Microsoft Teams Compliance can be complicated! This article has everything you need to know. Teams covers so many services you need to understand both Office 365 compliance features and the feature of each app.
How can Yammer help with future AI efforts? What does it have to do with machine learning? We discuss how Yammer and Microsoft Teams complement each other, and how Yammer and Microsoft Teams can be used by highly regulated industries.
Struggling to explain Office 365, Groups, or Microsoft Teams? Want to learn how bots can help your business? Matt Wade, Cloud Services Lead at H3 Solutions, and his team have created a Microsoft Teams bot called Bizzy, that can be trained using Microsoft Flow.
Office 365 offers a great tool set for collaboration and productivity. New features are frequently added, such as the new Microsoft Teams and Groups features, which provides a powerful solution for cross-silo collaboration. Yet, these tools can create a challenge for compliance.
Microsoft Teams introduces yet another collaboration option to Office 365. It joins a full suite of tools designed to increase productivity and facilitate people working together. How is Microsoft Teams different than these options? How is it the same?
Microsoft Teams is the chat based collaboration solution from Microsoft, included with most Office 365 plans. We’ve had a lot of questions form customers and the community about this functionality. It’s easier to show Microsoft Teams, rather than explain it, so enjoy this 10 minute overview of the basic features of Microsoft Teams!
As a part of RecordPoint’s “Ultimate Guide to Microsoft Teams” series, we wanted to harness the collective knowledge of our staff around Microsoft Teams and share some of the lessons learned along the way. These tips come from our experience using Microsoft Teams internally at RecordPoint. They also come from conversations we’ve been having within our network of Office 365 experts, and from helping people make sense of this new tool.
This presentation reviews some ways Microsoft Teams can immediately add value to your organization. These scenarios help create that “ah-ha” moment with your users.
Tabs allow you to add third-party apps and services to your Microsoft Team, providing all of your work in one context. They are especially useful because you can read, edit, and interact with the information from the tab, so you don’t have to leave Microsoft Teams to do your work.
Welcome to the world of bots! Well, at least chat bots. These automated helpers are designed to answer questions or perform tasks by contacting them in the conversations or chat areas of Microsoft Teams.