Getting Back to Work Post COVID-19
By: Ryan Willden
COVID19 has come, and life as we knew it will be no longer. Necessary shifts in behaviors, social norms, and habits, etc. are coming. Already, “touchless” interactions have been put into place, from buying groceries or a new car, to closing on a mortgage, to ordering take-out. This same reality will likely materialize in the workplace as regions of the country start to “open up” and employees return to the office. More specifically, workplace technology in meeting rooms (where collaboration and interaction are key) will need to evolve to meet the new reality. Conference rooms are the perfect reentry to the post COVID strategy. That’s where CompuNet comes in.
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Audio Conferencing with Dial-Out in Microsoft Teams
By: Rob Husted
With the recent rise in employees working from home, we've received many questions from our clients about adding Audio Conferencing functionality to Microsoft Teams Meetings. While Teams can be used as a meeting platform on various Voice over IP devices with many Microsoft 365 Plans (i.e. F1, E1 and E3), the ability to provide a conference bridge phone number for dialing in and out of the meeting via telephone is not always included.
“Audio Conferencing in Office 365 lets users call in to meetings from their phones. Audio Conferencing allows up to 250 phone attendees.” Audio Conferencing also allows the bridge to call out to a desk phone or cell phone.