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Business Communication Vendors to the Rescue in the Age of Coronavirus

Business Communication Vendors to the Rescue in the Age of Corona Virus

Updated 5/29/2020 with Twilio (two entries)
Updated 5/19/2020 with Clarity Wave

As a response to the coronavirus or COVID-19, the “new normal” is remote work, or work from home (WFH). With recommendations to enforce “social distancing,” many organizations are telling employees to work from home, while schools and universities are closing their doors and turning to videoconferencing or distance learning.

In this Executive Insights podcast, BCStrategies' Kevin Kieller and Jim Burton are joined by Patrice Empeigne, VP Technology, Embrava.

In this Executive Insights podcast, BCStrategies' Jim Burton welcomes the father-and-son CEO and President of

Is Now the Time to Consider a Cloud Communications Migration?

Is Now the Time to Consider a Cloud Communications Migration?

There is no time like a crisis to consider the future. Unfortunately, the Coronavirus pandemic has been a wake-up call for the importance of the cloud in support of, or as a replacement for, on-premises communications and customer service systems. The explosion in cloud-based meetings and collaboration services over the past two months catapulted all of us at once into a future that is more cloud-dependent for connecting and conducting business. Across the globe, meetings and collaboration usage has exploded. Usage of Cisco’s Webex Meetings Platform has surged 24 times.

Telework and the Virtual Organization

This white paper has been developed as a result of over 35 years working as remote, telework-enabled professionals, and Abstract has been made available to BCStrategies readers. It will hopefully give the reader an idea of the challenges, pitfalls, benefits and rewards to allow employees to work from their mobile, home and remote offices.

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