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You can unlock a powerful new way to communicate with customers, members, partners and anyone else outside your company: SMS texting with Cisco Collaboration tools.
Our customer Deseret First Credit Union provides a fantastic example.
Check out the case studywe published today about DFCU's deployment of our Enterprise Text Messaging Solution for Cisco Collaboration SMS-enablement.
A new wireless age is dawning and enterprises can look forward to new mobile communications more attuned to business needs.
That was the chief message conveyed by Andrew Silver, Tango Networks' Co-founder, CTO and CISO, speaking at the recent Innovate5G conference in Dallas, "Investing in CBRS: LTE Today, 5G Tomorrow."
The story goes that SMS text messaging as a consumer service happened almost by accident.
Originally developed as a way for mobile network engineers to communicate, SMS texting was slowly rolled out to consumer markets, with what seems like low expectations. At first it was expected to be used by a few business executives as a two-way pager system for very important messaging while on the go.
And now two decades in, text messaging is identified as a preferred way for many consumers to interact with businesses.