Cloud Communications Security: Whose Business Is It, Anyway?

By Myk Konrad | April 11, 2017

Cloud Communications Security Don’t count on cloud providers to provide all your UCaaS security It’s official: Unified Communications-as-a-Service (UCaaS) has arrived as a mainstream technology, with one prominent analyst firm (IDC) going so far as to call 2017 “the year…

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