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GoTo, a platform for Unified Communications as a Service (UCaaS) and enterprise IT support, has announced the availability of IT helpdesk capability within GoTo Connect. End users may now submit a ticket from within the GoTo app, enhancing GoTo’s proficiency in IT support and administration and offering a consolidated view geared to help IT managers speed up response time.    Bringing flagship GoTo Resolve capability into GoTo Connect is one of many ways the firm has united its portfolio to maintain its dominance as the only vendor merging communications and IT support in one application.   In addition to putting key support functions inside GoTo Connect, GoTo has made it easier than ever for IT managers to combine their most important support and communication needs with a new GoTo Essentials bundle offering. Since GoTo is the only supplier that includes phones, meetings, messaging, and helpdesk ticketing in one application, customers…

GoTo Connect, a unified communication solutions provider that delivers configurable, scalable, all-in-one cloud phone and meeting systems with everything companies need to connect from anywhere, has teamed up with CallRevu, an industry leader in automobile call monitoring and analytics.   CallRevu can now gather high-quality call data and precise telephony information through its interface with GoTo Connect, allowing for better conversational analysis. These advanced call analytics provide a deeper understanding of the customer’s interaction with the dealer, which is a highly useful strategic resource.   The CallRevu and GoTo Connect integration offers retailers access to their phone systems from any device, allowing them to manage their phone systems digitally and deliver a consistent user experience. The digital phone solution gives dealerships more control over phone management and improved accessibility.   Jack Holcomb, General Manager, New Smryna Chevrolet Chrysler Jeep Dodge, commented: “Since moving to CallRevu and GTC, we have witnessed…

GoTo, the company known for simplifying IT management, support, and business communication with its flagship products GoTo Resolve, Rescue, and GoTo Connect, has announced an array of nearly 40 new features across its product portfolio. As part of the company’s tri-annual release cadence, these latest additions aim to provide customers with enhanced capabilities for managing, securing, and connecting their businesses with ease.

GoTo, a supplier of IT management, support and corporate communication services through its flagship products, has announced GoTo Customer Engagement. This multi-channel solution combines GoTo Connect’s telephone system and customer communication tools, analytics and digital platform to help organizations reach a larger audience and build their business.   By providing a single, user-friendly inbox for handling different communications channels such as phone, SMS, webchat and social media, this solution enables organizations to engage with consumers more effectively. This service enables businesses to contact their consumers wherever they are, increasing the likelihood of a response.   Businesses may interact more effectively with GoTo Customer Engagement by including webchat, social media and SMS into their channel mix. The system is simple to implement and operate, making modernizing company communications a breeze. The shared inbox also enables several team members to handle customer inquiries and respond to queries and comments swiftly, regardless of…

Contributed by Maor Efrati, CTO at monogoto My generation grew up in the early days of the internet and global connectivity. The only truly global network was the phone network. Any content or other service was provided by a local operator.   We saw the internet as a global network but mostly as a way to share and access information. A huge revolution parallel to the WWW was the OTT ‘over the top’. It’s not an information revolution but a brand new business model for a whole new set of companies to become a service provider without a physical connection to the consumer. OTT has revolutionized the way many businesses operate. In the early 2000s, operators and service providers generated most of their income from all kinds of content: TV, Voice, SMS, Ringtones, Stickers, etc. The internet brought a new wave of companies, technically new service providers, companies that…

Europe’s leading Internet of Things event IoT Tech Expo Europe 2018 brought together thousands of enthusiasts and specialists from a variety of industries including manufacturing, transport, healthcare, logistics, energy and automotive to discuss the ever-increasing potential of IoT. Among the 300+ exhibitors at the event in Amsterdam, a rising star in the industry, monogoto, made a revolutionary move by launching its new flat rate data plans for IoT connectivity. “We are happy to introduce a ‘pay once and forget’ business model, where the IoT community can pay $10 and get a SIM card with a ‘lifetime’ 10 years of connectivity,” said Itamar Kunik, Chief Executive Officer at monogoto. “With this new pricing, appliance companies, OEMs and developers can now offer connected devices with  pre-installed SIM cards, and not be concerned with high monthly recurring data costs.” monogoto is a one-stop shop that covers the complete range of IoT connectivity requirements,…

Deutsche Telekom named the most valuable brand in Europe The Brand Finance Global 500 has rated Deutsche Telekom (DT) the most valuable brand in Europe, bringing it up six places to 11th overall. The company ranks second amongst worldwide telecoms, trailing only Verizon and ahead of AT&T. Only Samsung, the Industrial and Commercial Bank of China and TikTok break the US company’s dominance of the top 10 most valuable brands in the world. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/57u59bbw e& increases stake in Vodafone to 12% In recent years, Vodafone has suffered financial setbacks and investors have pushed the corporation to make adjustments and restore its fortunes. e& (previously Etisalat), one of Vodafone’s investors, has purchased a nearly 10% share in the company for £3.3 billion and has since steadily raised its stake to 12%. The transaction will provide e& with considerable exposure to a global leader in connectivity and digital services,…

GoTo introduces over 30 new features GoTo has revealed over 30 new features across its IT management, support, and unified communications solutions. The new features include GoTo Resolve and Zendesk connectivity for remote support sessions and automated session tracking. Also, Rescue and Google Translate integration, GoTo Customer Engagement, and OpenAI’s ChatGPT integration to produce custom content. Other additions include enhanced call statistics, a centralized security dashboard, and customized surveys. The new features are intended to help consumers and IT teams save time and money while boosting productivity, usability, and the customer experience. Read the full article. Virsae and Hammer team up for a 360-degree cloud contact center experience Virsae and Hammer have collaborated to introduce Outside In – Inside Out, a 360-degree consumer and agent experience solution for contact centers. The service delivers a unified view across on-premise, cloud-based, and hybrid infrastructures, allowing network readiness evaluations, customer journey discovery and…

T-Mobile’s data breach affected 37 million customers A major data breach impacting 37 million T-Mobile users has been revealed. The hack, which was discovered on January 5th, is thought to have started on November 25th, 2022. An application programming interface (API) was taken advantage of by a hacker to attain unauthorized access to client data. The breach allowed access to names, billing addresses, emails, phone numbers, dates of birth and T-Mobile account numbers, but did not reveal payment card information, social security, tax, driver’s license, or other government-issued ID numbers. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/mtsr7tkm Microsoft makes a multibillion-dollar investment in OpenAI Microsoft has made an undisclosed multibillion-dollar investment in OpenAI, the developer of the popular artificial intelligence service ChatGPT. This expenditure is Microsoft’s largest bet on AI technology to date. The AI platform will be used with a variety of consumer and commercial products, including Office software and the Bing…