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There’re quite a few, but it often comes from a lack of education (and I don’t mean how to operate the machinery).

I’ve had a number of organisations say they want Microsoft Teams because they’ve seen it demonstrated or have read about it.

Just because I know how to use financial software to track my purchasing and invoicing doesn’t make me an accountant. People need to think this through properly and then do it properly, not just assume people will figure out how to use it. The fact that I can have a decent threaded conversation, have a discussion about files, see a plan, and all the other tied-in bits that go along with it.

When I can’t use Microsoft Teams with organisations, I still manage to get by relying on Outlook for text-based conversations, sharing links from One Drive or Share Point, and having calls/meetings via Microsoft Teams.

Enter Microsoft 365 Microsoft 365 includes the Windows 10 operating systems and Office 365, which is an Azure based Software as a Service (Saa S) platform which enables companies and organizations, big or small to provide their employees with the tools they need to work together in an easy and efficient manner.

No matter where their users are- anywhere in the world, they can work together with all the commonly used methods of sharing and coauthoring information- and then some.

I really got a taste for Office 365 when I started my former company (Paradyne) nine years ago.

I was one of the first MVPs, a title which has allowed me to grow and get more involved in the community.

The thing for me with Microsoft Teams is that everything is in context.

The first is that because Microsoft Teams is replacing Skype for Business, they often think that’s all it is–just a communications tool. The last (and these are not in any particular order) is around the perception that anyone can use it.

The second is around governance; people seem to think that controlling and managing the provisioning service is good governance. Often IT teams think “We can figure it out, therefore our users should be able to.” However, oftentimes their house isn’t in order or systems are still stuck in the past.

If the people working in an organization cannot easily share information using the tools you give them, studies have shown they will use tools that they are familiar with to more easily share, coauthor and distribute information with others-be they internal or external.

They know an easier method exists, and they are not afraid to use it to get the job done in a quicker, more efficient manner.

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