Beginning Oct. 26th and ending the 29th, Jive will be in booth 28 at the ACUTA Fall Seminar in Boston. It’s not too late to sign up with ACUTA’s onsite registration, so we hope you’ll come swing by and say hello!
Over the summer, the FCC Board of Commissioners made major changes to the E-Rate program, which will affect all participating schools and libraries. While some of these changes will increase the availability of certain technologies, it’s important to know that funding for other services will be gradually phased out.
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In essence, this feature allows a user to see the big picture of your organization’s call flow and customize it, however simple or complex you want it to be.
Because education is one of Jive’s top priorities, we’ve taken a keen interest in the E-Rate process and its benefits. We know schools rely on technology to prepare their students for the future. But that technology doesn’t come cheap, and school budgets are strained as it is without adding upgrade costs.
So why all the hype around UCaaS (Unified Communications as a Service)? Jive explains the benefits of UCaaS and why it’s an $88B business.
“You can practice shooting eight hours a day, but if your technique is wrong, then all you become is very good at shooting the wrong way. Get the fundamentals down and the level of everything you do will rise.” – Michael Jordan
The Find Me/Follow Me feature is a game changer for school employees. It allows anyone on the system to customize their phone so they may be reached at different locations and on any Jive enabled device.
Picture it: A teacher is frustrated. She’s been having trouble with her voicemail settings. Parents keep complaining that they can’t get to her voicemail when they call—the line simply disconnects, or sometimes gives a disconcerting error message.
May I find out the top 5 questions asked by our potential clients? Yes you may! You might be wondering the same thing.