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How to Meet, Share, Chat & Be Safe at Home and at Scale

How to choose between different collaboration platforms: Zoom vs. Teams, Slack vs. Skype.

When Seattle-based Unify Square published the Ultimate Beginner’s Guide to Workstream Collaboration, the newly-minted concept and its unifying principles signaled the start of a new era in workplace communication.

 

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Collaboration Security Considerations in a Time of Crisis

There’s an old saying that if you’re not paying for something, then you’re the product being sold.

Today far fewer consumer users really grasp the impact of behavioural data and how that is monetised, even though the expectation nowadays is that things will mostly be free at the point of use — driving similar expectations in enterprise SaaS.

 

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CompTIA offers free e-learning to test drive an IT career

In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, companies and households are dependent upon technology more than ever

As telework increases due to the spread of COVID-19, companies are heavily relying on the expertise of IT professionals for everything from keeping information secure to instruction on collaboration apps, experts said.

 

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Employees crave stricter rules around collaboration app usage

Employees crave stricter rules around collaboration app usage

As you continue with your life under lockdown and as you shift your working pattern to working from home instead of the office, you may feel you are more distracted than when you are in the workplace. The report provided by Unify Square examines the most utilized features across workplace collaboration, app usage trends, and how they are impacting productivity, employee behavior, and security.

 

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Enterprise workers have “love-hate” feelings toward collaboration software

Enterprise workers have “love-hate” feelings toward collaboration software

Slack, Zoom, and other collaboration apps can boost productivity and work-life balance, but 40% of employees say strict rules need to be enforced, according to Unify Square research. The report examined the most used features across collaboration application platforms and their impact on productivity, employee behavior, security, and more.

 

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How to Ensure Your Collaboration Apps Are Secure

“Workstream collaboration is positioned as an open model, aligned with the communication patterns of the digital generation that is rapidly evolving. Users are empowered to create channels dynamically and share information across them. While this model may appeal to a digital workforce, it gives rise to concerns for information security teams in IT.”

 

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Unify Square Updates PowerSuite with New Services

“Unify Square, one of the leading providers of software for meetings, chat, and call experiences, recently announced the extension of its state-of-the-art PowerSuite solution. With PowerSuite, users can monitor, analyse, and secure everything from Microsoft Teams to Slack, Zoom, Workplace by Facebook, and Skype for Business in one environment. “

 

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M-Files Enhances G Suite, Unapproved Apps Still Plague Workplace and Other News

“Many enterprise managers suspect some of their workers are using unapproved collaboration apps, and research from Unify Square appears to confirm those suspicions. In fact, according to the Teamwork and Collaboration: Rise of Millennials and End User vs. IT Discord (registration required) report, millennials are twice as likely to use unapproved collaboration apps in the workplace.”
 

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Collaboration App Patterns Suggest Generational Frictions

“Unify Square partnered with Osterman Research to produce a document about the changing nature of meetings and collaboration in the age of the multi-generational workforce. According to the study, there are significant generational differences in the way that people use these tools to connect and collaborate.”

 

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