Teams integration – Is Teams the right solution for your business?
Published On: January 21, 2021 |
Effective unified communications software is more important than ever for all firms, no matter how big or small they are. And one solution that’s proving especially popular is Microsoft Teams.
According to Microsoft, usage of the service jumped by more than 50 per cent in the six months to October 2020, with 115 million daily active users now taking advantage of the solution.
But getting it up and running effectively may be more challenging than you think. While you could go directly to Microsoft and try to roll it out yourself, is this really the best way to handle such an essential part of your day-to-day work?
You need to understand, for instance, what the limitations and architecture of your existing phone system are so you know which options would be best suited. This goes beyond technical implementations. You must also assess how easy it will be for your employees to make any migration. This is another area an expert partner can advise on.
Such solutions need to be affordable, easy to use and – crucially – compatible with existing tools without major changes. Again, this is something that a good communications partner like Arrow will be able to provide assistance with.
With over 20 years in the business telecoms industry and an unrivalled reputation of delivering excellent, personal customer service, Arrow is one of very few companies in the UK able to provide a full telecoms, IT and energy consultancy and service proposition.
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