Microsoft Teams Setup for Small Businesses

Welcome to Chapter 4 – Part 1 of our Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Teams. In this chapter, we’ll be looking at how to set up Microsoft Teams for Small Businesses. How to download and install Microsoft Teams Downloading and installing Microsoft Teams is really simple. You can download either the desktop or mobile app straight from the Microsoft website: Download Microsoft Teams Once you’re on the download page: Click ‘Download Teams’ and then either save the file, or click the pop-up in your browser Run the application and let the installer process begin Once opened, log into your work or personal account by entering your email address and password You will now be signed in to use Teams You can also download a Microsoft Teams “Quick Start” Guide Deploying Microsoft Teams for Small Businesses Microsoft Teams is a full feature … View Case Study

Microsoft Teams Setup for Medium to Large Businesses

Welcome to Chapter 4 – Part 2 of our Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Teams. In this chapter, we’ll be looking at how to set up Microsoft Teams for medium to large Businesses. Most larger businesses will have to follow a set of processes to ensure that both the architecture, staff and preliminary services are in place before migrating fully to Microsoft Teams. In some situations, if you are using Microsoft 365 for Email and SharePoint, this may be relatively easy; however, it is still essential that you follow a structured process. Before embarking, you must understand how you will roll out the service to your end users or staff, how they are going to get a Microsoft Teams client, whether the design of the network will impact other communication methods, and what the demand on your network will be once … View Case Study

Microsoft Teams Vs Zoom

Welcome to Chapter 3 – Part 2 of our Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Teams. In this chapter, we’ll be looking at the comparisons between Microsoft Teams and other communication tools. 2020 changed the world of remote working forever, which encouraged businesses to ask employees to work from home during the pandemic. Now, businesses are utilising tools that can enable calling, webinars and group chats with staff, customers and other external parties. There are a wide range of commonly recognised tools that have their own specific feature sets to enable business to effectively communicate and collaborate with staff. Zoom is one of the most recognised platforms for video conferencing, both in businesses and for home users. However, for those already invested in Microsoft 365, Microsoft Teams is a much more cost effective solution. Microsoft Teams is due to replace Skype for … View Case Study

Microsoft Teams Vs Skype For Business

Welcome to Chapter 3 – Part 1 of our Beginner’s Guide to Microsoft Teams. In this chapter, we’ll be looking at the comparisons between Microsoft Teams and other communication tools. One of the main things to note in this comparison, is that Skype for Business has an official retirement date of 31st July 2021. Businesses that are still using the Skype for Business system should start planning their migration to other systems such as Microsoft Teams – the integral hub for teamwork and collaboration under the Microsoft 365 suite of services.   If you’re considering a move to Microsoft Teams then you probably want to know how Teams and Skype for Business compare, and what additional benefits Teams can provide. This guide provides a brief overview of some of the headline areas that distinguish the different platforms. In order to … View Case Study