of employees still working from home. In what was initially supposed to be a short-term situation, business leaders have uncovered benefits with work-from-home (WFH) strategies and at least 56% plan to continue them indefinitely...

COVID-19 has run roughshod on UC and IT budgets. Nemertes' recent global study of more than 525 end-user organizations found that more than 91% now support work from home, up from 63% prior to the pandemic. On average, 72% of workers are now remote, more...