Slack Competitors

Slack Competitors

Have you heard of these 7 Slack competitors?

The explosive growth of Slack has undeniably impacted the business world. However, is Slack the one tool to rule them all? These Slack competitors offer free solutions with a variety of unique features that you and your team can try out today.

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Twist aims to create a more organized workstream collaboration platform. Twist was built by a team spread across time zones who saw value in asynchronous communication. Threaded conversations keep your workspace more organized than the chaotic back-and-forth of a Slack channel, and allow you to catch up on a conversation more easily. One key feature of Twist is its ability to use a scheduled “snooze” mode for notifications, with settings that let you customize whether there are any notifications you’d like to receive while in snooze. The free version of Twist has more limited chat history, but otherwise offers a high level of functionality.

Brosix has found its niche in highly regulated industries, including deployments in hospitals and banks. The major advantage of Brosix is its 256-bit end-to-end encryption of all messages and files sent using its peer to peer connections. While the group messaging has less clean information architecture than other Slack competitors, Brosix offers comprehensive features that include whiteboard, unlimited size file transfer, and video chat.

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The Riot dream is to connect siloed chat apps via bridges, so that you can use Riot to chat with someone else who is using Slack. Riot currently has bridges with Slack, IRC, Discord, and some others, with plans for more. They are tightly associated with Matrix, and they are aggressively open source, meaning a constantly evolving set of customizations.

While not exactly a Slack competitor per se, Discord poses an interesting collaboration platform that is worth considering. Discord was originally designed for gamers, and these origins are undeniable in its interface, which still boasts some quirky elements. However, at its core, Discord offers a number of interesting features, including voice chat rooms and a variety of bots. The best part? It’s completely free.

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The biggest differentiator for Zoho Cliq is the look and feel. If you’re annoyed by having to tab back and forth between the three conversations you have going on at once, Zoho Cliq may be for you. The display allows you to view full conversations side by side. If you’re using other Zoho apps, Cliq may be a clear choice, though its free version is somewhat limited.

If you’re looking for more bang without paying a buck, RingCentral’s Glip is a great option. Glip’s free version is extremely full-featured, including valuable perks like guest access and unlimited file storage. It also includes up to 500 minutes of video chat. Other key features include a fully built-out team calendar and to-do list that integrates smoothly into any team or conversation, which distinguishes it from other workstream collaboration platforms.

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While Microsoft offers a basic version for free, many businesses don’t realize the full-featured Microsoft Teams comes free with Office 365. Teams offers an extensive library of apps, but where it shines is in its integration with Microsoft’s other products. You can collaborate within Teams using Word Online’s real-time co-authoring, and Outlook Calendar shows your meeting schedule and allows you to join via voice or video.

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There are a variety of interesting workstream collaboration platforms available at no cost, with increasingly complex feature sets. Whether you’re looking to up your productivity or secure your communications, there’s a collaboration tool for you! 

Unify Square can help you make the most of your workstream collaboration deployment! Our expert consultants help you tackle tough issues around increasing adoption and collaboration security. Our experience allows us to advise you on important policies, such as guest access and workspace expiration.

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Voice Quality

Voice Quality Monitoring Software

VOICE QUALITY & MONITORING SOFTWARE

Voice still matters in this new age of workstream collaboration. While we all strive for perfect voice and video quality, understanding the factors that negatively impact voice quality can benefit all parties involved. 

Can you hear me now?

Call quality and voice quality are based on the time it takes to set up a call (how long it takes to dial a number and hear it ring on the other side) and the clarity of the conversation (how well each party can hear the other). These two processes seem so simple and basic in explanation, yet can be affected by several factors that negatively impact these properties. Factors like latency, jitter, packet loss, and CODEC, all affect the way you experience a call. 

The Importance of Voice Quality

Workstream collaboration platforms which include voice and video functions are embedded with data packets that flow from one side of the conversation to the other. Since VoIP operates through a packet-switching method, the smallest data packet loss can cause an amplified effect on the end user side.

However, data packets can be discarded due to errors or accidentally dropped before completing their route. Packet loss is inevitable, however the goal is to ensure that the smallest number of data packets are dropped within the network, otherwise this is where you may hear the call conversation cut out or delay and see frozen or lagging screens. 

