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Person working remotely using video conferencing and collaboration system

How to Set Up Your Remote Workers Now

With the news warning us to increase social distance amid the coronavirus fears, more companies are recognizing the need to have their teams work remotely for the foreseeable future. Many are finding themselves unprepared to shift operations out of the office. Working remotely can put a certain strain on the business and the team. If[…]

Man using Microsoft Teams as a business communication and collaboration tool.

Anything Your Phone Can Do Microsoft Teams Can Do Better

Before mobile devices allowed us to answer calls anywhere, we relied on home phones and answering machines. The flexibility and quality offered by cell phones led many people to ditch traditional home phone systems, but office phones remained largely unaffected. Phone services through Microsoft Teams could change that. The calling feature in Microsoft Teams turns[…]

Microsoft Teams for collaboration

Microsoft Teams Guide: Leverage the Latest Collaboration Tool

When you contemplated future technologies as a kid it probably included flying cars, hoverboards and teleportation. This Jetsons-esque life isn’t available (yet) but products that change how we work are. One notable recent release is Microsoft Teams, a platform that provides a new landscape of collaboration and productivity. Teams won’t help you zoom past a[…]

Microsoft Teams is a Slam Dunk

Microsoft Teams is a Slam Dunk for Your Employees

Every year, workplace productivity takes a hit when the NCAA tournament tips off. We can’t prevent this kind of downtime, but we can help make your employees more efficient throughout the rest of the year with Microsoft Teams. A collaboration and productivity platform that outpaces popular Slack and is backed with easy integration with Microsoft and non-Microsoft applications, Teams is[…]

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