Microsoft Teams offers users a comprehensive solution that allows full accessibility of files across the organisation when required and prevents information silos from occurring.
File transparency ensures that no information is hidden from users who are searching while respecting permissions and security.
Break down communication and collaboration barriers with virtually unlimited file accessibility and sharing when you need to collaborate with different groups of people.
Microsoft Teams facilitates cross-platform document management and secure cloud file storage, so users can share, access and co-author files with team members without leaving Microsoft Teams.
Access your files from a desktop app, web browser and mobile device. Automatically synchronise local copies of files and use version control to be able to track, compare and restore previous versions of documents.
Powerful search and filtering capabilities enable users to locate documents, files, conversations across the Microsoft Teams platform, irrespective of their location.
Traditional file storage requires that documents are stored in a single location.
Teams and channels can be used to have multiple locations that point to a single document library, bringing information to where it is needed without the concern of duplicate copies of files.
Conversations are essential in streamlining your communication strategy. Users can use one-on-one and group chats to ideate, discuss tasks and drive decision-making all from within a chat conversation.
Adopting chat in Microsoft Teams allows you to hold fewer meetings and reduce the need for long email threads.
Advanced chat features include:
Today, work typically involves using multiple apps together to achieve an overall goal. It can be surprising just how many apps a typical user accesses every day to complete their tasks.
By bringing the appropriate apps to the team workspaces, users can be free to concentrate on the task at hand, rather than go looking for the right software for the job.
Microsoft Teams creates a teamwork hub, where documents, conversations and apps all exist within a team or channel.
Users don’t need to be concerned about which apps are actually delivering the functionality required – they can just navigate to the right place and find everything they need right at hand.
Apps may be attached to teams and channels, including Microsoft apps and other third-party apps.
For example, users may prefer Microsoft OneNote or EverNote to create and store shared notes.
Microsoft Teams allows either or both of these apps to be pinned inside each channel, accessible by any user who is a member of that team.
As more and more work gravitates to teamwork rather than personal tasks, Microsoft Teams makes it easy for large and small teams to work together.