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Unify Square’s software and services optimize and enhance the world’s largest collaboration and communication deployments, helping businesses manage and secure their meetings, chats & calls.

Our PowerSuite™ software creates a unified dashboard to surface actionable insights and help manage collaboration and communications platforms --- optimizing and transforming performance health and user effectiveness.

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PowerSuite software gives you a single management framework to monitor, analyze, and secure your collaboration and communications platforms. The software enables a monitoring through simplified dashboards that allow you to proactively detect issues before end-users even notice. 

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Network jitter measures the variation in the time it takes for packets to arrive at their destination. Since your voice data is segmented into multiple data packets and numbered for future packet reassembly at the destination, as these packets travel through the network, packets will arrive out of order and at different times.

Jitter ultimately causes delays and breaks in the voice call. Latency measures the total round-trip time a packet travels through the network. Delay can cause packet-loss, which ultimately creates voice echos, voice overlaps, and voice lag. The best strategy to reducing these factors is to utilize network monitoring solutions. 

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While packet loss, jitter, and latency are unavoidable in any network, understanding and implementing solutions to reduce these variables will be key in ensuring user productivity and satisfaction. 

Voice quality and call quality inhibiting factors will continue to find their way into every VoIP system, therefore regular voice quality monitoring is a simple way to examine your voice traffic and offer better support. Call interruptions, errors, and delays directly impact every employee’s day-to-day work, and can severely limit user productivity if not proactively managed.

Proper monitoring and preemptive support can allow you to say goodbye to communication bottlenecks in any collaboration or unified communications platform. Better quality translates into better focus, which means greater creativity, responsiveness, productivity, and all-around efficiency for workgroups or departments. 

Unify Square Can Help

Unify Square aims to provide operational excellence with our PowerSuite software, tailored to orchestrate and deliver effective, reliable and secure communication across multiple collaboration platforms spanning both cloud and on-prem environments.

Voice quality still plays a critical part in voice and video conferencing, and our Service Health and Insights Center dashboards will help track this key metric. PowerSuite is the only collaboration management and security tool to target both collaboration and voice for multiple workstream collaboration platforms. 

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Session Initiation Protocol

Session Initiation Protocol

The Power of Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) for VoIP

Session Initiation Protocol (SIP) enables, maintains, and ends voice, video, and Instant Messaging services and other real-time communication applications within Voice over IP (VoIP) sessions. SIP is what allows unified communications to function, powering voice collaboration across your enterprise.   

How SIP works

SIP plays a vital role in every VoIP system by signaling the start of every real-time audio, video, and multimedia session between multiple parties, and then terminating it. With more reliable call management than the old public-switched telephone network (PSTN), end-users find that there is an increasing number of ways to efficiently communicate. SIP allows users to communicate from any number of remote locations and devices, a driving force in the new wave of working-from-home.  SIP is just one part of your network performance, yet is essential for leveraging the digital workplace.

While SIP allows for several communication media to function, SIP also helps businesses achieve significant cost savings. A SIP trunk, unlike the traditional physical circuit trunk, is a virtual shared circuit used for the same communication purposes yet is operated over the Internet through your Internet Service Provider.  With a SIP trunk, voice packets travel through the Internet, allowing users to make calls through workstream collaboration applications utilizing VoIP.  In the case of conference calls, parties using a Microsoft Skype SIP-trunked connection at the core can participate in a call while sending an instant message or email without ever leaving a call. SIP also allows Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business to see whether users are available when they are using a mobile device.

SIP trunk diagram for Microsoft Teams

By eliminating multiple physical telephone networks, SIP trunking is a cost-friendly and more flexible alternative to PBX trunking. SIP trunking makes it easier to add phone lines, creating a more scalable phone system than PBX. Deployment costs are reduced through an IP network connection and long-distance calls ultimately cost less through a SIP trunk.  SIP trunking creates extensive support for workstream collaboration tools, whether that be file sharing or video conferencing. This has been bolstered by the ability for users to work remotely and on any device, increasing collaboration productivity.

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Unify Square’s software and services optimize and enhance the world’s largest collaboration and communication deployments, helping businesses manage and secure their meetings, chats & calls.

