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Nearly a year into widespread work-from-home (WFH), the cracks are starting to show at some organizations who may not have primed their workforce (or their networks) for an extended absence from the office. According to research from productivity software company Asana, burnout is now being felt among the vast majority of knowledge workers as teams struggle to define and enforce...

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With the pandemic unexpectedly transforming Zoom from a passive business tool to perhaps the defining brand of our socially-distanced times, the tech giant is looking to “give back” a bit this holiday season by removing 40-minute meeting limits over the Thanksgiving holiday. On a non-holiday, free meetings on Zoom are limited to 40 minutes, pushing users to basically re-start their...

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Tags: network performance monitoring, network performance, call tips, zoom tips, tips, SaaS, zoom calls, video chat, video conferencing, thanksgiving, ucaas, Microsoft Teams, zoom

When the world stayed home this past spring and summer, everyone from CEOs to first graders turned to Zoom to stay connected. As a result, “Zoom” has graduated to verb-status, supplanting “hop on a video call” in much the same way we tend to “Google” topics regardless of the search engine. But what has made Zoom the global default for...

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Tags: SaaS, ucaas, unified communications, collaboration, voip, video chat, voice and video, video conference, video call, zoom

Task management platform Okta recently released the mid-year update to their 2020 @Work Business Report, and the findings tell a familiar story: The recent meteoric rise in cloud and SaaS adoption has been hard to ignore, and is challenging IT to seek out new solutions. As expected, cloud-delivered UCaaS and collaboration applications continue to see unprecedented growth over the past...

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Tags: network monitoring, network performance monitoring, network management, work from home, remote work, wfh, enterprise WAN, enterprise IT, enterprise networks, video apps, collaboration apps, collaboration tools, collaboration, ucaas, zoom, Slack, Skype, video conferencing, video conference, video call

While just a few months ago Zoom was primarily only familiar within the corporate and tech sphere, the company is now ubiquitous in every facet of our newly-remote daily lives; whether we’re using it to say hi to coworkers, or logging on to host a weekly trivia night with friends or family. Another indicator of Zoom’s newfound popularity? The startup...

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Tags: Slack, video messaging, unified communications, ucaas, video conferencing, application developer, application, developer, app developers, developers, apps, Apple, Facebook, zoom, video conferencing

Social distancing guidelines have made UCaaS tools more than just business-critical solutions, as it seems like every parent and grandparent with WiFi access has been hopping on Zoom and other video conferencing apps to bridge the gap between friends and family in isolation. This has put unprecedented pressure on unified communication providers, whose products demand a higher share of network...

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