Microsoft is finally offering a free version of Teams and it’s far more robust than you may think even though it costs nothing to use.
This month, we are going to cover the SharePoint announcement with a little summertime flare.
This month’s updates cover some GDPR stuff, Teams reminding me that it is important, and some other fun tidbits. Good news for you? I kept the snark to a minimum. You are welcome.
Microsoft is making it easier to keep Teams organized with a new archive option for historical content.
A free version of Microsoft Teams is still in development and new documentation suggests its release will happen in the near future.
Another month has come and gone and the pace of change in the Office 365 ecosystem continues to wear me out.
Tons of Spring Updates in the Office 365 space to cover this month. As always, it will be the news you need with the two cents you don’t.
Microsoft’s Teams is off to a strong start but the company needs to be aggressive with feature deployment and not become complacent upon its success.
Microsoft has unveiled the features roadmap for its Teams platform which includes further Cortana integration, Cloud recording and a lot more.
Microsoft has made the news official, Skype for Business will be going away and Teams is the new future for communication.
Microsoft has announced that they have begun rolling out Guest access for Teams and that over 125,000 organizations are now using the platform.
Anyone who is using Microsoft Teams has been waiting patiently for guest access and while the company isn’t saying anything publicly, there is progress on this feature.
Microsoft Teams has reached general availability and with more than 50,000 organizations using the platform, it is off to a strong start.