[Webinar] Microsoft Teams vs. Zoom: Improve ROI and Reduce Risk
Join us on Feb. 25 at 12 p.m. EST for a webinar about getting the most out of your Microsoft Teams investment. We’ll discuss why you shouldn’t pay for things like Zoom, because you can use Teams for all your internal and external needs.
Should companies pay for Zoom when they also have Microsoft Teams? Probably not.
If your organization has purchased Zoom (or other video conferencing applications like WebEx or GoToMeeting) and already has Microsoft Teams, you may not be making the most of your Microsoft 365 investment. Understandably, some companies are reluctant to go “all in” using Microsoft Teams for internal and external meetings. But once there’s a better understanding of Teams vs. Zoom, oftentimes, organizations discover they can reduce cost, improve security and enhance the employee experience.
Going “all in” with Teams will increase ROI of the Microsoft 365 platform, decrease costs and reduce confusion for employees.
In this live webinar, enterprise collaboration expert Michael McNett will explain the various factors that may create hesitance to embrace Microsoft Teams fully and why eliminating Zoom is probably the right decision for your organization. During the session, Michael will share:
- Why using Microsoft Teams for meetings or live events can be better than Zoom.
- The options for meetings offered within Teams and when to use what.
- Steps to take to increase the value of Microsoft 365 for your company.
- Best practices for hosting meetings with external users.
- Future enhancements of Teams that will make the experience an even better investment.
You’ll also have the opportunity to ask questions during a live Q&A session. This session is for you if you’d like to explore whether or not using Microsoft Teams for your company’s video conferencing needs is the right decision.
About the Speaker
Michael McNett is our Enterprise Collaboration Practice lead. He focuses on helping organizations become more productive and gaining a competitive edge by improving their teamwork and collaboration capabilities. By taking a business and people-first approach, Mike partners with clients to guide them through steps that will help them increase their employee engagement and return on investment.
Mike has nearly 30 years of experience in building and leading teams and organizations while an Officer in the United States Army (1983-2012) where he served in a variety of leadership and technical positions to include being the Director of the Continental United States Theater Network and Operations Security Center and the Chief Information Officer of both the National Defense University and the United States Military Academy. Since 2012, Mike has been a senior IT consultant in the Columbus, Ohio area, advising clients on how they can improve their collaboration and communication capabilities by ensuring their projects are well-governed and aligned to their business goals and objectives.
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