With the increased usage of #Microsoft Teams to conduct virtual meetings, the need for tactical best practices to protect your privacy from intruders is also on the rise. Check out this article and update your Teams settings to find easy ways to keep you secure!
Teams continues to invest in experiences that will make it easier for teams to communicate and collaborate. This article (written by Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365) shows how new capabilities reflect commitment to two things: building the very best online meeting experience for customers; and bringing technological solutions to traditionally underserved professionals, including Frontline and healthcare workers.
The latest features include new integration between Teams and RealWear head-mounted devices, real-time noise suppression during meetings, booking apps, pop out chats, and the raise hand feature for remote participants to chime in when they have something to say, Microsoft 365 Business Voice in the U.S., a new offering for small-and medium-sized businesses that makes Teams a complete phone system, as well as a new Microsoft 365 Enterprise plan line-up that will include additional licensing options for Firstline Workers.