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Zoom interoperability

The Impact Zoom Interoperability Has On Users [And Partners]

If you look at the history of Zoom, you’ll see integrative steps it’s taken to ensure the user experience is at the forefront of everything it rolls out. While many users cite its ease of use as the reason for their adoption, there’s a lot more than the front end making this experience seamless. From ...

Zoom Phone vs Microsoft Teams Phone

Zoom Phone vs Microsoft Teams Phone: The Complete Breakdown

When comparing Zoom Phone vs Microsoft Teams Phone, there are rather a few differences between the two. Unlike VoIP packages of old, both vendors provide integrative phone solutions in their own collaboration apps. Of course, there’s a lot more to both Zoom and Teams than just cloud calling… Click here for a full comparison of ...

Message Interoperability Best Practices

10 Message Interoperability Best Practices You Need To Know

How easy is it to get everyone onto the same collaboration platform?  You’ve got your Microsoft fans preaching the new features of Microsoft Teams and your CTO suggesting you go all-in on Webex. It’s a constant battle, isn’t it? Whether you’re debating Slack vs Teams or Webex vs Zoom, there’s always going to be a ...

How to use threads in Microsoft Teams

Tom Arbuthnot Explains Microsoft Teams Threads & Replies

When researching how to use threads in Microsoft Teams, you get a lot of negativity from users used to Slack threads and other platforms like Reddit where threads are the lifeblood. Rather than this be a blog post comparing how different platforms use threads, we’ve asked Microsoft MVP, Tom Arbuthnot, to author a section on ...

Microsoft Teams channels best practices

10 Microsoft Teams Channels Best Practices

When you set up a new channel in Microsoft Teams, what do you communicate to members? What the channel is for? Guidelines for this specific channel? Often, we create new channels in Microsoft Teams and hit the ground running. We share a document, we message colleagues, and everyday life continues. Fast forward to the end ...