Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Friday, May 28, 2021
I know that so far there have been many terrible things happening in 2020 and how our day to day is going has changed due to COVID. But with Thanksgiving coming up I believe it’s important to take a step back and give thanks for what we do have.
At RingCentral, we feel especially thankful for our customers, our partners, and our incredible developer community. As a part of our community, we are thankful for you and all that you do to drive RingCentral, technology, and communications forward.
As we look at not just the friendships formed over this year, we are incredibly thankful for a community that is so inclusive and supportive of each other. A community that writes articles and creates videos to share how they created apps or different ways they used RingCentral APIs so that others can replicate it and even customize it for themselves.
A community that helps other developers that are stuck and trying to figure out what they might have missed through our live chat and forums. It is truly inspiring seeing how much they do to help support each other and the community as a whole.
It is thanks to people like you that I was able to start playing around and learn to code. We have some wonderful leaders that really go above and beyond and I would be remiss to not call them out for all the time they’ve given to support the community.
Our community is the reason our team strives tirelessly to improve and provide new and revolutionary features. You’re the reason RingCentral has become one of the most awarded communication platform for developers over the last three years (including winning Best Developer Dashboard and being a finalist for Best Developer Documentation at this year’s DevPortal Awards!).
I also want to take a second to give an extra shout out to those in our Game Changers program, and 2020’s Game Changers (the highest tier in the program) — Anirban Sen, Eric Mann, Rito Salomone and Juan Villegas — thank you to for going above and beyond in helping others.
Thank you again for all you do, and for being part of the RingCentral Developers community. We know that together we can tackle anything that comes our way, and continue to improve the way people communicate during a time when communication seems more challenging than ever.
Wishing you all a wonderful Thanksgiving, and a happy holiday season,
Tanja, Mike, and the RingCentral Developers team
Thursday, April 22, 2021
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Friday, January 22, 2021
With the influx of people working from home, many companies that have not considered data privacy have suffered the consequences. Remote work creates soft targets for cyber criminals. Home workers can fall prey to hackers due to less secure home networks, mobile devices, lax authentication protocols and poorly configured virtual private networks.
According to Steve Grobman, McAfee Senior VP & CTO, the cost of cybercrime to the global economy is approximately one trillion dollars. This cost incorporates direct costs but also indirect costs such as opportunity costs, brand reputation and employee morale. The likelihood that your business has and/or will fall victim to an attack is extremely high. John Chambers, former CEO of Cisco, once said “There are two types of companies: those that have been hacked, and those who don’t yet know they have been hacked.” That is why it is vastly important for businesses to take the appropriate safeguards necessary to limit the severity of these attacks. For example, one common tip is to have different passwords for different applications. That way if hackers figure out one password, they will not have access to your entire company’s network, reducing the severity of the attack.
A cyberattack can cause system downtime for, not only your company, but more importantly your customers as well. When sensitive data is stolen the company can lose revenue, damage its credibility, and face legal action. Therefore, even if the cyberattack is quickly resolved, the cost to the business may be substantial.
RSI handles millions of transactions on a daily basis in data
centers geo-located in various regions around the world. These transactions
generally include call logs, call recordings or files that may be sensitive
information. Through strict enforcement of
data policy agreements, latest encryption technologies and multi-factor access
controls many of our cloud partners take security and compliance very
RSI partners with industry leaders in the communication sector including Cisco, RingCentral, Microsoft and Zoom. These companies have gold standard security policies to ensure that they protect customer data. Here is what our partners had to say:
“Cisco solutions provide strong encryption, compliance
visibility and control. Inside your own organization, or even when
collaborating across company lines, you get a hardened collaboration platform
that helps keep your data secure.”
“Microsoft is in a unique position as a cloud provider and security vendor. We leverage global cloud-scale, trillions of signals and deep expertise to build industry-leading security solutions to protect cloud resources.”
“We employ a layered defense throughout our service cloud consisting of border defenses, multi-factor access controls, cloud security infrastructure, host-level defenses, security telemetry and monitoring. Our operational security practices include more than 300 controls that we audit annually."
“Zoom places security as the highest priority in the operations of its suite of products and services. Zoom strives to continually provide a robust set of security features and practices to meet the requirements of businesses for safe and secure collaboration.”
As part of our ongoing commitment to meeting compliance
standards and data privacy agreements, RSI ensures that all employees are
to keep customer data secure from unlawful access by using appropriate safeguards.
This includes, but is not limited to, preventing phishing, social engineering,
compromised passwords, limiting access to sensitive data and ensuring network
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