Well, what a year that was! Here we are, January 2021, still connecting with colleagues and clients on video calls, asking if they can hear us or telling us we’re on mute. If I’d have given my 2020 predictions a year ago, I don’t think a lot of them would come close to how it actually panned out.
You may have noticed that last month, our logos on social media turned from purple to green. We changed our logos to reflect us being given a Green Economy Mark by London Stock Exchange.
Getting a mark is pretty important to us and we wanted to share the news with our network.
Our logos have now changed back to purple, but not by any means does that mean we’re no longer green!
Who knew the 12 days of Christmas ends on 5th Jan anyway?
Each day, on the 12 days CloudCall, we looked back at some of our greatest achievements and announcements from 2020, with a few festive messages thrown in there too.
We created a special GIF for each day and have complied our top ones here for you in case you missed any over the last two weeks. Read More
Psst. Have you heard? Broadcast SMS for Salesforce is here!
Broadcast SMS is a great way for Salesforce users to contact their network.
You’ve probably noticed by now that we’ve gone green. We changed our logos to reflect being given a Green Economy Mark by London Stock Exchange.
It’s pretty important for us to be green. Let us tell you why.
Saving the planet
Obviously sat at the top, number one, head of the table as to why it’s important to be green; is saving the planet. We were given the Green Economy Mark because over 50% of our revenue is from environmental solutions.
Reducing our waste, reusing where we can and recycling all over our offices helps us to shrink our carbon footprint. Read More
You’ve probably noticed by now that we’ve gone green.
Our social media logos have turned from purple to green, as we have been given the Green Economy Mark by London Stock Exchange. But what is it and why?
We won’t keep you in suspense, watch our newest video below to find out more.
Have you noticed? Green is the new purple, so they say…. or maybe they don’t. Anyway, we’ve gone green!
This month, we have decided to go green, to highlight being presented with London Stock Exchange’s Green Economy Mark. But, ‘What does that mean?’, we hear you ask.
The Green Economy Mark recognises London-listed equity issuers, who make over 50% of their total revenue from environmentally positive goods, products and services. Basically, this means, we’re pretty green.
Our CEO Simon Cleaver said “We’re ecstatic to be given the Green Economy Mark. The Mark not only shows how hard we have worked behind-the-scenes, constantly taking actions to be green, but also highlights the importance of supporting environmental causes.
“We aim to reduce our carbon footprint as a company as much as possible over the coming months and years. I can’t wait to see the progress CloudCall will have made in just a couple of years’ time.”
Companies considering the size of their carbon footprint is becoming increasingly important to investors. London Stock Exchange created the Mark to help investors identify an investible universe of ‘green economy’ equities and which companies have made significant adjustments to become green.
Over the next few weeks, we will be explaining a little bit more about the Green Economy Mark, what it means for us to receive it and also, how you yourself can go green.
Paul Clark has shared his perspective, as Chief Technology Officer, on the upcoming Microsoft Teams integration for CloudCall. He sheds some light on where the inspiration for the platform has come from and the functionality that is being created. Read More
As a result of COVID-19, more teams have taken to working remotely and collaborating via software such as Microsoft Teams. In fact, Teams reported astonishing growth from 20 million active users in 2019 to over 75 million in April 2020. Recently, they have released additional figures which show a record of 2.7 billion meeting minutes in one day, a 200 percent increase from 900 million in mid-March. Read More