Our PowerSuite™ software creates a unified dashboard to surface actionable insights and help manage collaboration and communications platforms — optimizing and transforming performance health and user effectiveness.

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While there are significant cost savings to be had, SIP technology is part of the larger ecosystem that enables Microsoft Teams, Zoom, and Skype for Business to operate smoothly. SIP is another facet that needs to be managed and maintained, just like every other part of your network as part of a healthy infrastructure. 

Unify Square’s PowerSuite enables business to deliver VoIP operational excellence across every organization. User effectiveness, performance, and collaboration security continue to remain top priorities for Unify Square, giving users fast-track feedback, actionable insights, and the quality every user deserves. SIP monitoring allows you to utilize your workstream collaboration applications more efficiently, whether you are preparing to deploy or busy operating your unified communications platform.

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Diagram of Microsoft's direct routing.

Session Border Controllers

Understanding Session Border Controllers (SBC)

A session border controller (SBC) is a security device used to regulate calls and communication over your session initiation protocol (SIP)-based VoIP networks. A “session” is essentially a two-way communication and data flow between two parties. This session is carried out within the “borders” of the user network and service provider. An SBC monitors, regulates, and “controls” this stream of data, providing added security within your enterprise network, with the goal of creating the healthiest and most efficient communication environment. 

Diagram of an SBC connecting two networks.

Maintaining a healthy network with SBCs

Features & Benefits

Session border controllers are essential in securing your VoIP system and have a number of functions: 

1. Security

“The costs of cyberattacks increased 52% to $1.1 million” – Radware’s 2018-2019 Global Application & Network Security Report 

Cybersecurity is becoming one of the most essential business functions to protect your assets. An SBC works in protecting against Denial of Service (DoS) attacks, toll fraud, and any malicious data packets. Other security features include topology hiding as well as call encryption and transcoding for an added layer of protection.

2. Quality of Service (QoS) 

A healthy network has minimal data packet loss or delay with a maintained QoS network policy. SBCs maintain and monitor network traffic, making sure resources are properly allocated. Reducing jitter, latency, and packet loss are all key in maintaining network performance. 

3. Connectivity 

SBCs allow SIP header and message manipulation for packet modification to handle interoperability between non-compatible devices. In addition to SIP manipulation, non-compatible devices are also able to communicate with an SBC through NAT traversal. 

4. Voice and video call support 

Essential to any successful company, quality voice and video call support will continue to foster a productive collaboration environment. Voice and call capabilities are the original pillars of communication.

It is critical for every enterprise network to maintain an SBC to ensure quality and prevent intentional or unintentional harm that could impact both productivity and security.

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About Unify Square

Unify Square’s software and services optimize and enhance the world’s largest collaboration and communication deployments, helping businesses manage and secure their meetings, chats & calls.

Our PowerSuite™ software creates a unified dashboard to surface actionable insights and help manage collaboration and communications platforms — optimizing and transforming performance health and user effectiveness.

How much more can an SBC do?

The next generation of SBCs saw the rise of virtual session border controllers (vSBCs), with the same features and benefits, now only software oriented. With IT applications slowly but surely moving to the cloud, SBCs are doing the same. With the same security, connectivity, QoS, and regulatory capabilities, vSBCs are increasingly scalable, flexible, and wireless. 

In addition to virtualized capabilities, Microsoft Office can connect SBCs to public switched telephone networks (PTSN) and then to the current Microsoft Phone System, allowing for direct routing functionalities. Direct routing allows you to connect your SIP trunk to the SBC, creating a seamless connection to Microsoft Teams, streamlining the integration process. With direct routing, Teams users can make and receive calls directly in the application through your service provider.

Diagram of Microsoft's direct routing.

Where does Unify Square come in?

