Team Collaboration – UC’s latest big trend for 2017 without a doubt. I remember the words of Vanilla Ice in his number 1 hit in 1990, he said;
All right stop, Collaborate and listen,
Ice is back with my brand new invention,
Something grabs a hold of me tightly,
Flow like a harpoon daily and nightly,
Will it ever stop? Yo, I don’t know,
Turn off the lights and I’ll glow…!
Was he talking about Team apps? Sounds very much like he was talking about a new invention that grabs hold and never stops even when it’s lights out! 😂
Team Collaboration apps are at a pivotal point in Unified Communications, analysts predict most of the early cloud based adoption will be from small businesses, however in terms of seats/users the mid-market and large enterprises will soon catch up and overtake by 2020.
Team Collaboration applications are unifying unified communications by bringing together voice, video, meetings, file sharing and chat into a single, easy to use platform for true collaboration.
Most businesses work in teams, no matter where they are. For businesses seeking true collaborative workforces, this new technology is set to underpin their digital transformation strategies, the benefits are huge from a productivity standpoint.
Cloud communications vendors around the globe are rapidly deploying their team apps, here’s our list of team collaboration software tools for 2017.
Team Collaboration App Reviews
Keep an eye on these apps leading the way in team collaboration software tools for business, click through to read our reviews and leave a comment if you have had a personal experience.
- 8×8 Sameroom
- Alcatel Lucent Enterprise – Rainbow
- Amazon Chime
- Avaya Zang Spaces
- BroadSoft Team-One
- Cisco Spark
- Google Meet
- Microsoft Teams
- Mitel MiTeam
- RingCentral Glip
- Workplace by Facebook
- Unify Circuit
If you’re a vendor and would like to be added to this list please contact us.
Most Popular Team App?
There’s no winner when it comes to comparing team apps due to each organisation’s individual requirements, however to see who’s using which across the globe (because the market reports are scarce at present), we thought we’d ask the audience.