Both Zoom and Microsoft Teams are good video conferencing programs with collaboration tools and call-in support. But one does edge out ahead of the other. Read here to learn which one is the better solution and why.
Due to the current global health crisis, the U.S. Department of Defense is rolling out a temporary environment for up to 4 million people. The environment will allow people to use personal devices and connect through commercial networks, unlike some other Department of Defense environments.
The current global shutdown means a lot of events are taking place virtually. For the NFL, things are no different. This year, the sports league is gearing up to use Microsoft Teams to conduct the 2020 NFL draft.
Microsoft Teams is finally addressing one of the biggest complaints among its users. While you're currently restricted to only viewing four meeting participants on screen at once, that limit will soon increase to nine.
With more people now working from home, Microsoft is beefing up Teams with several new features. One of the biggest is the ability to add custom backgrounds during video calls to add a little fun to the experience.
The Department of Defense is deploying Microsoft Teams ahead of schedule due to the severity of the COVID-19 pandemic. The work is part of the broader Defense Enterprise Office Solutions (DEOS) contract and does not overlap with Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure (JEDI).
Slack announced a new integration that allwos people to launch calls to Microsoft Teams within Slack. You can also make calls directly to phone numbers from Slack through supported services, including Zoom Phone.
We're back with another exciting episode of the Windows Central Podcast, and this week, Microsoft has appointed a new leader for the Windows Insider Program, and CEO Satya Nadella says their hardware supply chain is 'getting back on rails'. Slack is working on calling integration with Microsoft Teams, and there are also new updates to the Bing COVID-19 tracker.
Microsoft is releasing a version of Teams for families and consumers later this who subscribe to Microsoft 365. What does it mean for the Skype video chat app, which powers Teams? Not much. Microsoft will continue to offer both for the foreseeable future.
Microsoft announced Microsoft 365, a new subscription that brings several services together. It also announced improvements to existing services. You can check out three new videos from Microsoft for products and services that help you be more productive.
Microsoft announced new services and improvements to existing services like Microsoft Teams. Now, the company has a single website that helps you find ways to connect with people, study, and work from home.
Microsoft has today announced that Microsoft Teams, a service in use by over 44 million people for work, will soon be getting new consumer-focused features designed for keeping families and friends connected. These new features will be coming to the existing Microsoft Teams client, and will show up in preview first on iOS and Android in the coming months.
For the second week this month, Microsoft Teams has an outage to start the workweek in Europe. Teams faces unprecedented usage numbers right now, which may affect the service. The outage seems smaller than in previous instances.
Slack CEO Stewart Butterfield says the company is working on Microsoft Teams integration for calling. While there's no timeline available for when the features might ship, the integration could mean Slack and Teams users could call one another regardless of which app they're using.
Microsoft recently issued a warning to people about a Windows 10 bug that prevents Office 365, Microsoft Teams, Outlook, and other apps from connecting to the Internet. The bug affects people using a proxy connection or VPN.