Business VoIP Featured Article

RingCentral Video Release to Answer Growing Demand

April 02, 2020

By Maurice Nagle, Web Editor

Video is exploding courtesy of the coronavirus. The pandemic is accelerating digital transformation initiatives, driving the masses to the cloud and putting the new wave of communication and collaborations solutions to the test.

RingCentral announced the arrival of Message Video Phone (MVP), available immediately as part of Avaya Cloud Office, AT&T Office@Hand and RingCentral Office.

“The world is experiencing the largest work from home demand ever. At RingCentral, we’ve always been focused on addressing the needs of modern, mobile, and distributed workforces by delivering trusted, reliable, global, and easy to buy, manage, and use solutions,” said Vlad Shmunis, RingCentral’s founder, chairman and CEO. “Today, we’re taking the next step in delivering a world-class seamlessly integrated MVP experience to further enhance employee productivity as they work from anywhere.”

As the workforce is calling home the office it is critical to keep teams engaged. Video is emerging as the preferred method to accomplish that. RingCentral Video includes voice, SMS, fax, unified in a single platform. With RingCentral, comes a truly global presence over a trusted and reliable network. Its open nature enables easy integration with applications like Microsoft Teams and O365, Google G Suite and Gmail, Zoho and more.

“RingCentral optimizing Google Chrome’s WebRTC to power RingCentral Video showcases the mutual value our companies have to bring hassle free communications to our customers,” said Gregg Fiddes, Head of Enterprise Ecosystems, Google.

Another point of note during your transition is compliance. Both RingCentral Office and RingCentral Video are above board for GDPR HIPAA and CCPA requirements.

Are your communications in the cloud, yet?

Edited by Maurice Nagle



Key Benefits

  Unlimited Calling & Faxing
  Number Portability
  Auto Attendant
  Instant Conference Calls
  HD Voice Quality