Forward-thinking companies cannot rely on old technologies or ways of working.
The days of a fixed, desk-based workforce are numbered. The rise in remote and flexible working – and digitally smart employees – means organisations need to rethink what teamwork means to their business. Collaboration tools bring a wealth of opportunities to improve productivity, introduce virtual teams and reduce costs.
Conversations can move intuitively between desktops and mobile devices, virtual meetings can be convened spontaneously and enriched with high definition video and media, decisions can be made instantly and work conducted anywhere.
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Collaboration tools are specifically designed to support a dispersed workforce, bringing together Voice, Video, Messaging, Presence and Conferencing into a single, seamless platform empowering your people to work effectively as a team, regardless of physical location.
This report outlines how to build a successful collaboration strategy, identifying key challenges and benefits, as well as tools at your disposal.
Lines, minutes, ISDN, SIP and non geographic numbers
Face to face virtual meetings, including chat, document sharing
Including email, instant messaging and presence
High definition video conferencing
Online collaboration, version control and multi-user editing
Including Teams, Yammer, Outlook, Excel, Word, Powerpoint and Delve
Help your team have great conversations
Great conversations help build relationships, improve responsiveness and make us all more effective. Too often, new technologies become a barrier to – rather than an enabler of – great conversations.
This guide examines what you can do to ensure that your users can have the conversations they want and outlines six key strategies for successful conversations.