Enterprise Messaging News + Insights by Mio
Dominic Kent

Editor of Dispatch by Mio. Mio powers seamless communication between workplace chat apps like Slack, Cisco Webex Teams and Microsoft Teams.
Connect Slack and Microsoft Teams

Connect Slack and Microsoft Teams – 4 ways you may not know about

February 27, 2019 Insights 1 Comment

As enterprises find more instances where fragmentation occurs within diverse teams, federation and interoperability is not enough. Chat needs to be native, seamless and simple to administer. Ultimately, enterprises using both apps need to connect Slack and Microsoft Teams. Most notably, we hear from customers that were thinking about moving from Slack to Microsoft Teams ...

Collaboration events

Collaboration events calendar 2019

February 7, 2019 Industry News Insights 2 Comments

Collaboration events play a huge part in the collaboration and messaging arena. Despite the enablement of remote working and dispersed teams, sometimes you can’t find better than a good old-fashioned get together. Below is a list of key collaboration events in the calendar where Mio will be either exhibiting or attending. Kicking things off Collaboration ...

Shadow IT

Shadow IT in enterprise messaging apps

February 6, 2019 How We Chat Insights 24 Comments

Since writing this article in July 2018, every conversation I have had with an IT professional has mentioned shadow IT and shadow messaging. With everyone using their own mobile devices, the door is open to a wider range of ways to message each other. Enterprises should be aware of the complexities involved when it comes ...

Slack vs Cisco Webex Teams

Slack vs Webex Teams or Slack and Webex Teams?

January 31, 2019 Insights 1 Comment

Comparing Slack vs Cisco Webex Teams is hot topic at the moment. In fact, it’s been hot topic since Cisco announced Spark was becoming Webex Teams early last year. The perfect option for Spark users requiring Slack-like functionality. However, comparing the two doesn’t really solve the problem most of us face today.  It’s one thing ...