This Week in Teams, Craig and Jay jump into the October 2021 Microsoft Teams Team product blog where ALL the goodies that were announced for commercial and US Government tenants. We jumped into the Government announcements first, because Jay wanted to and because for the first time in forever, there seem to be a lot of them. We discussed how often times the Government tenants feel left behind in all the great teams news, but now it seems Microsoft is trying hard for speedier delivery times. Then we jumped through all of the end-user focused features, and a few management features, throughout the commercial tenants.
Microsoft Teams is Captain Marvel, SharePoint is Captain America. Do you agree? Who is your M365 Iron Man? The Hulk? On this episode of This Week in Teams, Jay and I talked with Oluwatosin Anishere (Tosi), a technical consultant for Wragby Business Solutions. Technologies in Nigeria. She specialize in Microsoft Azure, and Microsoft 365, also a Microsoft certified trainer. In this episode Tosi tells us who are her M365 Marvel superheroes.
This Week in Teams, Craig and Jay jump into the April 2021 Microsoft Teams Team product blog where ALL the goodies that were announced for commercial and US Government tentants
In this session of This Week in Teams, Craig Jahnke and Jay Leask invited Amanda Sterner to discuss the many features and enhancements that we’ve seen over the past few months within Microsoft Teams meetings which continue to enhance how Microsoft Teams meetings support a work-from-home environment.
In this episode, Craig and Jay discuss the top 12 Gifts of Teams – oh – we cover 12 categories of Teams with a recap some of the top releases of 2020, mixed with some of the classic features of #MicrosoftTeams and why they’re still so important
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke talk Microsoft collaboration systems, specifically: SharePoint and OneDrive. To oversimplify their thoughts, inspired by the recently released Document Circle of Life in Office 365, the two ultimately agree that SharePoint is for co-authoring and publishing, while OneDrive is for individuals working on individual content — but there’s always more to it than any simplification can properly document.