The whole point of Unified Communications is to create a more productive work environment that has zero barriers between remote and in-house colleagues. If you can imagine, this concept will be taken to new heights in the coming years.
Take feedback, for example. Feedback can come in several different forms: document comments, emails, verbally, and more. Consider a feature that allows all feedback to be streamlined in a single portal. Daily tasks, quarterly projects, check-ins, and more could be accessed from one point so that your entire team remains on track. Furthermore, you’ll end the “email CC” flood – combined platforms such as Microsoft Teams help you to streamline your communication in dedicated project channels. The history of communication is always available and can be reviewed to follow up.
Another benefit to look out for is enhanced collaboration. With popular messaging platforms on the rise, it’s easier to throw ideas at the wall with your teammates than ever. As real-time messaging continues to grow, think about how this could change collaboration for your organization. Brainstorming and problem solving as a team can be done with colleagues who may reside halfway around the world. The possibilities are endless, for instance fully include conferencing rooms and every meeting space in the team collaboration which makes team work even more efficient.