Learn how Microsoft Teams can accelerate your business and improve collaboration.
This year the way we work has changed, and with it has come the age of remote working. While many of us are navigating our way through reimagining our workflows, a market leader is emerging as a must-have tool. Microsoft Teams.
If you’re not familiar with Teams, we’ve put together a comprehensive guide on why this is a game-changing app. MS Teams is changing the way businesses work, especially throughout COVID-19, and cements the place of Office 365 as an enterprise solution.
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We’ve made sure to cover all of the essentials in this comprehensive guide, so whether you’re considering MS Teams for your business or have opened Teams for the first time – this guide is a must have!
What is Microsoft Teams?
Microsoft Teams is a single interface that brings together many of the quintessential O365 abilities and allows users to seamlessly work on, store and share department or project-based works. Not only that, but MS Teams can work as a comprehensive enterprise telephony system – meaning that users can have a DDI (direct dial-in) number linked directly to their account. Learn more about our telephony solutions.
How much does Microsoft Teams cost?
Microsoft Teams is available with limited functionality as a free application or as part of an Office365 subscription, it is not however available as a standalone product – meaning that you can’t get the full feature set without O365. But perhaps the biggest incentive for Microsoft Teams is the likelihood of companies already having an Office365 subscription.
Office365 enterprise and business plans are typically charged on a per month, per user basis with an annual commitment. If you don’t yet have an active subscription, our team can assist in planning your adoption or migration of the platform.
Are Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business the same?
While they may both be providing a VOIP telephony solution and are both owned by Microsoft, they are not the same thing. Microsoft has publicly announced Teams as its new champion of telephony and communication, having officially superseded Skype for Business on July 31st 2020.