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Skype for Business enhancing collaboration in BT’s cloud of clouds.

If your people can communicate better, they’ll be more productive. With Skype for Business, delivered as part of BT One Cloud Microsoft, you’ll give your people the freedom to talk the way they want to, but keep your costs down. See how it helps make Tom more productive in a typical day.
Visit www.bt.com/skype-for-business to find out more.
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    If your people can communicate better, they’ll be more productive. With Skype for Business, delivered as part of BT One Cloud Microsoft, you’ll give your people the freedom to talk the way they want to, but keep your costs down. See how it helps make Tom more productive in a typical day.
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Building productive digital workplaces.
Improving the productivity of your employees is likely to be one of your priorities, especially if you’re running a digital transformation programme. Better communications can make a big difference to your success - 9 in 10 employees say mobile apps and collaboration tools help boost their productivity (People, productivity and the digital workplace, Davies Hickman Partners, 2018)

What if you could create a productive, digital workplace without it being daunting or costly? Our cloud collaboration services let you deliver a more connected, visual workspace where everyone can get access to the latest collaboration tools – IM, presence, desktop sharing, video or team spaces – making decision-making quicker and working easier. You can extend the benefits of collaborative working from your main offices to your branches, and from your home workers to those on the move. No matter where your people are, they’ll be able to contribute and get the job done using our cloud, wi-fi and internet deployment options.

“There’s a straightforward way to boost workplace productivity. . . . new, smart ways of working can be achieved through mobile and collaboration tools deployed as cloud-based services backed by wireless connectivity.” Andrew Small, vice president, unified communications and contact centres, Global Services, BT.

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