Network Path Performance


Deploying and operating Teams

Microsoft Teams involved several internal IT departments and external service provider such as ISP, security, backup and of course Microsoft.

Incident identification

When a problem occurs it is difficult to know who is responsible because you must coordinate each different team and service providers to understand the issue. Most of the time, people try to blame somebody else, and you don’t have the data to sort this out.

Network traceability

Microsoft does not provide this type of tests to help you with this situation. At the end it costs a lot of your time and energy to understand who is responsible for a detected network latency.


Network traceability

Automatic and continuous test of the entire network path from your critical locations to Microsoft Teams services

Route analysis

Identify abnormal change of path of the data to Microsoft Teams

Incident identification

Get hop by hop analysis identifying where the latency is and who is responsible for it

Identify network bottleneck

Identify network bottleneck to Microsoft Teams

Cloud access

Troubleshoot your critical users and users with recurring issues by analyzing their route to the cloud performance


  • You can now measure and be alerted on the network path quality from your critical locations and users to Microsoft Teams
  • You don’t spend time coordinating multiple teams and service providers to identify who is responsible for the latency affecting Teams calls & meetings
  • You can ensure the best and fastest network route to Microsoft Teams
  • You prevent Teams Voice problem to happen
  • You can easily troubleshoot VIPs and user with recurring issues
  • You increase user satisfaction, Teams ROI while reducing your problems and associated costs

WCS Cloud Communications

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