Quickfire Collaboration Questions Part Two: Answered

Quickfire Collaboration Questions Part Two: Answered

Quickfire Collaboration Questions six through ten. These are short answers of the most common questions that we are asked by enterprise businesses.

The challenges are generally complex and/or strategically important and as such the project owners require knowledgeable and expert advice to ensure that the correct business decisions are made. This is where Videocall helps. Our 20 years of unified collaboration expertise allows us to help advise and build enterprise communications strategies.

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Quickfire Collaboration Questions: Answered

Quickfire Collaboration Questions: Answered

Quickfire answers to the most common, and most challenging unified collaboration and video conferencing questions that we are asked.

We will be posting a single question at a time, so be sure to come back and check when your question is answered, or post your question in the comments at the bottom so that we can answer it for you.

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Creating Unified Collaboration from Collaboration Islands

Creating Unified Collaboration from Collaboration Islands

Business collaboration for the user is supposed to be easy to do, reliable, and make your daily business life more productive. On top of that, having high quality audio and video should mean conversations and content sharing can be carried out without repetition and serious squinting.

It really should be as straightforward to achieve this as buying some hardware and a service, having it installed and maintained, and everything is great and works. All your employees are happy collaborating. However, as most businesses find out, it’s more complicated than that.

Video conferencing has a renowned history for being difficult, and whilst many of those challenges are being overcome, such as ease of use, the interoperability of different manufacturers continues to cause headaches for service owners due to closed architecture or a protective island approach to the way the businesses were run.

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Microsoft Skype for Business, Teams & Videocall ICE VaaS Service

Microsoft Skype for Business, Teams & Videocall ICE VaaS Service

If you are thinking about deploying Microsoft Skype for Business Online, from the Microsoft Azure Cloud through Office365, you might have heard the news about Microsoft Teams, and be putting the project into hold.

Alternatively, you might already be using Microsoft Skype for Business and be thinking about migrating to the Office365 cloud, and are now also thinking about pausing the project.

Before you go any further, read this article and understand how Videocall can help you with your Microsoft unified collaboration project

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Are Businesses Losing Sight of what Enterprise Collaboration Is?

Are Businesses Losing Sight of what Enterprise Collaboration Is?

Ease of use and convenience are important, but should other factors such as reliability, security and quality, integrated into workflow, not also rank as highly?

What is the difference between enterprise communication and collaboration, and why is it important to know what you need?

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What's Happening with Microsoft Skype for Business and Teams?

What's Happening with Microsoft Skype for Business and Teams?

You may be aware that Microsoft are currently holding their annual conference, Ignite, for Enterprise IT and business executive. As a service provider, you have probably seen the announcement about Teams and Skype for Business, and you may be wondering how this is going to affect you going forward.

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