How many times have you been navigating around your screen and realized you’ve got two messaging apps open? Using multiple messaging platforms is something we’re all guilty of it. Then you close them both and go back to, oh wait, another messaging platform. With so much choice in the messaging market, it’s easy to end ...
Insights about the ever-changing enterprise messaging industry
Today, knowledge workers spend around 14% of their week communicating and collaborating internally, via a form of workplace messaging app. In 2017, only 19.4% of companies were using messaging tools like Slack, Cisco Webex Teams and Microsoft Teams to keep their employees connected. Now, in 2018, that percentage has increased to 27.1%. As organizations continue to share ...
Slack just crossed 10 million daily active users. With the acquisition of Atlassian’s Stride and HipChat last month, you can only expect Slack usage to skyrocket. There’s almost certainly a group of engineers within your company running their day-to-day communications in their own Slack team, outside of your Unified Communications (UC) setup. Once many groups ...
Managing Slack users when rolling out WebEx Teams just got possible.
Microsoft Teams users don’t have to lose their collaboration preferences when deploying Cisco WebEx Teams.
The average company today maintains 3 or more chat apps. If a UC interoperability strategy is not put in place, this hybrid vendor environment will lead to more friction in workflow and result in siloed communication.
Microsoft Teams has now reached feature parity with Skype for Business. What does this mean for Slack users in your organization?
Following an acquisition or merger, you have two choices in team chat. Either migrate all users from one collaboration platform to the other, or keep everybody chatting on the same platform.