Tuesday, November 18th, 2014 .

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UberConference is proud to be offered as a part of Sprint’s Google Apps for Work package. Now, Sprint business customers can optimize their Google Apps experience with robust conferencing features offered by UberConference. This builds on Sprint’s mobile-centric solution of Google Apps for Work, which is part of the as-a-service portfolio, OfficeFuelTM from Sprint Business.

“Sprint is committed to building a comprehensive mobile-centric Google Apps for Work offer and adding UberConference to our portfolio of value-added services helps us achieve that goal,” said Mike Fitz, vice president of business solution commercialization, Sprint Business. “Businesses will benefit from our combination of aggressive wireless pricing plans and robust cloud-based collaboration tools that help businesses remove obstacles for their employees and encourage them to work better together.”

Sprint offers a robust package in their Google Apps for Work suite. In addition to the great conferencing features offered by UberConference, Sprint for Business users get Carefree Cloud to help companies roll out these new products seamlessly within their company. Sprint for Business customers get 24/7 admins and end user support for both Google Apps for Work and UberConference.

In addition to their strong mobile assistance program, Sprint includes single sign-on and domain services. We look forward to hearing how the tools offered by UberConference and Sprint help make your meetings more productive.

Be sure to let us know how you’re using @UberConference in conjunction with @Sprint!

Friday, March 15th, 2013 .

UberConference is about simplicity. So when you invite someone to a conference call, we make sure they get notified either by email or by text. Although this works great for the vast majority of your contacts, there are a few technology lovers out there with more than one or two phone numbers (our very own Craig Walker comes to mind :-). In such cases, you may not want them to be notified about the same conference call on all of their phones.

Starting today, when you schedule a call on UberConference, you can mouse over the attendees that you invite and see the option to select which of them you want to receive notifications and to which phones and email addresses if they have several. This choice is sticky, so we will remember it for you for future invitations.


Hope you like it. As usual, we would love to hear your feedback if you have any.

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012 .

Things are really rolling here at UberConference. And now it seems we’ve made it to the finals for the Cloud Awards!

In case you didn’t know, the Cloud Awards identify and celebrate excellence in the field of cloud computing, with categories including Best Cloud Infrastructure, Data Innovation of the Year, Developer of the Year, Most Promising Startup (that’s what we’re up for), Web Services Excellence and Best Software as a Service.

Cloud Awards organizer Larry Johnson has said, “The standard of entries this year was truly incredible – Efficiency, agility and an ability to leverage all of the positive attributes of cloud technologies are what set the organizations in this shortlist apart from any other.”

UberConference is at the forefront of key trends that are changing the way people communicate in business. In searching for solutions that are simple, flexible, and cost effective, businesses are moving their telephony services to the cloud as supporting technologies evolve and solutions become more stable.

Thursday, August 8th, 2013 .

This week, UberConference, Zendesk and Esna announced that they’re joining the Cloud Alliance. Other notable members include Insightly (CRM for Google Apps), Smartsheet (Apps-integrated project management), Yesware (Gmail productivity for sales) and LucidChart. The resellers in the UberConference Google Apps reseller program can connect you with the Cloud Alliance partners.

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“We’re thrilled to add Zendesk, Esna and UberConference to the Cloud Alliance,” said David Politis, Chairman of the Alliance and CEO of founding member, BetterCloud. “These companies are three of the most dynamic players in this space and we’re confident their contributions to the Alliance will help to further our agenda of advocating for Google Apps specifically and cloud technology in general.”

Google Apps has 5 million businesses as customers, including 66% of the Top 50 startups, and 72 of the Top 100 Universities.

The Google Apps software marketplace has exploded recently. Although there are hundreds of apps in the Google Apps store, a select group of trusted independent software vendors formed the Cloud Alliance, to serve the unique needs of I.T. administrators and Google Apps end-users.

In addition to key whitepapers on Google Apps administration and product demos, the Cloud Alliance website contains webinar replays and the First Annual Benchmark Report For Google Apps. It’s a must-have for any company that’s gone Google, or is even considering it.

Want to receive updates from the Cloud Alliance to learn how you can better meet the needs of your Google Apps users? Click here.