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6 Ways to Connect Slack and Microsoft Teams in 2020

As businesses find more instances where fragmentation occurs within diverse teams, federation and interoperability are not enough. Chat must 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 or ...

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External Federation: 5 Expectations vs 5 Realities

If you think back to the definition of external federation in the first post in this series, you’ll recall that external federation is the process or technology required for team collaboration apps to communicate with each other across domain. The reality is that you are already collaborating across different apps and with other teams. So, ...

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External Federation: 7 Problems And How You Can Fix Them

If you’re reading this post as the fourth in our external federation series, you might be thinking that federation is the absolute solution to your team collaboration nightmares. And you’re right. If your day could be made easier by not having to leave your favorite app like Slack, Microsoft Teams, or Webex Teams, federation between ...

Migrate from Microsoft Teams to Webex Teams

How to Migrate from Microsoft Teams to Webex Teams

Wondering how to migrate from Microsoft Teams to Webex Teams, the easy way? There are plenty of reasons why you might find yourself in that position.  You might have decided to invest in new software because of the benefits of Webex productivity tools. Perhaps a merger or acquisition is pushing you to get all of ...

Enterprise messaging interoperability and federation

Interoperability in 2020 will Drive Better Collaboration

In collaboration IT, interoperability usually happens when competitors work together. When two competing systems work together, without regard to brand name, the end user’s outcome then becomes the same. This is crucial for collaboration to enable, well, genuine collaboration. Lack of interoperability in collaborative businesses creates communication silos, friction, and often leads to what we’ve ...