Using and Tailoring Microsoft Teams for Your Organization

Make Teams More Productive For Your Organization

Microsoft Teams has seen an unprecedented surge in adoption and usage since March 2020 due to an increase in remote work and its use as being the premier hub for collaboration and teamwork. However, with this surge organizations are realizing that they cannot set and forget their Teams deployment as issues can begin to arise.

This can be attributed to multiple factors such as users creating Teams and inviting other users as guests which can lead to security and governance concerns. In the case of a remote-first digital workplace, Teams and channel sprawls make it difficult for end-users to find what they need, and admins to ensure users are getting access to what they need.

With the customizability and extensibility of Teams, there are multiple ways organizations can organize Teams to cater and support the different shapes and routines of their individual teams and departments as needed.

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  1. Strategies your organization can implement upon existing implementations
  2. Mitigate many of the side effects of a surge in Teams activity
  3. Boost security and compliance in Teams

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