In Context

The next-generation communications blog from Nexmo

Bots and AI: Great Bot Use Cases in Production Today

September 7, 2017 Published by // // // //

Every bot developer must contend with the limitations that are inherent in such a relatively new technology. But innovators always find a way to transcend tech limitations and build something remarkable. I asked Microsoft Technical Evangelist Martin Beeby and CTO/Co-Founder of Opearlo Oscar Merry to share examples of great use cases they’ve encountered or built for […]
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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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Nexmo at Android Summit

September 5, 2017 Published by // //

Recently the Android team at Nexmo attended Android Summit in Tysons Corner, Virginia. Organized by the folks at Capital One the conference gathers speakers from around the globe to speak about designing, developing, and testing for Android. As a bonus, proceeds from ticket sales raised $6000 for Women who Code. The conference covered three tracks: […]
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Anatomy of a Voice API: What Is It? How Does It Work? What Can You Do with It?

August 29, 2017 Published by //

As the technology that supports human communication continues to evolve, we’ve come nearly full circle when it comes to speech. Communication via Voice has been under some pretty stiff competition from SMS and other text-based, real-time communications channels in the past few years. But as the original mode of human communication, Voice still has a […]
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