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Communication and Collaboration

Technological advancements have changed not only how employees perform their jobs but also how they communicate and collaborate with each other and with customers. Besides calling and emailing, employees now rely on instant messaging, video conferencing, screen sharing, voice over IP (VoIP), mobility solutions and other forms of communication and collaboration. This integration of these communication services is often referred to as unified communications.

Selecting the right tools is just the first step. To keep your systems running with minimal downtime, it is important to monitor them as well as create policies governing their use.

Understand Your Options

Communication and collaboration tools are as diverse as the information they are designed to handle. Email systems can be on-premises or in the cloud. Instant messaging, video conferencing, and screen sharing services are available using standalone programs, cloud services, or software suites. Phone services can be delivered through traditional phone carriers, cable service providers, and mobile phone networks. Phone services can even be provided through Voice over IP (VoIP) systems, which enable voice calls to be made over the Internet.

If your business is established, you likely already have phone and email systems in place. With all the available options, you should not have any problems finding supplemental communication and collaboration tools that will work well in your business. One consideration to keep in mind, though, is whether or not you want to integrate your communication and collaboration systems.

Businesses often use several communication and collaboration solutions. For instance, a company might use a traditional phone carrier for phone services and Microsoft Office 365 for email, instant messaging, and video conferencing. In this situation, the two solutions run independently. Their processes and user interfaces are not integrated in any way.

If your business relies on a VoIP system for phone services, there is a way to integrate all your communication and collaboration tools. You can add a unified communications solution, which uses advanced technologies to integrate and streamline communications generated by your existing communication and collaboration systems.

The end result is being able to read your emails, check your voicemails, chat via instant messaging, and attend video conferences—all from a single user interface that is accessible from a variety of devices, including smartphones, notebooks, and desktop computers. Having all your communications in one place, whether you are in the office or on the road, can improve your productivity. A unified communications solution also enhances voice and video conferencing capabilities, making it easier to collaborate with other employees.

A unified communications solution can be complicated to set up. This is where our experts shine. We start by reviewing the options that make the most sense for your business. Then, we eliminate the headaches of setting up by installing and configuring it for you. We can also provide friendly training so your staff will become more productive, saving you money and making your team more efficient.

Communicate and Collaborate with Ease

Communication and collaboration tools make it easier for employees to do their jobs—and our experts can make it easier for you to do yours by remotely monitoring and managing the systems you currently have in place.

We can also help you select and install new communication and collaboration tools, including setting up a unified communications solution. We will provide the right recommendations so that you do not overspend on features that you do not need, but have the flexibility for upgrades that align with your growth.

Contact us to discuss which communication and collaboration options can make your business more productive.

Schedule a call with our team now.

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