At the Ignite 2021 event, Microsoft announced that Teams will have multi-geo capabilities later this year. The same $2/user/month uplift as used for other multi-geo workloads applies to Teams. The announcement is not unexpected. Teams consumes services from Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft 365 Groups, all of which are already multi-geo capable.
On the Practical 365 weekly update, we're joined by Microsoft's Mark Kashman to talk about Lists. We explore when and how to use it, how to launch it to the business and how you can extend and build applications using it. We begin with a quick primer, discuss who should use it, and explore when Microsoft Lists is the right tool to use instead of other Microsoft applications. We explore use-cases and opportunities and Mark gives us great examples when Lists is the perfect tool, and talks about how he uses Lists day-to-day.
In 2020, the pandemic forced The Experts Conference (TEC) to switch from an in-person to a virtual event. This article dives into the real practical challenges I faced turning a highly engaging in-person event into a successful virtual one using the Teams platform. I'll explain why we chose and how we used Microsoft Teams, the personnel required to pull this off, including the tenant administrator's critical role, an overview of the technical environment, and several of the significant technical/delivery gotchas we had to live with or workaround.
Sigi Jagott recently discovered his inbound calls weren't routing to his Teams client. Find out why and how to fix it in his blog.
If you’ve been surprised to find Skype for Business Online isn’t in your tenant, then read on. We’ll explain where it’s gone and how to enable it.
How to silently deploy the Microsoft Teams desktop client using a PowerShell script and Group Policy.
If you're trying to run a gradual Office 365 adoption project, managing access to individual apps and services is critical. Unfortunately, it's also not very simple.
Here's what is new and changed in Office 365 for June 2017.
Microsoft Teams now supports integration with third party cloud storage solutions such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Sharefile, and Box. Integration is enabled by default, and can be controlled by Office 365 admins.