Below find videos of some of the sessions about Microsoft Teams from Microsoft Ignite 2018 which was held in Florida this week. Microsoft Teams is the fastest growing productivity application in Microsoft’s history.
Driving Teams adoption: Enabling the modern workplace with Office 365 and Microsoft - BRK3170 Microsoft Teams is a part of a larger strategy for transforming your business and empowering your users. This session focuses on people change management, key business scenarios, setting success measures and how to drive awareness and skill across your user community.
Microsoft Teams mobile for Firstline Workers - THR3096 Learn more about how Firstline workers can have a best in-class experience that is secure and manageable with Microsoft Teams. Come see this demo to learn how to transform their experience.
BRK3232 - Collaborative calling and business voice in Microsoft Teams
Paul Cannon, Anna Cao
Microsoft Teams is a complete phone system offering. Learn about calling and voice features and their value to your business. This includes a technical review of recently released capabilities including delegation, consultative transfer, call management, call quality, auto attendant, and direct routing.
BRK3142 - Planning a seamless migration from Skype for Business to Teams for IT Admins
Francois Doremieux, BJ Whalen
Come learn about how to successfully transition your organization from SFB to Teams. We will discuss core technical concepts of the upgrade, including paths that customers can take to get there, guidance around picking the right path for your organization. Understand coexistence advantages and limitations.
THR2380 - Ensuring accessibility in Microsoft Teams
Pouneh Kaufman, Dan Benedict
Learn how Microsoft Core Services Engineering & Operations (CSEO)—the experts who run the critical products and services that power Microsoft—ensure the accessibility of Microsoft Teams.
BRK2453 - Drive Digital Transformation through Apps in Microsoft Teams
Andrew Bybee, Jace Moreno, Kranthi Chiluka
Microsoft Teams as a platform provides valuable tools for integrating actionable experiences alongside your chat experience. Creating these interactive bots, apps, and cards is straightforward and includes the ability to craft a first-class mobile experience. This session for developers demonstrates the framework for creating these experiences for a variety of business scenarios.
BRK2160 - The time for Teams: Scenarios to realize the value of Microsoft Teams
Karuana Gatimu, Loryan Strant
Microsoft Teams is a competitive differentiator for your business. Come to this session to learn how it can empower your transformation with specific scenarios for a variety of industries. This session provides actionable guidance on how you can make a meaningful impact in your company with these tools.
THR3079 - Microsoft Teams: Real-world tips for success
Tom Arbuthnot, Carolyn Blanding
Based on real-world experience, these tips ensure your success with Microsoft Teams. From business transformation to technical tips, come to this session to learn the top considerations when deploying Microsoft Teams.
THR2379 - Upgrading Microsoft employees from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams
Pouneh Kaufman, Anas Shaikh
Learn how Microsoft Core Services Engineering & Operations (CSEO)—the experts who run the critical products and services that power Microsoft—overcame challenges and planned for a seamless experience when upgrading users from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams.
THR1030 - Maximize the Impact of Firstline Workers with Microsoft Teams
Gul Mariam, Sanchit Gupta
Digital Transformation is affecting all levels of an organization, from the executive team to the Firstline Workers throughout an organization. Firstline Workers are the more than two billion people in roles that make them the first points of contact between a company and the world it serves. They form the backbone of many of the world's largest industries, and without them, the ambitions and strategies of companies could not be brought to life.
See how Microsoft Teams can close the long-standing technology gaps that separate employees from the tools, resources and expertise they need to do their best work.