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Dialpad, a leading AI-Powered Customer Intelligence Platform, has announced updates to their open app ecosystem. These advancements make it easier for customers to integrate their workflows and apps into a single effective workplace and adjust their workflows for improved communications and cooperation.   The App Marketplace includes integrations with Microsoft Teams, Microsoft Dynamics, and the newly added Bullhorn, ServiceNow, HubSpot, as well as Google ChromeOS Desk Connector. Customers may now consolidate all of their daily tasks into one pane thanks to these integrations. Customers may also quickly search for and find available  solutions based on  use cases or specific industry requirements.   Dialpad combines the most advanced AI Contact Center, AI Sales, AI Voice, AI Meetings and AI Messaging solutions in one. With over 3.5 billion minutes of real-time AI data, Dialpad is the only AI-powered customer intelligence company that is partnered across multiple Google business sectors, including Google Cloud,…

DT to reduce energy use in Germany by 10% Deutsche Telekom has announced its latest environmental goals, including a commitment to cut energy use in its home market by at least 10% by 2024. The company intends to achieve this by retiring outdated systems, such as the PSTN, and transitioning to more efficient technologies, such as 5G mobile. In addition, DT intends to double its energy efficiency improvements by the same target date. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/49u8red3 Exoprise announces its latest Service Watch release The most recent Service Watch version from Exoprise gives business IT and UC teams the ability to examine the complete network route for every UC application for each user on each network. Businesses of all sizes may effectively adapt to an expanding UCaaS market with Service Watch DEM with RUM + Robots, thanks to the enhanced scalability, flexibility and cost-efficiency. No matter the location, network or…

Enterprise networking and security leader Cisco, has unveiled a new, expanded Secure Access Service Edge (SASE) offering. This is a step for Cisco towards radically simplifying security and networking by helping network operations (NetOps) and security operations (SecOps) teams securely connect users to applications.   Cisco delivers the capacity to purchase all of the key components of a SASE product in a one-stop offering, making it easy to transition to a single subscription service in the future. Cisco provides all key elements of the SASE architecture, including best-in-class networking, remote access, cloud security, zero trust network access, and observability. Cisco aims to incorporate these components into a single subscription service and provide seamless, secure access to any application on any network or cloud, wherever end users are located.   According to Cisco, the reason for combining all SASE components into one package is that it allows companies a shorter time-to-market.…