Microsoft Office Teams: Your New, More Collaborative Workspace



Skype for Business will soon be integrated into Microsoft Office Teams, creating a single collaboration platform. What does that mean for your business? By incorporating Skype for Business’ features, Microsoft Teams can become an even more comprehensive, collaborative environment. A Microsoft Teams upgrade can give your organization everything it needs to facilitate fast, effective communication. 

Microsoft Teams vs Slack: How They Stack Up

In 2013, the cloud-based collaborative tool Slack set its targets on disrupting the enterprise productivity market.  An acronym of "Searchable Log of All Conversation and Knowledge," Slack is an all-in-one cloud-based platform through which employees can quickly communicate and organize. As a freemium product, Slack is used by many small businesses and startups -- but Microsoft Teams is quickly gaining traction as well.

Webex vs Skype - Which Makes Sense for Your Business?

We already know how important web conferencing is to today’s mobile workforce. Two of the best and most popular web conferencing services on the market today are Cisco’s WebEx and Microsoft’s Skype for Business products. Both are cloud-based software products that bring the power of remote conferencing to businesses of all sizes and types. Millions of people all over the globe use both products to stay connected. 

How to Use Skype for Business More Effectively

How to Use Skype for Business More EffectivelyRemote teams come together on Skype for Business. While the tool is effective for running meetings, brainstorming, or other team collaborations, there are a few tricks to optimize the platform. This article will teach you what you need to know about how to use Skype for Business.

Have a Remote Workforce? You'll Love These Skype for Business Features

Have a Remote Workforce You'll Love These Skype for Business FeaturesIt seems like everyone works remotely these days. What dispersed teams won’t tell you is that fostering collaboration between on-site and off-site employees can be very challenging. Communication is hard enough when everyone is in the same room!