Enterprise messaging corner – productivity & Skype upgrades
Here you’ll find the weekly happenings in enterprise messaging – covering what Mio, Slack, Cisco
Slack posted a new blog this week about levelling up your team’s knowledge management system. Continually increasing productivity is an area that I am truly passionate about – and one of the key reasons I joined the Mio team. Check out Slack’s 5 steps to increase productivity, efficiency
There’s also been a varied reaction to Slack’s public IPO announcement in January. If you’re a Slack user and have an opinion on how this will impact your business then leave a comment – I’d love to set up a call.
Over at Cisco, Aruna Ravichandran posted on the collaboration blog about their big green button. Webex Meetings, Webex Assistant, Webex Teams and Webex Share all now support one-touch join. Simple feature but another huge win for productivity.
Cisco also hosted an event for industry analysts this week. You can find
“Overall takeaway from the #ciscocollabanalystsummit – @_amychang has built a young, highly energetic team, very impressive. Passion for what they do is obvious”.
The Microsoft Teams blog has been pretty quiet this week. However, they were clearly flat out at Integrated Systems Europe and you can read what they got up to in their blog. Tom Arbuthnot, Modality Systems, also posted this week that Microsoft Teams support is coming for Safari, macOS
Staying in the Microsoft world, I received the Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams auto-upgrade email yesterday. Whilst I only use my personal free Microsoft Teams account for testing things out, I’m intrigued to see how it goes – and what happens if I ignore the email.
Here at Mio, we’re building up to Enterprise Connect in Orlando, having been nominated for two awards. We’ve been selected as a finalist for the overall Best of Enterprise Connect award – a real honor. We’ve also been selected alongside Microsoft for the Best Innovation for Collaboration award.
If you’ll be there then please drop me a message in the comments or reach out to me on Twitter. If you haven’t yet registered for Enterprise Connect then make sure you use our discount code “MIO” and this link to save yourself $500 on the entry fee.