Articles Tagged "Unified Communications"
Zoho Releases Trident UC&C Solution, M-Files Buys No-Code Document Automation Provider Ment, More News
Zoho enters the UC&C space while M-Files cozies up with document automation. News from GSoft, OpenBots and Microsoft Teams round out the week.
Microsoft Brings OpenAI Muscle to Teams Premium Release, Sinequa Launches Workplace Search, More News
Microsoft releases Teams Premium with OpenAI integration, Sinequa launches Workplace Search. News from Cisco, Ziflow and Netscout round out the week.
Why UC Platforms Are Better than Best-of-Breed Tools in the Digital Workplace
Choosing between a unified communications platform and best-of-breed offering? A few considerations to guide your choice.
Is Email Outdated as a Workplace Communication Tool?
Despite the rise of collaboration platforms for communications in the workplace, the future of email is safe. At least for now.
Slack Huddles Up, Zoom's New Collaboration Environment, the Metaverse Gets a Standard & More News
Slack adds video chat and a new product for the public sector. Zoom announces Zoom One, the metaverse gets a standards forum and more digital workplace news.
Is Your Digital Transformation Stalled? These 3 Management Techniques May Be Why
If your digital transformation project is stalling, take a critical look at your management style.
Top 10 Digital Workplace Articles of 2021
Hybrid work dominated the digital workplace conversation in 2021. It will continue in 2022. Here's a look at the top articles on that topic and more.
Gartner Sees Market Slowdown, Cisco, Lumen Release Cloud UC Manager & More News
Gartner lists its top content service providers, SAP and Qualtrics partner for better UC and Microsoft buys Clear for automating SAP, Oracle connections.
The Tools Enterprises Need to Enable Hybrid Workplaces
With an increasing number of workers now splitting time between home and office settings, new research shows where technology is needed.
Is Remote Working Really Impeding Collaboration and Communication?
New research from Microsoft seems to show that remote work is negatively impacting communications and collaboration in the enterprise. But is that the reality?