Team Collaboration apps (a.k.a Workstream) have to be the big UC news of 2017 – but while millions use them, many businesses are either unaware or haven’t started to use these powerful team working tools.
Team collaboration software was almost certainly kicked off by the introduction of Slack (did you know it’s an acronym?) – which stands for “Searchable Log of All Communication and Knowledge” which sums up the genre perfectly – keeping everything for a project or team in one place, and making it searchable/accessible to all team members – simple!
If only choosing which of the many apps now on the market is ideal for YOUR business were as simple. That’s where UC Today comes in; as ever this Series of articles and information pieces will help you understand what can be done with Team Collaboration apps, what the different options are and other informative articles to help you decide.
One of our most popular polls here at UC Today was the Team Collaboration Poll – with over 23,000 visits! This should give an indication of how popular these apps really are.
As ever, we’ll be answering some commonly asked questions:
- What IS team collaboration software?
- What can I do with team collaboration apps?
- What benefits will my team see?
- How much will it cost?
To answer these questions, the articles we’ll be publishing are:
- Team Collaboration 101: What IS Team Collaboration?
- Cisco Spark Review
- Unify Circuit Review
- RingCentral Glip Review
- Fuze Collaboration Review
- Avaya Zang Review
- ALE Rainbow Review
- Slack Review
- Microsoft Teams Review
- Workplace by Facebook Review
- Mitel MiTeam Review
- Google Meet Review
- Amazon Chime Review
- BroadSoft Team-One Review
- Unify Q&A
- Cisco Q&A
- RingCentral Q&A
- Fuze Q&A
- ALE Q&A
- Team Collaboration 101 – Buyer’s Guide
So, join us from Tuesday 1st August for our latest, and sure to be most popular series yet – if you’re looking to introduce Team Collaboration (and you should be) to YOUR business you shouldn’t miss it!
Don’t forget to follow us on our social media accounts to be advised of BRAND NEW articles as they come online; it could be time well spent if you are looking to implement Team Collaboration for your team.
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