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April 23, 2012 09:00 AMTelephony has certainly done its share of morphing during the last decade, as IP networks have invaded pretty much all communications spaces. The traditional PBX has given way to server-based voice systems, and wireless networking has stretched the paradigm even further. Enter both the cloud and mobile apps, and we have RingCentral’s latest strike in the battle for ever-more-powerful business communications.
July 30, 2010 12:00 PMThe great thing about GoogleDocs is that it's free. The even better thing about GoogleDocs is that storage is also free. The bad thing about GoogleDocs is that it lacks all of the controls IT demands, such as security, backup and recovery, at least until now. Aprigo, Inc. introduced Aprigo NINJA for Google Docs. The tool enables IT to provide data governance for unstructured data in the company's Google Apps domain. With Aprigo Ninja, IT managers can view and approve permissions, as well as define how unstructured data, such as e-mail, messages, presentations, text documents, images, audio and video files are stored and shared.
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