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Tomomi is Joining Developer Relations Team!

August 31, 2016 Published by //

Hello World! Hello, my name is Tomomi, a.k.a. girlie_mac on Twitter and other social media (but girliemac, sans underscore on GitHub and my domain name, girliemac.com). I am very excited to join the Developer Relations team at Nexmo! I live in foggy San Francisco and have been here since well before the tech Gold Rush. […]
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New Nexmo Voice API in Public Beta

August 25, 2016 Published by // //

Today we’re pleased to offer Public Beta access to the brand new Nexmo Voice API. It was built from the ground up to enable you to build high-quality voice applications with the web technologies and frameworks you’re already using. I thought I’d give you a taste of some of the new concepts and provide a […]
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CentraCX Scales IVR & SMS Solutions Globally with Nexmo APIs

August 24, 2016 Published by //

CentraCX is a multi-channel, cloud-based customer feedback management platform for enterprises. The platform captures feedback through voice (IVR), SMS, email and web surveys, analyses the results for trends and insights and then distributes this information across an organisation. The Challenge With operations in Australia and New Zealand, CentraCX looked to push their product line into […]
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How Secure is SMS-Based 2-Factor Authentication?

August 8, 2016 Published by //

Many business are looking to secure their users by strengthening the authentication process on their web and mobile applications. SMS-based one time passwords (OTPs) are among the top considerations to bolster typical username, password combinations to authenticate users today. SMS 2FA is easy to implement, cost-effective and provides an experience that users are accustomed to. […]
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Nexmo and Tilda, the EMF Camp Badge

August 3, 2016 Published by //

I’m super excited. Just 3 more days to go until EMF Camp. EMF is one of my favourite events. A friend once used the term “Glastonbury for Geeks” and I think he’s about right. Take away the bands and replace it with drones, laser cutters and random radio networks, and you’ve got pretty much the […]
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