On the latest update, it’s a sunny day in our part of the world and we’re enjoying the better weather by basking in the delights of Microsoft Research’s New Future of Work report. We look at the detail – and think about what might be missing, and how to take action based on their findings. Other highlights this week: Office update changes might be on the way – we discuss whether that’s good or bad; Teams gets new integrations for live events, and Calendly might have a new competitor on the block from Outlook, too.
News, views, and practical insights about topics relating to Microsoft Teams.
IOT isn’t just a buzzword, applied to the right problems. Combined with Microsoft Teams and the Power Platform, an IOT deployment can use information from the real-world to automate business processes and take the human factor out of tasks that are costly when people forget about them. In our guide and video series, find out what IOT devices can be deployed with Azure and Microsoft 365 easily, and how to leverage the information they provide with the Power Platform with real-world business process automation examples.
Azure AD cross-tenant access settings or policies define how your tenant collaborates with other Microsoft 365 tenants. By default, collaboration using Azure B2B Direct Connect is disabled, so some work is needed to prepare for Teams shared channels. In this article, we look at how to set up cross-tenant policies to enable collaboration to begin using Teams shared channels.
The podcast this week discussed the new features coming to Microsoft Teams and Windows 365, including Teams Connect (aka Shared Channels), broadcasting from Teams using RTMP, and some exciting new announcements you definitely need to know about.
Microsoft launched a new feature: RTMP streaming from within Microsoft Teams. This allows you to stream from Microsoft Teams to any supported service – such as YouTube, LinkedIn Live, Twitter, Facebook Live and many third-party event platforms. In this post we show you how to configure it, and what to expect when you use it.