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Oct 12 2017   5:59PM GMT

Microsoft Teams

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Microsoft Teams is a chat-based collaboration tool that is part of the Office 365 suite of services. Continued…

Quote of the Day

“The Teams interface is much better suited to group, persistent collaboration, and it provides clarity around what so far has been a confusing array of Microsoft collaboration tools.” – Irwin Lazar

Learning Center
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Could Microsoft Teams replace Outlook and Yammer?
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Skype for Business users face Microsoft Teams migration questions
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Skype for Business users wary of Microsoft Teams telephony
Skype for Business users have expressed concerns about deploying Microsoft Teams. In particular, they’re uncertain about telephony setup and controls.

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Quiz Yourself
This popular collaboration tool originally started out as a chat tool for a now-defunct gaming technology.
a. What is Yammer?
b. What is Slack?
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