Unify Square’s PowerSuite solution works in tandem with session border controllers to further enhance VoIP systems and workstream collaboration platforms. Our PowerSuite software monitors, measures, and troubleshoots voice and call quality to provide you with fast-track feedback, actionable insights, and end-to-end analytics. We continue to draw on SBC telecom solutions from various suppliers, including AudioCodes, Oracle, Ribbon, and AnyNode

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Office 365

Office 365 Cloud Services

Anywhere and Anytime You Need It

Office 365

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Microsoft’s Office 365 is the most popular enterprise cloud service

155 million 

active users

8 different

office applications

Microsoft Office 365 continues to experience immense success since its release. With 155 million active users and growing, Office 365 is the most used enterprise application. When Microsoft integrated all their existing online applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook, and SharePoint, to name a few) into a cloud-based subscription service, this easy integration soared in popularity with every type of user.  Microsoft  continues to add new applications to the Office 365 suite, like Power BI and Microsoft Teams, allowing Microsoft to enter the data visualization and workstream collaboration markets. 

As a cloud-based, tiered subscription software-as-a-service (SaaS), Office 365 is meant to be your one-stop-shop solution for powering the digital workplace.  

Here are 5 benefits Office 365 has over other cloud-based applications, making Office 365 the best choice to incorporate into your business strategy. 

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Our PowerSuite™ software creates a unified dashboard to surface actionable insights and help manage collaboration and communications platforms --- optimizing and transforming performance health and user effectiveness.

5 Benefits of Office 365

Security

Data security is a everyone’s top priority and Office 365 ensures that your data will always be yours and only yours. With built-in and add-on features, tailored specifically for keeping your data secure, there is no reason not to trust Office 365.

 

HIGHLIGHTED SAFETY FEATURES INCLUDE: 

manage and secure your data on any mobile device, even when it is not in your possession.

blocks sensitive data from leaking and encrypts sensitive information.

offers a multi-factor authentication tool for safeguarding your identity.

filters out malicious phishing attacks.

Sharing made easy

Whether someone is remote or in the office, Office 365 allows users to collaborate and edit on a shared resource in real time. Since everything is stored in the cloud, everyone can work wherever they are with this pool of shared resources, making collaboration and synchronization easier than ever. Reduce wasted time to increase overall productivity. Key collaboration tools include OneDrive, SharePoint, and Teams.

Flexibility

Office 365 can fit a wide variety of needs for a diverse range of companies and individuals, offering different deployment options so companies purchase only what they need. This tiered subscription service allows users to choose what fits best for them, regardless company size. Cost-savings are immense with this scalable service. 

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Seamless WSC integration

Now with Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, and Slack integration, Office 365’s application integration is quick and easy for users who have deployed a workstream collaboration platform that fits their needs.  These platforms continue to introduce additional 3rd party application integration that makes working from one service faster and simpler than before.

Easy to learn & easy to use

Users don’t have to learn new software or install complicated systems.  Programs and software that have been widely used before are offered in this fully comprehensive package. It only takes a few minutes to create a trial account, so organizations can test and see just how easy it is to integrate into the cloud.

With the introduction of collaboration to your communications stack, there are many additional considerations IT needs to keep in mind. With increased collaboration and visibility, it’s important to reduce risk of security exposures from employees and guests.

We can help!

While Office 365 continues to integrate into workstream collaboration (WSC) applications, we at Unify Square can help fully manage and support Teams, Skype for Business, and Slack with our own PowerSuite software, centralizing information from disparate WSC and UC admin consoles to give IT a single tool to monitor, analyze, and secure WSC. If Office 365 can give you a one-stop-shop for your working needs, PowerSuite can do the same for your performance monitoring, analytics, and troubleshooting.  Please contact us for more information. 

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Slack Collaboration

Slack Collaboration Success

How can you ensure Slack
collaboration success?

Once a collaboration platform for internal engineering teams, Slack now boasts a much wider audience.

More than 50% of Fortune 100 companies are now paid Slack users. It is lauded for connecting remote workers, enabling faster problem-solving, and a myriad of other productivity benefits.

In fact, Slack has demonstrated such an acute business need that Slack competitors continue to enter the workstream collaboration space. How can your company capitalize on the benefits of Slack collaboration? We came up with a guide.

Starting Out with a Successful Deployment

It is imperative to get your organization started out right. Companies that fail to get their users on board with the new platform find themselves losing out on much of the value of workstream collaboration applications, as these apps are subject to the network effect. Additionally, users scrambling to find a file when they can’t remember whether it was shared over Slack or over email is a preventable loss of productivity. There are three principles that are key to a successful deployment.

