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5 Reasons Why Businesses Are Turning to Collaboration as a Service

- April 18, 2017 - 1 Comment

The way we work today has changed dramatically with growing flexibility in the workplace. With increase in user mobility, effective collaboration solutions are a must to maintain teamwork and improve productivity.

To address the changing climate, many businesses have opted for collaboration as a service (CaaS): According to Synergy Research Group, hosted and cloud solutions were up 9% in 2016 year-over-year.

These are a few reasons why organizations are
moving to CaaS:

  1. CapEx to OpeX shift: Pay per use model that reduces complexity and cost.
  2. No up-front cost: Eliminated expense of purchasing, maintaining and upgrading software and hardware and on-going costs.
  3. No technical expertise required: Broad collaboration capabilities delivered without having to take up IT resources.
  4. Consistent user experience: Similar experience and set of capabilities offered to users wherever they are located.
  5. Enterprise-class security: Protected environment and data via antivirus, anti-spam, system updates, data archiving, backup and recovery solutions.

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