As businesses are permitted to reopen following the COVID-19 pandemic, many have decided to keep employees working remotely. A wide range of industries have become accustomed to working from home, and are likely to continue to do so for the foreseeable future. One of the most important aspects of conducting business remotely is being able to safely and effectively communicate with co-workers and clients. Video conferencing is being used like never before, with many different services available. So, which one is best?

Video ConferencingFor nonprofits and religious organizations, Teams from Microsoft Office 365 is the most efficient option for staying connected with employees, volunteers and community members. With access available via desktop, tablet, or smartphone, Teams can accommodate even the most demanding of schedules.

With the increased use of video conferencing comes increased concern for security. Over the last several months, providers have been criticized for susceptibility to data breaches. Teams is powered by superior Microsoft technology and has advanced privacy and moderation controls, easing concern for cyber attacks. As companies with similar services scramble to increase security, Microsoft proudly addresses its existing commitment to guarding user data. Jared Spataro, Microsoft 365 vice president, claims that “privacy and security are never an afterthought at Microsoft.”

In addition to superior video conferencing features, Teams offers instant messaging, file sharing, and VoIP phone calls. Although there are similar messaging applications such as Slack and Google Hangouts, Teams provides this among other communication features in one single, convenient application.

In a time when productivity solutions are essential, Teams allows you to optimize performance from any device. With unmatched security and communication features, it is the ultimate solution for staying connected with your team. Interested in using Teams? Give us a call. 

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