With the growing presence of AI, cyber threats and 5G connections, communication trends are changing rapidly, and appear unlikely to slow down.
Times are hard in the unified communications (UC) and wider tech world right now. Unprecedented growth during the pandemic led many companies to expand and accrue debt, with the assumption that post-pandemic revenue would continue to increase. But as businesses reduce their tech stack in favor of one unified platform, stick with their current provider or — more shockingly — return to their on-premise PBX, many of the biggest UC vendors are struggling to hit their targets and pay off their creditors.
At last, 2022 is winding down — a year of chaos, of disruption in the worst of ways, but also one of coming together and doing good in response.
The game Monopoly is based on an older board game called “The Landlord’s Game.” It had two sets of rules, one favoring social equity and the other more akin to laissez-faire capitalism, where monopolies flourished. In the latter case, competition was crushed, which would hurt the consumers (other players on the board).