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Microsoft Teams collaboration apps are built for hybrid work so you and your team stay informed, organized, and connected — all in one place.

Explore how Teams can help you and your colleagues come no matter where you are:

  • Chat – Message someone or a group to talk about work, projects, or just for fun.

  • Teams – Create a team and channels to gather people together and work in focused spaces with conversations and files.

  • Calendar – Connect with people before, during, and after a meeting so prep and follow-up are easy to find. This Teams calendar syncs with your Outlook one.

  • Apps – Find familiar apps and explore new ones to simplify, customize, and manage how you work.

  • Catch up on all your unread messages, @mentions, replies, and more under Activity.

  • Use the Search box to find and filter specific items or people, take quick actions, and launch apps.


Slack is a messaging app for business that connects people to the information they need. By bringing people together to work as one unified team, Slack transforms the way organizations communicate.

  • Flexible
    Slack supports asynchronous work. When work is organized in channels, no matter your location, time zone, or function, you can access the information you need on your own time. Ask questions, get caught up, and share updates without having to coordinate schedules.
  • Inclusive
    In Slack, everyone in an organization has access to the same shared and searchable information. When teams work together in channels, information can be shared with everyone at once, helping keep teams stay aligned and make decisions more quickly.


Zoom’s comprehensive unified communications platform delivers innovative solutions that can easily scale and accommodate hybrid work models — all while supporting security, privacy, and compliance requirements.

At the end of the day, Zoom is a productivity tool. It helps you get more done in less time by removing geography as a barrier to face-to-face meetings. At the same time, we have seen that Zoom has removed geography as a barrier to jobs, which is enabling a more productive global workforce. Companies can hire across borders and employees have access to jobs thanks to video conferencing, and Zoom is the best. 

Types of Video Conferencing

A video conference can be:

  • Point-to-point. A one-on-one conversation involving two participants in different locations. A video call with a client or a customer service rep, for example, is point-to-point video conferencing.
  • Multi-point. Also called “group video conferencing” or “group calls,” this is a conversation that involves three or more people in at least two locations. It could be a business meeting with some participants at the office and others remote, or a webinar where a person streams to viewers in several locations.


What Is Required for Video Conferencing?

To join or host any basic video conference, you need:

  • A desktop or laptop computer
  • A web camera
  • A microphone
  • Speakers or headphones
  • High-speed internet access
  • An account with a video conferencing service
  • Most laptops come with a camera, microphone and speakers built in, and those are sufficient for basic conferencing. For more privacy, you can connect headphones, which usually also include a microphone. For a sharper picture, purchase a third-party webcam.

To join or host video conferences with multiple participants in a single room, your business could purchase a conference room setup to capture the best video and audio from all participants in the room.

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