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Microsoft Teams provides a modern conversation experience for today’s teams. Microsoft Teams supports not only persistent but also threaded chats to keep everyone engaged. Team conversations are, by default, visible to the entire team, but there is of course the ability for private discussions.

We like to think of Teams as a corporate chat room, that allows you to reduce email traffic, get instant information from co-workers as needed, discuss and work on files as the same time, all while being to search through previous conversations whenever you need. Teams has enormous potential to change the way your business operates.

Skype is deeply integrated, so teams can participate in voice and video conferences. And everyone can add personality to their digital workspace with emojis, stickers, GIFs and custom memes to make it their own.

Microsoft Teams provides the advanced security and compliance capabilities that our Office 365 users expect. Data is encrypted in transit and at rest. 

Sign in to your Microsoft Teams account to:

Host audio, video, and web conferences with anyone inside or outside your organization 

Coauthor and share files with popular Office 365 apps like Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, SharePoint. 

Integrate apps from Microsoft and third-party partner services to tailor your process, increasing teamwork and productivity. 

Good news is you can also access Teams across other devices

For all IOS users you may download the app here:
Download on the App Store

For all Android users you may download the app here:
Get it on Google Play

Would you like some assistance in getting started with Office 365 – Microsoft Teams in your business? Reach out to your Account Manager to arrange some training sessions.

Learn more about Microsoft Teams:
Meet the hub for teamwork in Office 365

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