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Full guide to Microsoft Teams PBX integration.

Sep 30, 2020 10:00:00 AM / by Alex Hodgson posted in Avaya, call centre, Cisco, office 365, Panasonic, Phone systems, Microsoft, Mitel, NEC, teams, integration


If you're running Microsoft Teams and a phone system (PBX) from the likes of Cisco, Avaya, 3CX and others, and want to improve internal efficiency by learning how much the two can integrate, this blog is for you.

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Live transcription and translation coming soon to PowerPoint for Microsoft 365.

May 4, 2020 8:15:00 AM / by Danny Kirkby posted in office 365, Microsoft


Microsoft will soon be enabling a new PowerPoint feature which make live presentations more inclusive, easier to follow, and just plain better!

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Microsoft's Domestic Calling Plan prices slashed.

Apr 9, 2020 4:59:41 PM / by Alex Hodgson posted in office 365, phone system, Microsoft


UPDATE: Prices and service details now available here.

As experts in both business voice and Microsoft 365 solutions, we've been working along our roadmap of building alternatives to Microsoft's extortionate Calling Plans for a while, but what with "one thing and another" (nod, wink) causing half the world to suddenly realise out of the blue that Microsoft Teams is brilliant, we've had to pretty much turn our roadmap into a teleportation device!

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Try Microsoft Office 365 free for 6 months.

Mar 31, 2020 10:39:20 AM / by One2Call posted in office 365


By allowing your teams to communicate and collaborate from anywhere, and adding killer management and automation tools, Microsoft Office 365 is the ultimate work-from-anywhere solution.
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Direct Routing for Microsoft Teams explained in under 5 minutes

Mar 31, 2020 7:30:00 AM / by Alex Hodgson posted in office 365, Microsoft, teams


Direct Routing for MS Team in under 5 mins FINAL
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Microsoft are making managing shift workers easy with StaffHub for Office 365.

Jan 16, 2017 3:41:20 PM / by One2Call posted in News, office 365, staffhub, Microsoft


StaffHub is a cloud-based platform that enables staff workers and their managers to manage time, communicate, and share content.

Office 365 is Microsoft's fastest growing product in Microsoft's history, and it's easy to see why. It seems a week doesn't go by without another killer app being announced and the latest - StaffHub - seems to tackle an age-old problem with a really clear and simple interface.

Put simply, it gives workers a simple app in which they can manage their own shifts and holidays, communicate with each other, and even see company training videos, and all with the oversight and approval of their managers.

Key features for managers include:

  • Create work schedules for individuals or teams
  • Approve or deny holidays and shift swap requests
  • Communicate directly with individuals or groups
  • Share content such as company news, policy, or training videos

Key features for staff:

  • View your upcoming schedule anytime via the app
  • Arrange shift swaps directly with co-workers (and send them for approval)
  • Request time off quickly and easily
  • Communicate directly with colleagues or teams
  • View company information and company announcements.

For a demo of what StaffHub looks like, view the video below.

How do I get StaffHub?

Along with a host of other great productivity apps (such as Skype for Business, Teams, Planner and Flow) StaffHub is included with Office 365 Business plans and is available now.

Get in touch with your Office 365 administrator, or if you don't have Office 365, arrange your FREE NO OBLIGATION TRIAL with One2Call now.

See StaffHub in action

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