Microsoft Teams extends the capabilities of Skype for Business, bringing together chat, meetings, calling, collaboration, app integration, and file storage into a single interface. Teams’ 115 million daily active users <https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/2020/10/28/microsoft-teams-reaches-115-million-dau-plus-a-new-daily-collaboration-minutes-metric-for-microsoft-365/> reflects its value as a lifeline for remote and hybrid work and learning during the pandemic, helping people and organizations in every industry remain flexible and resilient.
Teams is not just an upgrade for Skype for Business, but a powerful tool that opens the door to new ways of working. And as the focal point of Microsoft’s workplace innovation, Teams capabilities will continue to grow, further breaking down organizational and geographical barriers, and driving greater efficiency in process and decision making.
Learn more about the potential benefits of Teams for your organization with the Forrester study, The Total Economic Impact™ of Microsoft Teams <https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/blog/wp-content/uploads/sites/2/2019/04/Total-Economic-Impact-Microsoft-Teams.pdf> .
As a Microsoft Partner we can recommend these resources to help you get up to speed about upgrading to Microsoft Teams:
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