We all rely on communication technologies and collaboration tools. Yet, if your organization is adopting hybrid working, you’ll need to accommodate both remote and office-based employees.
To that end, we’ve assembled four colleagues – and a client too – in a series of short video clips. In each one, featured below, you can hear them give a brief overview of a crucial aspect of migration.
You can also watch a special webcast – broadcast on Thursday 17 June – in which our experts expand on these topics.
In the webcast – now available on-demand via LinkedIn – the panel discusses the complexities of a successful migration to Teams, and the exciting opportunities to deliver a world-class employee experience. Do dig deeper by watching Embrace Microsoft Teams and transform how your company collaborates
How to maximize new ways of working
Critical steps to implement
Top tips for governance and compliance
The value of Operator Connect
The value of a managed service
There’s no doubt that Employee Experience is rising to the top of the workplace agenda. As your organization plans its ‘return to office’ strategy and adapts to cater for a more permanently distributed workforce, the use of secure and effective collaboration and communication technologies is essential.
So, do join us for the webcast – and also take a look at this new e-book from analysts Wainhouse Research, sponsored by NTT. In this new guide, Wainhouse looks at how Employee Experience can be considered within the framework of ‘the 3Ws’: the Workplace, the Workforce, and Workflows. To learn more, download your free copy of Reframing the approach to Enterprise Communications.
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