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It is undeniable that we depend on communication in our day to day lives, and with so many businesses now embracing and switching over to remote working, we are constantly searching for ways to improve communication within the workforce. Let’s explore the key benefits of using Microsoft Teams Direct Routing for your business.
Virtual meeting platforms have enabled businesses to continue regularly communicating with each other whilst working from home. These video applications include features such as: video/ audio conferencing, chat, screen sharing, file sharing and reactions. A few examples of these platforms are: Microsoft Teams, Zoom, Whereby and Google Meet.
Remote working has caused many changes in business day to day lives such as introducing audio conferencing. Meetings are a vital part of any business whether it is an internal meeting amongst colleagues or with clients. It’s a great way to discuss future plans, achievements, growth, finances and marketing. However as a result of the pandemic face-to-face meetings have had to be postponed and new ways of communication developed. One way that businesses have stayed in touch with each other and clients is through audio conferencing.
As businesses begin to re-open and the world is slowly returning to normal, remote working appears to stick a little while longer with us. It has been estimated that 25-30% of the workforce will be remote working multiple days a week by the end of 2021. During the pandemic and several lockdowns, remote working was a convenient solution to businesses continuing to keep working and providing services.
With lockdown still being in place and so many people working remotely, keeping a stable communication is more important than ever. Video conferencing has become a vital part of our lives over the last year and has helped businesses and organisations stay connected.