To be, or not to be, that is the question… at least when it comes to being at the office. The discussion of where to work from has become a hot topic lately. And needless to say, the winds are blowing in the direction of people wanting to be able to work more from home … Continued
Cloud communication blog
Taking a sledgehammer to crack a nut is rarely a good idea. All that wasted energy simply can’t be justified. Similarly, imposing a monolithic technological solution on a business which simply doesn’t need it, amounts to over-engineered folly. So it often is with contact centres. Back in the day, there was only one way: a hard-wired, mega-capacity network connection; eye-watering call-handling complexity; and wallet-draining implementation management that took months to deliver. The cloud has changed all of that, of course. Or has it?
Brussels, October 5, 2021 - Destiny, European provider of secure cloud and business communications for SME’s, is acquiring Belgian managed hosting provider Stuart from Antwerp. Destiny now adds a leading Belgian player in cloud infrastructure and managed hosting to the group, after a series of foreign acquisitions earlier this year that saw Destiny become Europe's largest UcaaS provider.
Telepo, part of the Destiny Group - a European provider of secure cloud and business communication -, adds Poly as a strategic partner to its Telepo Alliance Program. Launched in May 2021, the Alliance Program is a program that provides a Telepo system and framework to allow vendors to interop and validate their products against the latest generally available Telepo products and applications. The purpose of the program is to build a strong partner network of like minded technology vendors and Poly was a natural choice to be one of the first partners, with many Telepo service providers already using Poly products.