Posted: Friday, September 25, 2020
Irrespective of your industry, company size or location, the likelihood is that you and your business have been using either Teams or Zoom during this period of remote working to communicate with colleagues, clients and suppliers.
Each application has developed rapidly and both now possess an impressive range of features. They are however applications that come from very different start points, but now have significant crossover in terms of the features and functions that they provide. Each offer ease of use, security, high quality video, cost benefits and easy integration with other business applications.
Although, on the surface it is now very hard to differentiate between the two based purely on features, there are still distinct pros and cons to each depending on what your business needs are.
Teams has been built as an all encompassing collaboration platform first, so that groups of employees within a business can work together in shared workspaces more efficiently and productively, and if you are using Microsoft applications in your business Teams plays seamlessly with them.
Zoom was built as a unified communications platform first, so that groups of people can communicate more easily and effectively together, and if your organisation uses Google Apps, Zoom now integrates perfectly with them too.
Has your business chosen the most suitable application? Are you sure you’re using the right one to maximise your productivity and profitability? Are you getting the full benefits out of the software you are using?
Download our FREE Microsoft Teams vs Zoom guide to find the answers you need.