CISCO JABBER TO MICROSOFT TEAMS
MIGRATION

 

Collaboration tools offer a wealth of benefits to end users such as enhanced teamwork and creativity. But as Team Collaboration (TC) tools like Slack and Microsoft Teams have grown in popularity, migrating from legacy unified communication (UC) platforms to TC platforms has become an enormous undertaking for large organizations. Collaboration and communication (Presence, IM, group chat, channels, and file sharing) need to continue uninterrupted, regardless of the progress of the migration. ConverseCloud can simplify this process by providing seamless interoperability between legacy Cisco Jabber and new MS Teams platform.

Federation Capabilities


Presence


Chat


Group Chat


File Sharing

DISCOVER CONVERSECLOUD

Join hundreds of companies around the world that already use ConverseCloud to successfully migrate from Cisco Jabber to MS Teams.

Why ConverseCloud?

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– John Doe, General Manager, Acme Corporation

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Acts as a secure hub for all your federations
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Provides trusted access to a network of Global 5000 companies
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Provides an enterprise management portal to manage your federations
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Eliminates the cost of maintaining different compliance solutions
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Eliminates the need to support multiple messaging clients
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Eliminate the need to manage and administer Guest Account
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Monitors the health of all your federation with real-time alerting
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Gives you insights into how your external federations are adding value

Supported Platforms

Wide Coverage of Unified Communication and Team Collaboration Platforms

Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business Online (Office 365), Skype for Business, Lync 2013 and 2010; Cisco WebEx Teams,
WebEx Messenger, Unified Communication Manager IM and Presence Service; IBM Sametime; Slack; Facebook WorkPlace; Fuze, Unify Circuit and OpenScape®; BroadSoft UC-One®; Thomson Reuters Eikon Messenger; Chicago Mercantile Exchange (CMS) Pivot; Avaya Aura; Tigase; and ConverseMaxine, to name a few.