Archive for November, 2020

Hybrid working: creating “the next normal” in work practices, spaces and culture

Hybrid working: creating “the next normal” in work practices, spaces and culture

The blog below is a guest blog of Poly. 2020 will be the catalyst for hybrid working, offering employees flexibility and choice, and driving productivity through collaboration and communication. HYBRID WORKING How practices, workspaces and culture will change as we emerge into the “next normal.” REIMAGINE The way we work: RETHINK WORKING PATTERNS - Policies [...]
CPaaS is accelerating

CPaaS is accelerating

The blog below is a guest blog of IDC. Although CPaaS platforms are still pretty much unknown they are conquering the world at this moment. After the VoIP and UCaaS evolution, where traditional PBX and Unified Communications solutions moved to a more flexible, pay as you go, cloud model, we are now at the start [...]
Building blocks available

Building blocks available

The blog below is a guest blog of Speakup. As one of the first VoIP operators in the Netherlands and even in Europe, Speakup has recently seen and adopted many innovations. The world of Telecommunications is currently facing one of the biggest changes ever. Central to this change is the fact that the telephony center [...]
Embrace CPaaS as part of iBASIS’ Cloud Communications as a Platform

Embrace CPaaS as part of iBASIS’ Cloud Communications as a Platform

The blog below is a guest blog of iBASIS. Decreasing Average Revenue Per User urges operators and service providers to do something new. Main question is how they keep and attract customers, innovate and move up in the value stack. The growth in the communication market is driven by over the top solutions, and COVID-19 [...]
Covid-19 to accelerate digital transformation in enterprises

Covid-19 to accelerate digital transformation in enterprises

The blog below is a guest blog of 451 Research. Summary and key findings, 451 Research’s Voice of the Enterprise Coronavirus Flash Survey June 2020: Organizations anticipate a long period of altered working conditions past 2021. Nearly half plan to reduce office space while two-thirds do not expect they will resume business travel this year. [...]