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5 Tips to Tame the Teams Fire Hose

If you are like many users in an organization where Teams adoption is growing fast, you are being added to a LOT of teams. After a certain point, it becomes daunting; an overwhelming list of teams and activity that is akin to drinking from a fire hose. Most chat based collaboration app’s suffer from this challenge – how do you allow end-users to participate in all of the projects and teams they are part of it, yet, allow them to focus on what they need to do?

There are many different approaches to this problem, and the right one depends on your situation (how many Teams and Channels and . . . → Read More: 5 Tips to Tame the Teams Fire Hose

Introducing Microsoft Teams

This blog post isn’t specifically about Skype for Business but rather a newly released Microsoft Office 365 Team Collaboration application that has many similar Skype for Business collaboration features, and integrates with Skype for Business Online.

What is Microsoft Teams?

A new Office 365 Team Collaboration Experience (e.g. new Office 365 application) based on chat-based workspaces that brings together people, conversations, content, and tools that teams commonly use to get their work done.

It is built on-top of Office 365 (O365 groups are the pillar) and has built-in integration with:

The Microsoft Office Suite (i.e. Word, Excel, etc..) for content creation/sharing/viewing/editing OneNote for content collaboration . . . → Read More: Introducing Microsoft Teams