The 2018 projected IT budget is bountiful. To capitalize on this investment, there are a two things IT Directors need to do in their annual budget.
Jive Mobile 3.0 is a marvel in design and engineering. Find out why Jive Mobile is the best Hosted VoIP mobile app available.
Jive’s Hosted VoIP Business phone system is a lot like a body. Just like there are a lot of different parts that are key to make your body function, develop, and thrive, the same goes for a business phone system. Let’s take a look at the different parts of a Jive Hosted VoIP system that […]
Since the beginning, Jive has been doing things differently—and people are beginning to notice. Silicon Slopes published an article about Jive last week highlighting our unique way of doing business. Here at Jive, we are focused on providing the best experience for each person who is involved with us—whether it be our customers or our […]
Jive kicks off its next hardware hackathon in one week. We’re calling it: “Pimp My Pi.” Jive soldiers in the Army of Awesome will risk life and limb to build the pimpin’-est Raspberry Pi-based project ever conceived by a human being, all in hopes of achieving everlasting glory. Each team of developers will be given […]
Culture is a big deal at Jive Communications. Not only do we want to say we offer the absolute best work environment in Utah for developers and engineers, we want to live it. Our goals and aspirations are large, and we have a significant amount of work to do in order to reach them. Regardless, […]
The Spirit of Awesomeness is alive and well at Jive Dev! Yesterday, twenty of our intrepid team members gathered to kick off planning for Jive’s Google I/O 2015 Extended event. In roughly 20 days, we will be kicking open the doors to bring in our peers and associates from throughout the local IT community to […]
Jive proudly sponsored the ng conf 2015 Kids Coding Bootcamp that took place March 5-6 at the Grand America Hotel in Salt Lake City. Using Scratch, a block-based programming language developed at MIT, kids designed their own games, mazes and characters while learning basic programming skills they can build on in the future. This video […]
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?