At Microsoft, groups that adopt Microsoft Teams experience streamlined communication and improved productivity in a modern, collaborative workspace. We’re helping people adjust to using Teams with well-defined change management strategies, but we’ve also planned the migration from a technical standpoint. We assessed our network infrastructure and set up a pilot project before widespread Teams rollout—testing important functionality, confirming security and compliance standards, and establishing deployment strategies.
At Microsoft, many groups are adopting Microsoft Teams for collaborative work. It serves as a hub for teamwork and brings together apps, communication tools, and shared spaces that groups are already using. Using Teams is an adjustment, though, and requires a change in behavior and work style. To help people adopt Teams, we’re using a communication strategy that sparks interest and creates awareness, raising up champions who engage others, and sharing resources for learning Teams.
At Microsoft, we’re on our way to becoming a cloud-only organization. We envision security in cloud computing where cloud identities and services will streamline how we support our mobile workforce and keep work and customer data secure. As we look toward a future where all devices will be connected to the intelligent cloud, we’re planning initiatives that will help us provide data protection in a device-agnostic, cloud-only environment.
OneDrive for Business is the standard at Microsoft for simple and secure cloud storage and file synchronization. We’ve deployed OneDrive for Business with a communication strategy that encourages people to opt in to the service, and as they do, we’re reducing our storage and infrastructure costs. The OneDrive for Business sync client makes it easy for people to sync files and access them from any device. New authentication and data protection features help to further protect our corporate assets.
SharePoint experts from Microsoft discuss topics ranging from setting up sites—communication sites, hub sites, and site design templates—to regional performance issues, security issues, multi-geo capabilities, and search. You’ll learn about content and apps for sites, PowerApps, moving to the cloud, and more. They share candid insights and best practices about how we manage SharePoint at Microsoft.
Make the most of Outlook! We show you best practices for managing your email and calendar efficiently, including switching views in calendar and email, scheduling meetings and conference rooms, and categorizing your appointments with colors. Learn how to assign permissions to a delegate and share your calendar with others. Even Outlook veterans may learn a thing or two in this deep-dive session.