During these unusual times, Teams helps to bring people together without physically being together. Users have full access to features that allow seamless collaboration, enhanced voice, search, mobility, sharing, and more. Additionally, with built-in security tools like reporting, data loss prevention, and multi-factor authentication, your organization can keep bad actors at bay without the extra work. On May 12th, P&A hosted a webinar to discuss all of the above and explain how Microsoft Teams can be your office online! Read on to catch up on what you missed.
Chat, Calling, & Meetings
The ability to chat, call, and meet transforms the way that organizations collaborate internally. With a single application on employee devices, each employee is able to access the files or reach the coworker they need without disrupting their workflow. When navigating within the app users can open open, download, revise, and collaborate on the files they need – like a SharePoint site on steroids. When users are chatting, calling, or conference calling, Teams is like Skype on steroids. Furthermore, Microsoft Teams users are able to schedule meetings from within the app by integrating with the employee’s Outlook calendar. This way when scheduling department or company wide meetings, users can be assured that the meeting is on everyone’s calendar.
Microsoft Teams ties together all the native Office 365 capabilities into one secure and easy-to-use tool. With features like Multi-factor Authentication, data loss prevention, and reporting, accessibility is tightly knit with security. People who are outside of your organization cannot access another organization’s Team without permission. This is incredibly important considering Teams can act as a front end to your SharePoint environment.
For more information, check out these helpful resources:
- Microsoft Teams – General Information
- Zoom v. Teams Security
- Zoom v. Teams Collaboration
- Microsoft Teams – Office 365 E1 Trial
If you would like to learn more about how Peters & Associates can help you get started with Teams, or if you are ready to get started with Microsoft Teams, reach out to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or give us a call at 630.832.0075. We can chat about important factors that will shape your Teams experience. We are here to help!
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