How to boost productivity using Microsoft Teams and Cisco Webex
The unforeseen COVID-19 pandemic in 2020 disrupted businesses throughout the UK.
This pandemic resulted in the majority of the office workforce working from home and enforcing a massive change in working practices.
Organisations made significant investments in collaboration applications like video conferencing and team messaging and heading into 2021 they are likely to continue to flesh out strategies to improve remote worker productivity while planning for potential returns to the office.
The hybrid workplace has become the new normal.
With this model, employees have the flexibility to work in-office or remote. For organisations, it requires an adjustment to communication and collaboration methods to ensure employees remain connected with the business and their colleagues – maintaining a link between them is core to a resilient workplace.
Once a strategy has been agreed one of the biggest challenges is user acceptance. In addition to the pre-requisite best practice guidelines and deployment plans, training is one of the keys to successful adoption and improving workforce productivity whilst working from home.
Working with industry experts, Voyager have developed a number of instructor-led training modules which ensure rapid acceptance of new methods of working.
All training courses are tailored for the individual business and follow an initial consultation to discuss management and end-user requirements. We also record our training sessions so they are accessible by attendees for future reference.