One of the more common questions I’ve gotten over the last year or so has been now that WebRTC is available in major browsers, isn’t SIP going to go away? As WebRTC is really aimed at the access layer, let’s rephrase this question to: Is WebRTC going to replace SIP at the access layer?
At Jive, we like to keep our heads in the clouds—or Cloud, in our case. Cloud technology has already re-wired the way we live, from social media to file storage to streaming your favorite music and movies. But that’s nothing compared to what’s coming.
Jive Communications is not only solidifying itself in the telecommunications marketplace, but it’s also making its mark on American pop culture. When West Coast Customs’ new season airs this fall, Jive will be featured on one of its episodes to reveal our newest team member—the Jive Jeep.
Channel Partners 2015 is here and our Jive crew is in full force at the Mandalay Bay Expo Hall. This year we made the public debut of the Jive Jeep, a custom build from our friends/clients over at West Coast Customs. We absolutely love having it and it looks great having the suspension all flexed […]
Jive Communications has joined as an official Gold sponsor of the upcoming Channel Partners Conference and Expo and 9th Women in the Channel Networking and Enrichment Event. WiC is a grassroots organization made up of women who are in leadership, ownership and revenue generating roles in the alternate sales channel sector of the telecommunications industry.
Kids around the world are writing their wish lists for Santa. Millennials are creating wish lists, too, but they’re less focused on toys and more on their future. Higher education plays a huge part in that.
For the past several months, Jive employees have been teaming up with United Way to provide tutoring to students at Pony Express Elementary. While Jive provides Hosted VoIP service to many schools throughout the nation, Jive is also committed to helping students within the community. Many of Jive’s employees consider children and their education to be among the top priorities in our society today.
“Corporate culture” is a phrase that gets tossed around quite a bit nowadays, and with good reason. Studies, like the one performed by Professor Charles O’Reilly and his team at Stanford, show that companies walk a thin line between creating a strong internal culture and promoting financial growth, since these two goals are often at odds. However, they also found that companies can achieve both goals—provided that they remain adaptable and pay attention to their employees’ unique strengths.
Kristy needs to check in with a couple clients by early afternoon, and at 2:00 P.M. she has a big conference call in preparation for the big product launch next week. One problem: she’s currently snowed in at home. Her Internet connection is live, so she can send emails. But you can’t email a conference […]