We all know that collaboration can be confusing, frustrating and time wasting. How many times when you are getting ready to join a video conference have you asked yourself one of these questions– how does this work, where is the remote, how do I go on mute, how can I share my reports easily? What happens when you need to talk, but don’t speak the same language? Sometimes it means you can’t talk at all. Best case, you converse through a translator - slow, stilted, and not everything comes across correctly. We have the answer!
Only Polycom® RealPresence® Group Series "speaks" Skype for Business. No gateways or other translators. It just works the way you'd expect it to which means the workflow is familiar, with single click-to-dial right from the calendar. Thus, extending the benefits of your UC platform investment while simplifying the experience for users.
By breaking down the barriers to effective communication you will maximise your most valuable investment—the knowledge, talents, and expertise of your people. Various studies show that up to 82% of knowledge workers feel they need to partner with others throughout the day to get work done. In fact, according to Steelcase capitalising on the collective intelligence of global teams is a top priority and 80% of organisations say they need to collaborate more. But, at the same time, 78% say they struggle to effectively connect their workplace and help people collaborate—either virtually or face-to-face.
Integrate video with Skype for Business
So, whether you are looking to extend your current Skype for Business or Microsoft Office 365 deployment to include video, or you want to leverage your existing video investment within your chosen Microsoft environment, join me at our next webinar 'How to natively integrate video with Skype for Business'. Along with my colleague Steve Blackman, Microsoft Solutions Architect at Polycom, we'll take you through the key things to consider when integrating video with Skype for Business in any meeting environment.