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5 steps to messaging interoperability

5 Steps to Achieve Messaging Interoperability in 2020

January 1, 2020 Blog How We Chat 0 Comments

You’re probably here because you need to achieve messaging interoperability within your enterprise. If you’ve invested in a team messaging app like Slack, Cisco Webex Teams or Microsoft Teams, the productivity gains will have no doubt paid back some of your investment. Despite this and your more streamlined workforce, email remains the most commonly used ...

2019 enterprise chat predictions

2019 Enterprise Chat Predictions [Revisited]

November 6, 2019 Blog 0 Comments

At the end of 2018, the Mio team got together to predict key events and trends in the enterprise chat and team collaboration space. As we near the end of 2019, it’s time to see how accurate (or not) we were. 1. More interoperability across Slack, Microsoft Teams and Webex Both VP of User Experience, ...

If everyone uses a different app, nobody is communicating efficiently

10 Things You Didn’t Know About Message Interoperability

October 29, 2019 Blog 1 Comment

Message interoperability is when multiple messaging platforms come together as one. Through the use of APIs, product development and the pressing enterprise requirement of syncing conversations across messaging platforms, Mio has developed the only enterprise-grade messaging interoperability tool for Slack, Cisco Webex Teams and Microsoft Teams. Here’s some key points that you might not already ...

Mattermost

Mattermost – Highly Secure, Scalable, Open-Source Team Collaboration

October 24, 2019 Blog 5 Comments

As an alternative to typical SaaS messaging tools, Mattermost simplifies team communication by bringing your collaboration into a self-hosted and searchable environment.  Let’s look at how Mattermost helps companies to have the discussions that matter.  What is Mattermost? An open-source solution to everything you didn’t like about proprietary collaboration tools.  Created by a video game ...