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What we learned at Enterprise Connect!

Last week at Enterprise Connect in Orlando, we surveyed more than 200 attendees to uncover their use of team collaboration tools and their thoughts on contact center solutions. We asked a random selection of show attendees four key questions: How many chat and team messaging apps do you use at work? Do any functional teams […]

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Why Sameroom + 8x8 = (8x8)!

Hello, my name is Andrei. 8x8 just acquired my startup, Sameroom, and our entire team has joined 8x8’s product strategy group. We’re all really excited and think this is a great move for everyone involved. Let me explain. Sameroom has been operating in a fairly obscure corner of the business collaboration arena: team chat interoperability. Our original […]

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Experience 8x8 Cloud Communications at Enterprise Connect 2017

8x8 is getting ready for next month’s Enterprise Connect, the premier event for enterprise communications and collaboration technology in North America, March 27-30 at the Gaylord Palms Convention Center in Orlando. This will be our best conference presence yet!  Stop by and visit us at booth 1819 for a first-hand experience of 8x8’s leading portfolio […]

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Become a Superhero with 8x8 Virtual Office

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Don’t Give Up an Arm and a Leg to Collaborate!

“As a collaborative leader, you support people in their work —you remove roadblocks and help them win”  Kenneth H. Blanchard, Best-Selling Author Through video conferencing people come together, giving the appearance of being present despite geographical distances. This helps to remove roadblocks and improve business productivity. So it’s no surprise that it’s become a multi-billion-dollar industry. […]

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The Five Timers Club: 8x8 Named a Leader in Unified Communications as a Service by Gartner for the Fifth Consecutive Year

For anyone in enterprise technology, the Gartner Magic Quadrant is an incredibly influential annual report benchmarking the various players in the market. For some end-user companies, “The Leaders,” or those companies in the famous upper right quadrant, become the short list of vendors they evaluate when considering a new system. But this blog post is […]

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