Effective, collaborative teamwork is a proven workplace success essential. But that doesn’t mean the team has to be in the same place at the same time – not with Microsoft Teams.
Digital platform organisation Alfresco says over 80% of professionals it surveyed depend on the team hub to collaborate.
Microsoft Teams, an integral element of the productivity suite Office 365, now has more than 20 million active daily users, and our customers are increasingly turning to it to bring together messaging, voice calling, video meetings, and file sharing in a single platform.
Microsoft Teams and remote working
A major benefit of Microsoft Teams - the teamwork hub in Office 365 – is that you can invite your entire team to work together, to chat, meet, call, and collaborate in one place. Microsoft Teams empowers effective teamwork regardless of where team members are based which is great news as home-based working becomes a reality ‘norm,’ particularly in crisis scenarios, such as self-isolation to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Teams of 10 or 10,000 can meet in one place, no matter how many places they’re in.
It’s in scenarios such as these that Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft Teams come into their own as the go-to software to keep business, organisational and educational wheels turning.