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Communications Developer Zone Week in Review: SaberLogic, CES, net2phone & More

January 07, 2017

Enterprise communications have evolved a great deal in a short time. Whether it’s finding new use cases for WebRTC and leveraging the cloud, or multimedia interactions at the push of a button, the digital transformation is in full swing, in real time. And with the weekend upon us, there’s no better time than the present to take a look at the week that was in communications development: Time for the Week in Review!


Leading off the week, TMC’s Steve Anderson took a look at SaberLogic’s Bezlio, and applications that empower users to expediently transfer data to PCs and other mobile devices – without breaching the firewall.  It employs a token-based system that works with a cloud-based communications network, which allows data to be routed through the cloud, and then the targeted devices via the Bezlio Portal. Everything you need to know is HERE.

CES took place this week, and with it came a cornucopia of announcements in innovation. One of which was Liberty Mutual’s API developer portal, which combines public data with proprietary insurance knowledge.  Apps utilizing the APIs are able to help consumers find safe driving routes, assessing car damage with a smartphone camera and more. TMC’s Doug Mohney has all the details HERE.

One of the primary use cases of today’s communications development is customer service. Companies recognize the importance of providing an exceptional customer experience in an omnichnanel environment. This week net2phone announced the acquisition of LiveNinja which will instantly round out its PicuP platform. Complete coverage is HERE.

The Communications Developer Zone wants to hear from you! If you are working on an interesting project, dabbling in bleeding edge tech or just have something to say on the state of communications development, we welcome and value your input!

Remember to stop by early and often for your fill of all things communications development! See you next week!



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