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Which is right for you: CPaaS or UCaaS?

CPaaS and UCaaS are easy to confuse since both of them aim to develop the modern communication stack. They both approach the process with access to flexible tools for growth…

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How Does Unified Communications Specifically Increase Workplace Productivity?

As mentioned earlier, workplace productivity is enhanced through a reduction of context switching when all the features of a unified communications software system are put together on one digital device…

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The benefits of cloud technology for life science firms

Research shows that 90 percent of businesses now use cloud technology to increase productivity. Teams use Slack to communicate, marketing and sales use Salesforce, and creatives use Adobe.

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How to achieve unified communications during lockdown - Information Age

How can unified communications be effectively achieved while lockdown continues to keep employees away from the office?

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3 ways to boost your remote working strategy

But remote working is no longer about trying to achieve business continuity in the short term. It will be a key battleground between companies. It will also dictate the long-term success or failure of an organisation.

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Asana expands offerings with Asana for Microsoft Teams

COVID-19 sent 54% of IT decision-makers to increase investment in collaboration applications, despite decreased budgets.

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Best online collaboration tools of 2020

This transition has led to a rise in tools that allow these workers to accomplish their work tasks and remain in constant contact with their management, colleagues, and clients. Among the most popular ones have been online collaboration tools.

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The future of work is flexible

The future of work will be adaptable, catering for home, office and remote working. Quinton O’Reilly reports on the foundation that’s needed for this new reality