Smooth business communication means more than just having landlines in the workplace. Nowadays, it’s important that colleagues can contact each other anytime, anywhere – at home, at work or even on the road. To help you find your way around the world of Unified Communications, where the integration of written, voice and video communication is key, our bloggers keep you up to date on the latest updates for communication platforms such as Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams and Anywhere365.
Discover the three types of teleworkers we’ve distinguished and read how you can organise online meetings that are adapted to their personal needs.
As an official Zoom partner, we at Xylos want to support you, our customer, as thoroughly as possible to ensure that you’re using Zoom’s solutions in a professional, safe way. To this end, we’ve listed some tips to make your user experience as safe and smooth as possible.
How do you let your colleagues work from home without compromising on collaboration and productivity now that the coronavirus has reached Europe? Let's talk about the advantages of Zoom Online Communications.
This morning (Tuesday October 16), Zoomtopia 2019 officially kicked-off and it was already the opening keynote that lightened up the galaxy. Let’s take a look at the key takeaways from day one.
When you build a Microsoft Teams or Skype for Business telephony deployment, it can quickly become a complex architecture. Think about the different cloud application services and connectivity devices you should be thinking of. How can you keep everything in control?
Zoomtopia 2019 is here! Let's give you a firsthand look at the current state of Zoom's Unified Communiations platform.