Wildix vs. Microsoft Teams

Wildix vs. Microsoft Teams
To most business owners considering a business communications system, more likely than not a leading candidate is Microsoft Teams.

Microsoft is a powerhouse, and businesses that use a Microsoft suite of tools may even be using Teams already. Unsurprisingly, Teams is designed to integrate seamlessly with other Microsoft products, especially the Office 365 lineup. As a result, plenty of organizations see it as a natural fit for their communications needs — if Teams hasn’t been pre-loaded into their system already.

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Wildix for Education: UCaaS for the Classroom and Beyond

Wildix for education
Educators aim to inspire their students; to ignite a hunger for knowledge that will last a lifetime. But that lofty goal is often scuppered by real-world issues in both online and traditional classrooms including tasks, like administrative work, that eat into precious planning and contact hours. And while the spike in online learning during the pandemic led to accelerated adoption of teaching as well as collaboration solutions, many institutions aren’t seeing the expected long-term benefits due to overlapping and non-integrated tools.

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Monsters of UCaaS (and How to Avoid Them)

Monsters of UCaaS (and How to Avoid Them)

It’s a season of frights — of ghouls, goblins and things that go bump in the dark — but for those in the tech sector, certain monsters exist the entire year round.

Yes, certainly there are the common gremlins that keep techies awake at night, and these too are important for anyone in the UCaaS business to know. Ask any IT expert, and they’ll eagerly regale you with bone-chilling tales of glitch-causing ghosts in their machines or of invisible, unspeakable creatures tangling carefully laid cabling.

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