Posted: Thursday, October 3, 2019
If your organisation has employees working on group projects then the simple answer is yes your organisation can benefit from using Microsoft Teams right now. SME’s can gain just as much benefit from using Microsoft Teams as corporates do.
If you are using Skype for Business you may not also be aware that as of July 2021 Microsoft Teams will be replacing Skype for Business as the main video conferencing tool in Office 365. Microsoft Teams is already here, comes as part of Office 365 and since the start of September all new Microsoft Office 365 users are set up on Microsoft Teams by default.
Microsoft Teams totally rethinks how workgroups within organisations communicate. It enables a more modern way of collaborating between employees, building in social tools that help to streamline communications.
Microsoft Teams encompasses all of the Office 365 apps your workgroups love and use everyday and allows access to a wide range of 3rd party tools from within one environment.
Accessible across the internet on Mobile Devices, PC and Mac, Microsoft Teams is a modern, cutting edge tool for improving your workgroups communication and productivity. Microsoft Team acts a collaborative hub helping to reduce costs, accelerate decision making and improve the employee and customer experience.
In order for your organisation to benefit from the promise of improved efficiency and collaboration, and ensure a seamless transition from Skype for Business you need to plan for its implementation, train your employees and ultimately get them using Microsoft Teams.
Organisations with one or more workgroups working on common tasks or projects should consider getting started with Microsoft Teams today.
To gain a deeper insight into the importance of Microsoft Teams and how to get started, read our free MD’s guide here.