Along with the general availability of a new Graph Export API for Teams, Microsoft is introducing new licensing and charging models. Understanding the charging incurred for different uses will take some time to sort out and could pose real challenges for ISVs working in the migration space. Developers need to understand terms like model A and model B, seeded capacity, and consumption units and how these apply to their apps. The question now is if this is a test bed for Microsoft to apply similar charges to other APIs.
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On the show this week, we’re joined by the Commsverse conference crew to discuss next week’s Teams conference. Missed TEC? Find out about the best bits. And as always the latest Microsoft 365 news
After a false start in 2020, Microsoft is coming back with version 2 of the Teams Advanced Communications add-on. The documentation lists four new capabilities. You’ll have to make your mind up whether these features are worth whatever Microsoft asks for in terms of add-on pricing. We probably won’t have that information until the preview phase of the features terminates at the end of 2021. I can’t wait!
In the show this week – Microsoft price increases, Ignite is back later this year, we bid IE11 farewell, cover the latest Teams new features and – discuss Exchange vulnerabilities you need to patch and protect yourself against.