Each month Microsoft give us an update on all the latest features added to Microsoft Teams. This post published at the end of November showcases a number of excellent new features that are sure to please Teams fans and users across the globe.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, IT.ie shares Microsoft’s technology vision and commitment, understanding the pivotal role technology can play in addressing broader societal challenges. To drive this Microsoft have launched the Microsoft Partner Pledge which focuses on the following four critical goals:
Last week Microsoft held their spring Ignite event announcing a host of new features and updates for Microsoft Teams. In Part 1 we looked at the new features and updates for the Meeting and Webinar functions. In this post, we will look at the rest of the features and updates announced for Teams including;
At various times throughout the year, big tech companies host events where they announce new products or exciting updates, and Microsoft is no different. The Microsoft Ignite event is the hot ticket event for both Microsoft partners and enthusiasts. At this, year's Ignite hosted between 02-04 of March Microsoft announced a host of updates
Dual screens are becoming the norm in the office and now for many of us also in the home office. They offer you more screen real estate and allows you to view and interact with several windows without having to minimise one window to view another. For many more, however, a dual environment isn’t an
This year has seen Microsoft release some welcome new features, including Custom Backgrounds, 3 x 3 view on Desktops and Raise your Hand in Meetings. As the features keep rolling out the team at IT.ie have picked the top new features announced at or leading up to the Microsoft’s Virtual Ignite 2020 event.
For several months now you could enable one of the virtual backgrounds from a small library of backgrounds available in Teams. Microsoft now allows you to add your own custom background for video meetings
Microsoft Teams was launched in early 2017 and has become the companies fastest growing application with approximately half a million companies worldwide using it (Pre COVID-19). What you may not know is that the app started life on a fruit farm in Hawaii and hotel room in Las Vegas.
There’s been a lot of talk about “Remote Working” over the past number of days in light of the spread of the Coronavirus, however, the adoption of remote working had seen significant growth long before Coronavirus was on anyone’s radar. Remote working is a viable option for many but unfortunately for many more, it is not.
Microsoft Teams isn’t new but there still remains some confusion as to what it actually is and how it can help improve workplace productivity. Is it just another chat app? Is it an upgrade of Microsoft Skype for Business? Microsoft Teams is so much more than just another chat app and while having some of