It’s over – June 2018 is over, and a lot occurred. Here’s a partial listing of the stories and opinions regarding the events of June 2018.
Here’s what’s in the June Quipz.
On the UC front: Unify, Ribbon, and NEC hosted partner events. Polycom did it’s last refresh as a stand-alone company, the last mile got replaced with ear-to-ear, and JITC has a service.
- In Messaging: Android texts the desktop, Slack stopped, Microsoft says BYO SIP, and more.
- In Conferencing: Logitech gets it Right, Lifesize gets a voice, MS reinvents TVs, the Canadians build a wall, Polycom Zooms, Pexip Hangsout, and more.
- In Customer Engagement, Vonage goes all in, Avaya has a new WFO, Serenova launched TelStrat, Zailab loads a partner into its truck, CSI Talkdesk, and more.
- In Provider News: BT slims, Viptela lives, RCS progressing, Colorado breaks the Internet, Apple knows where you are but only when you need it to, and more.
- In Emerging Technologies Alexa listens while you sleep, Google has a new mobile-OS, and more.
- In the Misc category: Smartphones with keyboards, Ribbon cutting, Kubernetes moves to Amazon, G-Cal says no while you are out, and more.
- Ribbon, Microsoft x 3, West, and ALE make some [SIP]wise acquisitions.
- In Financial News, Chirico is the new Loan Arranger, and Dmitry says Bon Vonage.
- 18 links to recommended posts this month
- And more!
The Quipz June 2018 report is 13 pages of easy to skim news, and what you need to know.
Quipz are sent out the first week of every month, recapping and interpreting the most relevant enterprise communications news of the prior month.