Integrated Microsoft Loop, Teams boost virtual collaboration

Integrated Microsoft Loop, Teams boost virtual collaboration

As most organizations now have hybrid workers, virtual collaboration is a priority. Here’s how integrating Microsoft Teams with Loop components can enable effective collaboration.

Today’s workforce is hybrid. On average, just one-third of employees work full time in a traditional office, according to Metrigy’s latest survey of more than 900 global companies.

Alternatively, 27% of employees work full time at home, while 29% split their time between home and office. For businesses, enabling effective collaboration and communications in a hybrid work environment isn’t just a nice-to-have, but rather an imperative to ensure organizational success.

IT has responded to the needs of the hybrid workforce by delivering new collaboration capabilities, including video conferencing, team collaboration and messaging, and, more recently, collaborative workflow, task and project management tools. Collaboration tools like these are critical to help companies achieve top employee experience goals, such as enabling engagement, fostering connectivity and improving productivity, as Metrigy found in an employee experience study of 250 global companies in the second quarter of 2022.

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