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Unify Square’s software and services optimize and enhance the world’s largest collaboration and communication deployments, helping businesses manage and secure their meetings, chats & calls.

Our PowerSuite™ software creates a unified dashboard to surface actionable insights and help manage collaboration and communications platforms --- optimizing and transforming performance health and user effectiveness.

1

Relevant and Regular Slack Collaboration Use Cases

Users need to see how using Slack can directly benefit them. Highlighting one key feature that has high value such as integrated video chat or file sharing is a good first step.  However, it’s important to understand the unique needs of your users. While the marketing department might appreciate the integrated app CoSchedule, the development team may prefer GitHub. 

It’s important to choose use cases that resonate with your target group. While these initial cases kickstart engagement, follow-up is important for sustained adoption. Introducing new use cases every couple months helps users expand their Slack collaboration capabilities.

2

Pick the Right Slack Collaboration Pilot Group

The pilot group has to serve a number of purposes. An ideal group should have a pressing collaboration need that is not currently being met by the existing app platform. With the proliferation of shadow IT, there may already be a group using Slack within your organization that would make a perfect initial test case. Beyond ensuring adoption within the pilot group, it’s important to consider whether your pilot has people with the influence necessary to champion wider adoption. Is the leadership team involved? A rollout becomes much easier if it’s being pushed from the top.

3

Demonstrate Success Early

Given the mind-boggling quantity of new software out there aimed at upping productivity, users are cynical about extravagant claims. Overcoming this technology fatigue is an uphill battle. If you’ve chosen the right use cases with your pilot group, you should have some compelling examples of success. These should be celebrated early and often as you begin your larger rollout.

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Major Pitfalls to Avoid with Slack collaboration

Early on in switching over to Slack, there are a number of obstacles to overcome. Slack collaboration is unlike the more conventional email, and there will be a learning curve as a company adjusts to this new form of communication. Here are a couple issues you are likely to encounter.

1

Notification Overload

If your rollout is successful, your users may find themselves a part of 10 different channels, all buzzing about different topics at the same time. The easy back-and-forth communication of Slack can pose a terrible distraction if not managed well. Make sure your users set their “follow” preferences appropriately, and offer guidance on expectations of Slack usage to set some initial boundaries.

2

Channel Sprawl

Although at first glance it doesn’t appear to be a major issue, channel sprawl can be a major pain. It occurs when users start new channels, find they aren’t using them, and abandon them. This makes searching for the right channel more difficult, as does unclear channel naming. Naming conventions are important to implement early, as once an organization has started creating channels, there’s no turning back.

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Key Decisions on Slack Collaboration Policy

Just as important as getting users excited about Slack collaboration is ensuring proper governance policies are in place. Collaboration security is a growing concern for large enterprises, especially given the fourth leading cause of data leaks is accidental sharing. At the same time, policies that are too rigid can significantly reduce the capabilities of these collaboration platforms. These two instances require serious thought. 

App Policy

Slack boasts the most extensive library of integrations in its App DirectoryWhether users are looking for video chat or task management, there’s an app on Slack to support it. However, just because an app is listed in the directory does not mean it is safe to use. 

Some apps require extreme permissions that users agree to without further investigation. Slack recommends setting a security policy for apps. Because these bots and extensions can add significant value, administrators should think carefully about which ones should be allowed.

Guest Access

External users are valuable contributors for many organizations, but they also pose additional riskSlack allows two types of guests: single channel or multichannel. Beyond being able to access one or many channels, there are other permissions that vary between these two types of guests. For instance, multichannel guests can create private channels and start DMs.

Both types of guests do have more limited permissions than internal users but who is allowed to be a guest is an important considerationShould you allow your internal users free reign to invite guests or is this something that must be managed by an already overloaded administrator? For how long should a guest have access to your workspace? These are important questions that must be considered early on.

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We can help!

If you’re looking for help determining your collaboration security policies, Unify Square can help. Our expert consultants understand the unique challenges of deploying a workstream collaboration platform. 

We can get you on the path to success with our CollabSec RightTrackTM program.

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