In Context

The next-generation communications blog from Nexmo

Category: SMS

Sending SMS messages with PHP

September 20, 2017 Published by // // // //

The Nexmo SMS API allows you to send an SMS and receive an SMS by interacting with a simple, HTTP based API. You can read the docs if you’re interested but there’s no need to thanks to the Nexmo PHP client, which handles talking to the API for you. Prerequisites You’ll need PHP installed before […]
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Bots and AI: Bot Messaging vs. Push Notifications vs. SMS

September 14, 2017 Published by // // // //

With so many channels available to deliver messages to users these days—SMS, email, push notifications, and so on—where does bot messaging fit in? And how different from the other channels is it really from a tech standpoint? CEO/Co-Founder of The Bot Platform Syd Lawrence and Microsoft Technical Evangelist Martin Beeby shared their viewpoints in a […]
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The Weak Link in 2FA? Perfectionism.

September 6, 2017 Published by // // //

It might be a cliché to call web security an arms race, but like all good clichés, it’s based in truth. While it’s hard for even the best-known tech firms to secure their properties entirely, there are simple steps beyond standard passwords that you can take to protect your site’s users. Passwords alone are no […]
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3 Tactics to Make Your Contact Center Millennial-friendly

June 6, 2017 Published by // // // // //

Have you heard? Voice is the hot new thing. We speak to machines with the same ease as when we’re conversing with humans. Yet something curious is happening: people are making fewer voice calls. In 2014, a Gallup poll found that 68% of American 18- to 29-year-olds—the oft-maligned, yet frequently exalted Millennials—had used text messaging a […]
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