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Employees today find themselves on twice as many teams as they did five years ago. More than ever, collaboration is how we achieve more together.

Technology can empower people to work the way they want to, allowing ideas to flow more naturally and collaboration to happen more organically.  Fostering teams can also help overcome adversity and achieve excellence in a workplace. Read on to find out more about Teams.

Teams launch at London Tech Week: embrace the chaos?

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We brought together Teams product experts with thought leaders and customers to discuss ways that businesses can embrace chaos to take productivity to new heights.

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How teams collaborate

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Teams today want flexibility and options, and companies are tasked with finding the right tools and technologies to meet employees’ preferences. Today’s employees use tools from email, sites, voice and chat.

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Teams work in new ways. Is your organisation keeping up?

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In today’s ever-changing workplace, companies are challenged to keep up with mobile employees and constant connectivity. Does your team have what it needs to stay innovative and inspired?

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Forbes Report: The revolution in teaming—Essential insights, tactics, and tools

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In times of digital transformation, tools that enable collaboration are an essential business requirement.
Forbes recently commissioned research on collaboration in enterprises.

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The Ultimate Guide to Chat-based Tools

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Employees have been using chat tools such as text messages and social media with ease for years. Transitioning to similar forms of communication at work is a natural next step for the mobile-first, instant communication-driven workforce.

Learn how to get there; download the guide today

Innovation is a team sport

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Win or lose? Jack Welch, former chairman and CEO of General Electric, said, “If the rate of change on the outside exceeds the rate of change on the inside, then the end is near.” To win in today’s fast-paced market, you need to innovate. This eBook shows you how to transform your team and organisation into one that is more agile and better equipped to innovate using a modern collaboration platform.

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