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Infographic: Teams vs. Zoom vs. Slack

This Teams vs Zoom vs Slack infographic will help you answer this common business question—which collaboration suite will be the best fit for your company?

In recent years, more organizations opt for cloud communication solutions to keep their teams connected. In fact, 2.3 million users have joined the cloud communications market, according to market data by Cavell Group.

Additionally, the number of companies with a remote workforce has increased across the country. With many employees working remotely or using their own devices, companies need to put in place solutions that will help them continue operations uninterrupted.

Zoom was the biggest beneficiary of the online communications race—especially a few years back—but what will businesses need long-term?

Teams vs. Zoom vs. Slack Infographic

This Teams vs. Zoom vs. Slack infographic is for decision makers who need a communications solution for their business. If you are unsure which is best software for your organization as you consider costs, efficiency, and features, check out the graphic below.

It’s become increasingly clear that having a unified communications platform is essential for a modern organization.

This is due to several reasons, not least that companies need a secure and efficient method for sharing communication and data in a company-wide setting.

Organizations that have teams in different locations who need to collaborate, businesses that   employ remote workers, and companies that want to enhance the connectivity of their staff should consider investing in a communications platform. A reliable solution can offer the security and flexibility they need.

Related Post: Which Kind of UCaaS Providers Are Best for Your SMB?

We’ve put together a comparison infographic that looks at the primary features of three big hitters in the communication suite space: Zoom, Slack, and Teams.

Take a look!

 

Teams vs. Slack vs. Zoom infographic with a ucaas comparison. | Impact Networking

UCaaS Comparison: Which Solution is Best for You?

As you can see in the UCaaS comparison infographic above, the best solution for your organization depends on your needs and requirements for the platform.

An important thing to consider is that of the above UCaaS solutions, Microsoft Teams performs better on cybersecurity standards. Teams encrypts data whether the data is in motion or at rest. Additionally, users are required to have an Outlook account to use Teams, which can be also set up with MFA (multi-factor authentication). This gives the platform another layer of security.

Organizations worried about compliance should note that Microsoft Teams was engineered to adhere to compliance regulations for different industries. While Zoom and Slack have recently added more security features, Teams’ cybersecurity capabilities have always been more robust.

For companies looking for a UCaaS with accessibility options, Teams offers live captions for meetings, with 30 additional language options for the Business Basic and Business Standard plans. Video meetings in Teams can also be recorded as well as in Zoom. Slack, however, has a three minute limit on video recordings in Huddle mode.

Regardless of the solution you choose, use this UCaaS comparison infographic to consider your options and priorities to find the best solution for your organization. You can also take a look at Impact’s collaboration and productivity suites.

Collaboration suites are one crucial tool for facilitating modern business operations. To learn more about other Business Intelligence (BI) tools and how to build a BI strategy, download out helpful checklist, What Businesses Need for a Successful Business Intelligence Strategy.