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Efficiency and productivity can mean the difference between remaining relevant and fading into obscurity. For both the private and public sectors, digital transformation has proven invaluable when it comes to leaving behind archaic technology, fragmented data sets, and insecure processes. It’s also proven to be a crucial tool for increasing collaboration and improving employees’ work satisfaction with flexible, intuitive, digital tools that enable seamless knowledge transfer regardless of location.

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Long gone are the days when the bulk of office communication was made via lengthy, often incomprehensible email threads. Also going extinct—thankfully— are the colossal company-wide emails that were often responded to by recipients using the “reply all” button.

Today’s corporate communication is evolving—not to the Orwellian, drone-like future portrayed in the movies, but toward a more multimedia-focused and casual approach. Nowadays, boring project management software is losing traction to intuitive digital tools such as Slack or Microsoft Teams which enable communication and collaboration to happen from a single platform.

In this article, you’ll learn about the major trends that are transforming office communications around the world. You’ll also gain insight into how several industry leaders envision the future of collaboration, and what tools they’re using within their organizations to push forward projects worldwide.

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This video shows how you can pull together a team with Microsoft Teams on your PC, Mac, or mobile device. Use chat instead of email, securely edit files at the same time, see your likes, mentions, and replies with just a single tap, and have the freedom to customize it all by adding notes, websites, and apps.

When you think digital transformation, what typically comes to mind? For most people, it means rapidly changing technology within the context of enterprise and consumer-oriented private services. Many don’t realize that digitalization and efficiency is just as crucial in the public sector as any other industry. Here, digital transformation can mean the difference between effectively improving someone’s life or making them waste months—or years—in bureaucratic limbo.

In this video and case study, you’ll learn how Chesterfield County replaced its 20-year-old mainframe application with a cloud environment based on Microsoft Dynamics 365 that enabled easier knowledge transfer and increased efficiency—and most important, allowed the county to deliver on its promise of helping over 340,000 citizens live better lives.

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Organizations don’t make the jump to digital collaborations overnight. It takes months—or even years, depending on their size—of careful planning and strategy to come up with a transition plan that doesn’t compromise operations while everybody gets onboarded.

It’s our job, then, to guide our clients and partners as to the best way they can make their digital plans happen. Of course, this isn’t always easy—some organizations have highly rigid and complex structures that can take a while to adapt and integrate new technologies, while others may have multiple stakeholders who need to be consulted during each stage of the process. Either way, a clear and well-established roadmap goes a long way toward ensuring the process goes as smoothly as possible.

That’s why we’ve created this infographic—to provide you with 7 time-tested steps that can make your customers’ Microsoft Teams adoption as seamless as possible. Use it as a handy cheat sheet for yourself or your sales teams, or bring it along to executive meetings for a visually impactful way of presenting a solid implementation strategy that’s recommended by Microsoft.

View: The 7-step partner mini-guide to onboarding customers

“Why are my customers not listening to me?” is a question frequently asked by frustrated marketers and decision-makers. To address this question, author Carly Driscoll asks two crucial follow-ups: do you truly know who your customers are, and are you really delivering them an impactful message? At first glance it may seem intuitive or even simple, but successfully answering these questions requires a marketer to truly empathize with their audience—a task much easier said than done. Fortunately, there’s a time-proven way to not only interest your customers, but also convert leads into revenue-generating relationships that will drive growth and brand prestige: great content. In this eye-opening article, you’ll learn about the successful R.I.D.E. methodology for content creation, and how to effectively inform your customers with solid content marketing at each stage of the buying process.

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As the world becomes increasingly connected, continuous product innovation in the Modern Workplace provides growing opportunities for today’s organizations to deliver customized business solutions to their customers.

In this digital landscape, the demand for unified solutions is stronger than ever, with 88 percent of Microsoft customers agreeing that having all their solutions together in one place saves them time. These same companies also estimate that they’ve saved nearly $5 million over three years from not having to switch back and forth between apps.

So how exactly are organizations adapting to these trends? Subscribe now to get the answer to this question and many others regarding Modern Workplace, digital collaboration, and Microsoft solutions.

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A world top ten university, with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research, Imperial College London now uses Microsoft Teams to teach and connect in a time of COVID-19. In this video, see how the college is now relying on Teams for the delivery of its lectures and its remote labs, as well as a “virtual common room” where students and faculty can interact. Staff now have the fluid integration of shared files, scheduled events, and the students’ use of the virtual learning environment, providing opportunities to respond to students in a way never done before.


A world top ten university, with an international reputation for excellence in teaching and research, Imperial College London now uses Microsoft Teams to teach and connect in a time of COVID-19. In this video, see how the college is now relying on Teams for the delivery of its lectures and its remote labs, as well as a “virtual common room” where students and faculty can interact. Staff now have the fluid integration of shared files, scheduled events, and the students’ use of the virtual learning environment, providing opportunities to respond to students in a way never done before.

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