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Sinch, a cloud communications provider, has announced that its Sinch Contact Pro solution which enables omnichannel customer care at scale, is now available as an SAP Endorsed App on the SAP® Store.   SAP Endorsed Apps are products from SAP’s community of partners that support clients in becoming smarter and better-run businesses. A select group of 30 SAP partners are endorsed by SAP, with Sinch Contact Pro being the sole approved contact center solution. SAP® S/4HANA®, SAP CRM and SAP Service Cloud are all compatible with the Sinch Contact Pro solution.   SAP-endorsed applications are designed to provide value and achieve the desired results rapidly and efficiently. With extra security, in-depth testing and evaluations against benchmark results, these solutions have been rigorously examined and certified by SAP. The fact that this Sinch solution successfully passed all testing demonstrates the value that Sinch Contact Pro offers SAP clients as a cutting-edge…

DIDWW, a global telecom operator that provides premium quality VoIP and SIP trunking services, has announced its latest integration with Zapier, a leading web-based automation platform. This partnership will enable DIDWW customers to automate their workflows using DIDWW SMS and Voice services and seamlessly connect to a huge variety of prominent business and productivity applications. Acting as an efficient translator between web APIs (Application Programming Interfaces), Zapier’s platform provides easy access to thousands of the most popular apps, such as Salesforce CRM, Google Sheets, Slack, Trello, WhatsApp, Telegram and Facebook Messenger. Zapier enables sophisticated and highly scalable interactions between tools and online services that would not otherwise communicate with one another. Customers can conveniently automate recurring tasks and business processes, thereby saving time and increasing productivity. Zapier’s integration with DIDWW’s SMS and Voice services offers customers a whole new world of possibilities. This solution enables non-SMS apps to…

Working from home is the new normal, as most of society has recently discovered. However, as this new routine has set in, the problem of achieving a proper work–life balance has also barged through the door. The abrupt transition to remote work has obscured the physical and psychological barrier that existed between home and the workplace.   At first, the opportunity for the workers to work from home was seen as a positive aspect that promotes work-life balance. However, unfavorable indications emerged over time, since family and professional commitments sometimes tug employees in opposite directions. Full article: https://voip.review/2022/02/21/find-work-life-balance-working-home/ The telecom industry is responsible for keeping the globe linked through communications services. There are many aspects of these services that we take for granted, from private calls to business interactions. However, it is only because of the telecom sector that we are able to swiftly connect to individuals all over the…

Meta was fined €265 million by Irish regulators on Monday. This is the company’s latest penalty for violating rigorous European Union data privacy regulations.    According to the Data Protection Commission (DPC), Meta Platforms Inc. violated parts of the EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which require technological and organizational measures to secure user data.   The authority began looking into press reports that user data for more than 533 million people was discovered to have been leaked online last year. This information was detected on a website for hackers, and includes names, Facebook IDs, phone numbers, residences, birthdates and email addresses of individuals from more than 100 different countries.   The DPC investigation discovered that Meta’s Facebook Search, Facebook Messenger Contact Importer and Instagram Contact Importer capabilities did not adhere to GDPR rules between May 25, 2018 and September 19, 2019.   According to Meta, the information was “scraped”…

 DIDWW, a global provider of premium quality cloud communication services, has announced the expansion of its two-way SIP trunking solution by adding Georgia, Turkey and Slovenia to its local call termination coverage. Serving as an efficient replacement for traditional telephony, this solution offers virtually unlimited call capacity, flexible SIP trunk settings, truly local dialing and premium voice quality. The DIDWW SIP trunking service is delivered over a private, global IP network, which ensures the highest level of security and reliability. In addition, DIDWW has built its SIP trunking solution to address the needs of telco operators and businesses of all sizes and help to effortlessly expand their voice communications all around the world.   With the recent additions of Georgia, Turkey and Slovenia to their local dialing coverage, the DIDWW local termination service is now available in 41 countries. Tadas Urbietis, Carrier Relations Manager at DIDWW, added, “We…

What if one day there was no Internet? The Web as we know it would be gone for good. Sites like Facebook, Twitter and Google would only exist in the memories of people who lived through the Great Disconnection. The Internet is the greatest invention and technological revolution since the printing press. Since its creation, we’ve built our whole lives around this innovation, depending on it for almost everything. But what would happen if the Internet was no more? What would life be like without the Internet? The thought experiment There are no attempts to dismantle the Internet that we are aware of, therefore you have nothing to be concerned about. But isn’t it fascinating to consider what might happen if the Internet would suddenly shut down? If the Internet suddenly went down at this very moment, we wouldn’t make a huge issue out of it, as it happens sometimes,…

T-Mobile gives an AI wildfire detection system access to 5G T-Mobile US, the disaster-focused tech startup Pano AI, and Portland General Electric have collaborated to install a network of 5G-connected cameras near Portland, Oregon. The cameras are linked to an AI detection system that watches for the earliest indications of wildfires so that the emergency services can respond to these possible emergencies more quickly than they would otherwise. Given the horrific wildfires that have ravaged the United States in recent years, systems such as these have the potential to be extremely valuable. Read more at: https://tinyurl.com/yr7xr3ac European telecoms testing holographic calls Together with Matsuko, Telefónica, Orange, Deutsche Telekom and Vodafone are creating a platform that will connect the physical and digital worlds via a mobile connection. The experimental platform takes advantage of 5G connectivity, which has a fast speed, high bandwidth and low latency. The system produces a 2D video…

The metaverse, a product of today’s Internet, is being welcomed as the next phase of communications, promising superior online experiences in a shared virtual world. Some have dubbed it as the “Internet on steroids,” since instead of merely reading text and viewing videos, individuals would be able to participate in virtual realms thanks to technology like 3D and artificial intelligence. The metaverse, one of the trendiest tech buzzwords at the moment, promises a future in which the virtual and real worlds are intricately linked. So, what role will telecommunications companies play in this possible future? What is the metaverse? The Metaverse – a combination of “meta” (beyond) and “verse” (universe) – sounds like something out of a science fiction novel. And that is actually the case. The term “Metaverse” first appeared in Neal Stephenson’s 1992 cyberpunk novel Snow Crash. However, the science fiction metaverse and the Metaverse envisioned by Facebook (now…