Now more than ever organizations need a single, integrated experience that makes working together easier and more engaging for their employees whether they are all in the same room, remote, or—for many of us—a mix of both. Because of this, Microsoft is happy to announce changes to our Microsoft Teams Rooms licensing model.
With Microsoft Teams Phone, we have been unabashed in our belief that the future of calling is built on VoIP calling that delivers rich voice and video experiences across organizational boundaries. Teams Phone VoIP calling capabilities are complemented by an enterprise-grade PSTN service that provides customers with the ultimate flexibility in how they communicate and collaborate.
Disruptive echo effects, poor room acoustics, and choppy videos are some common issues that can detract from the effectiveness of online calls and meetings. Through AI and machine learning, which have become fundamental to our strategy for continual improvement, we’ve delivered innovative enhancements in Microsoft Teams to address audio and video challenges in ways that are both user-friendly and scalable across environments. Today, we’re excited to cover some common meeting scenarios and the AI and machine learning audio and video improvements enabled in Teams.
The new Jira Cloud for Teams empowers teams with agility, intelligence, and actions to deliver a collaborative app experience for hybrid work.
Five years ago, we embarked on an exciting journey with Microsoft Teams, building a hub for collaboration and teamwork. Video meetings were not the workplace norm, but it was clear from the beginning that the combination of async and sync collaboration in a single product presented a unique opportunity to reimagine how we work, learn, and connect with others.
In the past 20 months, we’ve witnessed an explosive growth of virtual interactions, with people collaborating more—both inside and outside their organizations, with greater frequency and across more applications than ever before. The question facing us now is, how can we shift from merely adapting to thriving with hybrid work?
Gartner recognizes Microsoft as Leader in Unified Communications as a Service and Meetings Solutions
Hybrid work has become a part of our reality. We’ve had to rethink everything from where, when, and how we work. Navigating this new normal is both challenging and uncomfortable at times.
Over the past year, necessity and creativity transformed dining tables, decks, bedrooms, and closets into makeshift workspaces. The constant need through all the stops, starts, and pivots has been to stay connected to those around us.
New collaborative app from ServiceNow brings employee experiences into the flow of work in Microsoft Teams
As the world shifts to hybrid work, people need tools that streamline daily tasks and bring them into the flow of their work. That’s why we’re excited about the Microsoft Teams collaborative apps our partners are delivering to customers.
The shift to remote work over the last 18 months is one of the most significant changes in work culture since the Industrial Revolution. To understand how this change is impacting our customers and Microsoft employees, we’ve been conducting regular research and internal surveys. As reported in our recent Work Trend Index, survey data shows
This year we have seen into each other’s homes, with surprise guest appearances from our kids and pets. We have learned about each other, how we can work effectively from home or from anywhere, and what we can achieve when we come together with purpose and empathy. Technology has been our enabler, bringing us closer together through a
The world around us has dramatically changed. Hybrid, global work requires structural changes to how we build and interact with applications. We need a new class of apps that are centered around enabling synchronous and asynchronous modes of collaboration with real-time meetings, ad-hoc messaging, document collaboration, and business processes automation. Microsoft Teams, together with the