Andrew McGlone, Director of Product Marketing at the Cloud Communications division of NTT Ltd., shares his insights from Microsoft Inspire 2020.
The annual Microsoft Inspire conference takes place this week (21-22 July). A fully digital event, we look ahead at what it’s all about and what to expect.
A look at the challenges that, as cloud communications experts, we often encounter – and some real world examples of common pitfalls that you must avoid.
We look at how in the curent health crisis, we have helped – and continue to help – one organization to achieve a rapid roll-out of Microsoft Teams enabling hundreds of head-office workers to effectively work together, whilst working remotely.
No matter how well we engineer our solutions, downtime is a fact of life. But it doesn’t have to mean your business loses its PSTN calling capabilities…
It’s something that Microsoft has been saying for some time – but it’s now a reality: Microsoft Teams should be the hub for all your organization’s teamwork; your productivity center within Office 365.
Despite many advances, collaboration technology does not get the use it deserves in the workplace. It’s a pity – and so with progress in mind, here are my three collaboration wishes for 2020.