Revisiting Team Messaging Security

By | March 26th, 2019|Blog, Unified Communications and Collaboration|

Fresh from Slack’s EKM announcement, key management was a big topic in my “Securing Your Team Messaging Data” session at Enterprise Connect. In my last No Jitter post, I discussed some of the challenges related to team messaging security, setting the stage for my session discussion last week at Enterprise Connect 2019 and foreshadowing Slack’s [...]

Slack Frontiers NYC 2018: Highlight and Takeaways

By | October 11th, 2018|Blog, Unified Communications and Collaboration|

Last week my colleague Irwin Lazar and I attended the Slack Frontiers conference in NYC. We both walked away impressed. Sure, we've been Slack fans since Nemertes moved on to the platform in 2016. And Irwin consistently hears good things about the platform in his research into Unified Communications and Collaboration (UCC). In our most recent [...]

Webinar Replay- How to Incorporate Team Chat Into Your Collaboration Strategy

By | |Webinars, Unified Communications and Collaboration|

Team chat applications like Cisco Spark, Microsoft Teams, RingCentral Glip, and Slack are gaining rapid enterprise adoption, but they are also creating confusion at IT leaders struggle with how to incorporate team chat into their overall collaboration strategy. Do these apps replace email and IM? Are they the new UC? Are they best suited for [...]

Team Chat: The New Unified Communications?

By | March 8th, 2016|Unified Communications and Collaboration, Report Pop up|

Executive Summary A relatively new type of communications application has gained a rapidly expanding foothold inside the modern enterprise: Team chat. These applications (also called team messaging, team collaboration, persistent messaging, and workstream communications) enable individuals to communicate within teams or workgroups in context within persistent chat spaces (typically called rooms or channels). Team chat [...]