Navigating Microsoft Collaboration: Transitioning from Skype to Teams

Navigating Microsoft Collaboration: Transitioning from Skype to Teams

Collaboration solutions are central to productive workplaces. Platforms like Slack have pushed the envelope for how knowledge-workers communicate, forcing businesses to meet the performance benchmarks these users expect and require. For Microsoft-centric organizations, it has been a wild ride from Lync to the acquisition of Skype and finally to Microsoft Teams. While businesses just starting with Microsoft have a simple choice, migration between Skype for Business and Microsoft Teams can be a complicated journey.

Manulife joins AppNeta to talk about their transformation, best practices for deploying Microsoft Teams, and how real-time network monitoring can support the migration and provide value into the future. This webinar will provide actionable considerations whether your organization is using cloud proxies, considering Internet break-outs at remote offices, or finding it difficult to identify the root cause of voice and video issues.

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