• Allison Holland

Is your organization ready for Teams integration?

As many people are aware Microsoft Teams is a feature of Office 365. Teams is a platform that combines instant messaging, video conferencing, and file collaboration to facilitate digital communication It’s built to support businesses of all sizes, from small startups to Fortune 500, along with self-employed individuals and more.


Let’s take a look at some pros and cons of Teams.


Pros:

  • Microsoft Teams makes meeting easier, more flexible, and more effective.

  • Teams take the communication and file chaos out of collaborating on projects.

  • It offers communication truly on-the-go.

  • You can customize your team suite with the apps you need.

  • Teams continues to roll out new features.

  • You’ll be able to eliminate the guesswork on trying to figure out whom you are working with.

  • You can add Teams Voice to your package to have all your office needs in one place.

Cons:

  • Teams require constant internet connectivity.

  • The file structure can be confusing for some users.

  • Some situations require you to partner with people outside your company. Adding members outside of your organization can be a challenge.

  • Similar and redundant tools. Some people can be very confused about which tool to use in which situation.

  • Unnecessary consumption of storage, which limits storage. By default, everybody in the organization can create a team. It can result in an unnecessary creation of teams and stuffing up storage space.

  • Limited flexibility

Microsoft Teams is an efficient and all-around essential hub for communication and collaboration. Choosing what will work best with your organization can be confusing, but CDP can help navigate your needs. Still not sure what would work best for you? Let CDP guide you into the best fit for your organization. Contact us at solutions@cdpartnersllc.com or 215.343.5580.



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