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In addition to his CTO work, Strant is also an Office 365 MVP and author of “Microsoft Office 365: Exchange Online Implementation and Migration (Second Edition).”
Microsoft still has to remove the preview tag from its Microsoft Teams competitor to Slack. A number of testers and those watching from the sidelines have been trying to figure out how Teams works with/competes with Microsoft’s own Office 365 Groups. Strant offers a step-by-step explanation of how Groups provides the underpinning of Teams.
Office 365 Groups vs Teams: How to Successfully Deploy Both
Much like the battle between the titular characters in Batman v Superman, the title of this piece is misleading – albeit a common misconception.
Without giving away any movie spoilers, what I can say is that despite perceptions that Office 365 Groups and Teams are opposing solutions, the reality is that they are actually complimentary. In fact, these two need to work together if we are ever to defeat the evils of emails and boring file shares.
Link to the rest of his guest post on the AvePoint Blog here: