Following the announcement that Microsoft Teams has overtaken Slack as the most popular collaborative communications platform, Shure has confirmed that its devices will soon work with the software. The audio company has joined the Microsoft Teams Certification program, and is currently working to achieve certification of a select portfolio of its networked systems products.
The Shure devices that are set to work with Microsoft Teams include the company’s line-up of microphones and digital signal processing products. These should enhance the AV capabilities of the Microsoft Teams software, which enables users to hold both video and audio conference calls with the touch of a button.
“We are excited to announce that several of our core products are in the process of becoming certified for Microsoft Teams,” said Chris Merrick, Director of Global Systems Marketing at Shure.
“Joining the Microsoft Teams certification process is a clear indicator of our intention to provide best-in-class experience, compatibility and reliability in the unified communications market.”