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Aaron is a Senior Consultant at Interlink Cloud Advisors. His specialties include Microsoft unified communications and core infrastructure solutions:

  • Lync Server Enterprise Voice with full PBX integration
  • AudioCodes/NET VoIP media gateways
  • OCS 2007
  • Exchange
  • Office 365
  • Active Directory
  • Windows Server
  • Teams
 
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Facing the New Remote Reality? Microsoft Teams Improves Your Collaboration Technology Infrastructure

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The year 2021 promises to be a new reality in many ways, not the least of which is the continuing transition to a remote workforce. Businesses and employees are coming to appreciate the benefits of a work-from-home environment and are unlikely to return to the traditional five-day-a-week-in-the-office work model.

Employees enjoy the flexibility of working from home and not having to face long commutes to and from the office. Remote working also saves an employee an average of $4,000 annually in commuting costs, coffee, and lunch expense, and maintaining a closet full of professional work attire according to one report.1

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Microsoft Teams Apps and Solutions Workshop | Improve Workforce Productivity Through Automation

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Creating an effective environment for collaboration and productivity is crucial to your organization’s success but building the infrastructure to support effective teamwork can be challenging. Microsoft Teams is one of the most powerful collaborative suite of tools available today. Teams brings together several tools and communication methods to provide an ideal hub for collaboration. But Teams can be even more effective when combined with other available applications and solutions.

Interlink and Microsoft are unlocking the full potential of Teams with their Energize Teams Apps and Solutions Workshop - an offering that tailors solutions specifically for your organization. Teams Apps and Solutions extend the benefits of Teams even further by automating your business processes and improving productivity through utilizing applications from the 700+ apps available for Teams, along with integrating with custom low-code solutions.

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Microsoft Teams Calling Workshop | Helping You Unleash the Power of Phone Communication

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To paraphrase Mark Twain, the death of the phone call in business has been greatly exaggerated. According to one recent survey, 66 percent of millennials are likely to contact a company by phone and 93 percent of respondents said inbound phone sales have a significant impact on their bottom line.[1]

It’s not just external communications that still rely on phone calls. Effective internal communications can result in lower absenteeism, less turnover, and higher productivity, according to a Gallup survey.[2]

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Microsoft Teams Meetings & Meeting Rooms Workshop | Focus on Your Core Business, Not Meeting Room Troubleshooting

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We’ve all been there. The meeting is ready to start but someone on the audio bridge can’t hear what’s going on, the video system isn’t working, and someone is struggling to get their PowerPoint presentation up on the screen. The result? Wasted valuable time of everyone in the meeting while someone from IT is summoned to solve the problems. There’s too much to do and not enough time to do it to squander people’s time in frustrating, fruitless meetings gone bad.

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Microsoft Teams Workshop | Enhance Workforce Collaboration in Your Organization

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Collaboration among workers is always a key to an organization’s success...

However, during a crisis like the one we are currently living through, collaborating effectively can be a key differentiator from your competition.

A study published in the Harvard Business Review (HBR) collected ten years of data to study the link between collaboration and financial performance across dozens of professional service firms, financial institutions, and health care organizations, starting from the 2007-2008 financial crisis. The results showed that organizations with the most highly collaborative workers grew their business during the crisis. The business of the middle group declined slightly, and the least collaborative companies suffered lost revenue which still hadn’t been recovered five years after the recession ended.[1]

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