Get conversations going with Kaizala
Microsoft Kaizala has retired on August 31, 2023. We recommend using Microsoft Teams for continued connection, sharing, and collaboration.
Use Microsoft Kaizala to enable secure chat. Enable your organization to connect and coordinate across the external networks while retaining complete ownership of work-related chat data. Connect your organization in Kaizala groups that mirror your way of working.
You and your workforce in the office and in the field needs to communicate and coordinate to get work done. Often this communication happens over unsecure personal messaging apps, putting your organization’s data security at risk. Use Kaizala to secure chat, enabling your organization to connect and coordinate across the external networks while retaining complete ownership of work-related chat data.
- Step 1: Create a group in Kaizala
- Step 2: Invite others
- Step 3: Map your group to the organization
- Step 4: Ask your employees to move their work chat to Kaizala
Use Kaizala to create groups that reflect how your organization works. For example, Contoso Corp could have several groups, such as Contoso – All Employees, Contoso - Finance, Contoso – Sales, Contoso - Sales (East), and so on. Use the Kaizala management portal to manage your groups centrally, and to add or manage users in bulk (even in thousands) while retaining complete control over chat data.
- Step 1: Create a group
- Step 2: Bulk upload users to the group