CW Squared act as Trusted Advisors to help CIOs, CISOs and other enterprise decision-makers keep up with the rapid rate of technological change. Our dynamic matrices allow for side-by-side, real-time comparison of key solution areas, such as UCaaS, CCaaS, Security, SD-WAN and Cloud with dynamic criteria selection and ranking.
Enterprises Can Now Add a Global Cloud Voice Solution that Is the First to Fully Integrate with Microsoft Teams without Changing the Employee Experience
CW Squared, a leading integrated cloud communications platform, today launched an enterprise-grade cloud telephony solution for Microsoft Teams environments allowing global organisations to scale and deliver work-from-anywhere communications. CW Squared Voice for Microsoft Teams delivers an enterprise-class and easy-to-administer global voice solution for IT leaders while keeping the Microsoft Teams experience unchanged for end users. Continue reading “Voice for Microsoft Teams now available”
CW Squared is excited to announce our inclusion onto the G-Cloud 12 framework, part of the UK’s official Digital Marketplace for the Public Sector. With our G-Cloud accreditation, CW Squared is qualified to support UK public sector organisations and agencies in their journey to move to the next generation of Cloud Communication and AI Services.
With the rapid growth of Microsoft Teams over the last several years, the burgeoning team chat tool has become a critical plank in many organisations’ end-user communications strategies, especially during COVID-19. With a great many organisations around the world working from home as a result of the pandemic, the need for a single, integrated cloud-based communications system that works with their phone system is greater than ever. Continue reading “Simplify Your Business Processes Utilising Integrated Enterprise Telephony”
Today Microsoft announce Templates in Microsoft Teams, enabling you to create effective teams faster and more easily than ever.
As businesses move to adopt cloud platforms, the landscape of offerings becomes more complicated. I regularly write about these changes, and there’s a lot to keep track of. The root of all this is the SaaS model – Software as a Service – where applications are consumed and paid for on an on-demand basis. The business doesn’t own the platform, and IT can be very hands-off in managing things – both of which are attractive value drivers.
Sometimes, we need to destroy the status quo to create a new model of engagement. Sometimes, the market does that for us and that can be even scarier. Change is always scary and overwhelming, especially when it comes to technology. But it is inevitable.