If you were to trust in the media, you could not be faulted for believing that email is dead and the future of electronic communication is all messaging and group chat apps. But the opposite is true.
For like a year and a half Silicon Valley started spreading the gospel that messaging was set to revolutionize the use of mobile devices, ushering in the post-app era.
As part of the next more extensive update of Windows 10, Microsoft has announced an interesting new messaging feature.
Despite ongoing attacks from the world of (instant) messaging, email remains a central pillar of workplace communication.
If the second wave of the Internet was all about mobile, then the third wave is the Internet of Things (IoT), which includes billions of new sensors and devices connected to the global network. Retarus SMS Services for IoT messaging can provide virtually unlimited capacity to send and receive A2P SMS messages.