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Your Guide to Microsoft Teams at Microsoft Ignite 2022

Original Post Read More   We are one week away from this year’s Microsoft Ignite and Microsoft Teams has an incredible lineup of content. In this blog, you’ll get a sneak peek into the Teams experience at Ignite. The sessions span the breadth of Teams so you will be able

Modern Work Superheroes Quick Tip | How to Use Presenter Mode in Microsoft Teams

Original Post Read More The Modern Work Superheroes (formerly known as Teams Superheroes) are back and better than ever! This month, join Mariel as she takes you through an easy way to enhance the Teams Meeting experience—Teams Presenter Mode. Have you ever seen a presentation and the presenter’s video was

Your Guide to Microsoft Teams at Microsoft Ignite 2022

Original Post Read More We are one week away from this year’s Microsoft Ignite and Microsoft Teams has an incredible lineup of content. In this blog, you’ll get a sneak peek into the Teams experience at Ignite. The sessions span the breadth of Teams so you will be able to

Empower frontline workers in financial services with Microsoft Teams

Original Post Read More The role of the frontline worker is not only unique within financial services, but also rapidly evolving. From the universal bankers helping customers with home loans to the claims adjusters assessing damage after a storm, frontline workers oversee broad and increasingly diverse responsibilities. Across banking, insurance,

What’s New in Microsoft Teams | August and September 2022

Original Post Read More We are excited to tell you about the many new Teams features we have added in August and September. This month marks the availability of collaborative annotations in meetings, an improved front row experience in Microsoft Teams rooms, intelligent chat translation on mobile devices, and more.

Microsoft Teams maintains audio quality even in challenging network scenarios

Original Post Read More Choppy sound. Frozen video. It’s likely everyone has experienced poor meeting and call quality due to a bad internet connection. The growth in hybrid work has made this a more universal challenge, as organizations truly depend on video conferencing tools for continuity, flexibility, and inclusivity. While