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August 19, 2015 | News Coverage

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From MySa

Despite campus crime rates increasing from 2011 to 2013, a significant majority of college students feel safe on campus with their mobile phones at hand, according to a recent study.

Analyzing U.S. Department of Education statistics from those years, bandwidth and personal safety developer BlueLight observed a 10 percent increase in non-property crime, such as robbery, sexual assault and manslaughter. 

August 18, 2015 | News Coverage

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From iMedia

If you call yourself an omnichannel marketer, then text messaging is a tool you can't ignore any longer.

Mass adoption in our consumer lives has transformed text into a significant a channel that lets marketers connect with customers in new and better ways. A massive 81 percent of cell phone owners use their phones to text compared to 52 percent for email, according to Pew Internet Research. And "the SMS button has been used three-to-four times more often than the Twitter button ever was," reports USA Today.

August 5, 2015 | News Coverage

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From City A.M.

Invest in onboard training and establish a dynamic of trust

While the aggressive nature of business is often wryly compared with armed conflict, commerce might do well to adopt some military practices. According to a working paper by the US National Bureau of Economic Research, chief executives with military experience were found to be 70 per cent less likely to engage in corporate fraud, were more financially cautious, and were better at limiting damage than their civilian counterparts. Here are three orders to follow.

August 5, 2015 | News Coverage

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From NetworkWorld

Truly Wireless has partnered with Bandwidth to offer business users managed calls on their smartphones, moving away from the company’s previous cloud-based communications provider to now integrate with Bandwidth’s network and platforms. Truly Wireless provides a voice platform that is specifically built for a 3G/4G wireless network, enabling business-grade communications services on any smartphone with a cellular connection. Bandwidth owns an all-IP voice network and it has partnered with others including Google, Skype, and Republic Wireless to offer communications features and services.

August 4, 2015 | Press Release

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Fast-growing enterprise phone system app switched to Bandwidth platform for greater call connectivity and reliability.

Raleigh, North Carolina – (BUSINESS WIRE) – August 4, 2015 – With a growing user base and a new round of funding, Truly Wireless is rapidly changing how business users manage calls on their smartphones. When the company’s existing cloud communications platform provider lacked the telecom quality and reliability necessary to serve its enterprise-grade customer base, it integrated Bandwidth’s network and platforms to deliver a high-quality calling experience for its business users.

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