January 19, 2016 | Press Release


Vice President of Product & Carrier Strategy, Nick Sgroi, to address the financial and time costs of robocalls and traffic pumping

San Francisco, CA - (PRWEB) - January 19, 2016

Call fraud is a growing corporate problem that costs companies millions. To help the communications and marketing industries solve this growing issue, Bandwidth will be presenting a series of strategies at the Call Marketing Conference, taking place this week in San Francisco.

January 15, 2016 | News Coverage


From LightReading

WebRTC gives users the ability to share video, audio and data with each other directly in a browser without installing any plug-ins, apps or software. Users simply go the same URL and open a channel.

Businesses care about WebRTC because it is entirely peer-to-peer, which lowers bandwidth costs. Also, WebRTC delivers better performance and lower latency than traditional conferencing solutions. And WebRTC allows people to exchange data quickly; for instance, instead of uploading a file to a server for your trading partner to retrieve, you can bypass the server and send the file straight to your partner's browser through WebRTC.

January 8, 2016 | News Coverage


From Programmable Web

In a recent move to improve communications between freight carriers and transport logistics companies, McLeod Software leveraged the power of APIs, according to a recent post by Beth Schultz for No Jitter.

In spring of 2015, McLeod began offering SMS integration for its ERP systems, with the company’s freight broker software PowerBroker serving as the leading use case. PowerBroker matches freight with carriers to simplify the process when the logistics companies don’t own the trucks or employ the drivers.

November 24, 2015 | News Coverage


From Huffington Post

As part of my research on the impact of technology on conversation and relationships in the workplace, I recently came across an important term: telepressure. According to Larissa K. Barber and Alecia M. Santuzzi, professors at Northern Illinois University, and the authors of a study published this year in the Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, telepressure is, "the combination of the preoccupation and urge to immediately respond to work-related email messages." And it leads to individual and organizational ill-health.

November 13, 2015 | News Coverage


From Entrepreneur

Here’s an idea for 2016 -- tell your employees to drop all their projects cold turkey for two weeks. No more meetings, status reports or fixing production issues. Tell your employees that they have two weeks to work on something totally different. The only two requirements are that they learn something new and that the project be somehow (or someday) related to the company’s business. Other than that, it’s totally up to them.