Broadclyst School–Communicating with Skype

Real-time communication can boost productivity, broaden perspectives, and build stronger partnerships. Hogan Consulting Group knows that, with the right tools, teams can share their work and ideas to benefit group projects and develop stronger working relationships. The Broadclyst School uses #Office365 with Skype for Business to facilitate communication and collaboration among student teams around the world --supporting pupil engagement and enhancing their curriculum. Skype also encourages parent partnerships with the school by enabling parents to attend and participate virtually in school meetings when they can't be there in person.

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In this new clip, Hogan Consulting Group shows how Microsoft Office 365 with Skype for Business facilitates real-time communication and collaboration among student teams across geographies.

Skype’s video-conferencing and group-calling features support the Broadclyst School’s curriculum and enhance pupil engagement, but that’s not all. Using Skype, parents can attend and participate virtually in school meetings when they can’t be there in person–connecting them with their children’s learning. Let us help you reap the benefits of stronger partnerships too.

Aaron Clark

Director of Marketing at Hogan Consulting Group
Aaron is an accomplished Sales & Marketing professional with over 18 years experience in various areas of technology, consultation, and marketing. Follow me for useful technical and quick tip documents relating to the various technologies we promote to Simplify, Deliver, Automate, and Secure your business.

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