Many of today’s enterprises are facing a perfect storm of aging technology and growing collaboration needs. Decision-makers are under pressure to find a solution that’s secure, reliable, scalable, and cost-effective— and one that meets the needs of a mobile and global workforce. The solution lies in strategically breaking down collaboration blockers so that teams can work together with ease. To accomplish that, enterprises are turning to collaboration suites that allow employees to communicate and share through a single platform.
Empower employees to have better meetings with a single meeting application that plays nice with the rest of your productivity software. With Skype for Business in Office 365, your team can communicate via shared screens, messaging, voice calling, and video. They’re free to work from anywhere, on their desktops or mobile devices, simply with an Internet connection. With everything in one platform, workers can worry less about technology complications and focus on being productive.
Cloud-based tools from Office 365 empower workers to collaborate efficiently, from mobile devices, web or desktops. Working in Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, or Excel, you can easily coauthor in real time with the rest of the team—all from a single version of the file saved to the cloud. You can easily store and share your files in OneDrive for Business which is included in Office 365 so you and your team can always work from one central file that’s accessible to everyone and always up to date. Multiple team members can add comments and revisions in a single file with peace of mind since, if needed, you can always access or revert back to earlier versions that are automatically saved in the cloud. No more version control and no more merging edits.
XCentral delivers a holistic collaboration solution that meets the needs of diverse teams with a full range of applications. With the right tools at their fingertips, workers can collaborate in the different ways they choose throughout the day. Whether you need an answer to a quick question over chat, or to tap into the collective knowledge of the organisation.