Microsoft Teams

Does Microsoft Teams Give You the Application Visibility You Need?

As Microsoft Teams proliferates within enterprise voice networks, business managers and IT departments require more advanced legacy UC platform reporting visibility than Teams provides.

In April, Microsoft reported that the number Microsoft Teams daily active users had climbed to a staggering 145 million. This followed last year’s exponential, pandemic-related Teams’ growth: to 44 million daily users in March 2020; 75 million by April 2020; and 115 million by last October. Not bad for a platform launched globally just four years ago.

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High Availability Direct Routing – the Key to Adding Telephony to Microsoft Teams

With more than 650,000 US businesses using Office 365, and over 115 million daily Teams users, Microsoft is well-positioned to maintain its long-standing desktop dominance. While no challenger poses an existential threat here, Microsoft is vulnerable in the broader collaboration space, where these two offerings do not represent a complete solution.

Microsoft Ignite – Their Vision for a Post-PC World and Teams Updates

It’s only fitting that with Ignite being held this year as a virtual event, the big story was introducing Mesh, their mixed reality platform. We’ve gone a whole year now without attending live events, and virtual events have become so normalized, that they’ve become the new reality.

Like anything else, if you keep doing something long enough, that becomes reality, even if it’s virtual. So, nobody thinks twice now about seeing VR demos virtually – although this would have seemed laughable five years ago – but as they say on the news these days, that’s where we are now.

TalkingHeadz Podcasts

In their TalkingHeadz on Enterprise Communications podcast series, BCStrategies Experts