Out Loud: May is for Microsoft Teams
Listen to May’s edition of our Microsoft monthly podcast bringing you all the latest news on Teams and Skype for Business
Episode four of UC Today’s Out Loud Microsoft podcast brings you all of May’s news for Teams and Skype for Business.
UC EXPO 2018 took place in May and Patrick and Tom review the event from a Microsoft perspective. Tom was one of the keynote speakers so managed to conduct some informal surveys on Teams adoption.
Microsoft have now made Teams available as a free trial which will be available to customers who use some of the Office 365 packages where Teams was not previously included. This move may signal the first intent from Microsoft to make Teams available as part of a ‘freemium’ model on a similar line to Slack.
Next up Tom explains that Microsoft have released a new web application for Teams, which has been created on a more universal platform enabling greater availability on other operating systems.
Finally the pod discuss the announcement that Microsoft have enabled multiple geographies, effectively allowing you to have a single Office 365 tenant with other data locations for user groups outside of your primary location.
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Presenter and Tech Journalist Patrick Watson and expert guest Tom Arbuthnot.