Microsoft 365 is now available for everyone
The world’s productivity cloud is designed to help you achieve more across work and life.
What a month it’s been. In just a few weeks, the way we work and live has changed. Here’s a look at what’s new to Microsoft 365 in March.
How do I choose the right virtual meeting platform for my particular meeting or event? What do I do when I’m planning an event for 10,000-plus? Here's a short answer to these popular questions.
I’m following up with a post answering some of the top related questions we’ve heard from customers around the globe.
Microsoft Teams meeting creation is now available in Canvas, Blackboard, Schoology, Brightspace, and itsLearning.
Each week we will be spotlighting customers in one impacted region around the globe. First up: the Greater China Region.
Software development is a team sport. How do you enable engineers to work together when they need to work apart?
This week marks the third anniversary of Microsoft Teams. It’s been an incredible three years, and I’m inspired to see the way organizations across the globe are using Teams to transform the way they work.
In the two weeks since our team moved to remote work, the fight against COVID-19 has intensified. Many people across the world are staying home and discovering what it’s really like to be there at all times while trying to stay productive.
Microsoft Teams Meetings, Microsoft 365 live events, LinkedIn Live, and—coming soon—PowerPoint Live are all designed to help you create engaging, effective virtual gatherings. And we want to help you make the most of them.