Why You Should Move Over to Microsoft Teams

Why You Should Move Over to
Microsoft Teams

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Every day I get asked the following questions:

And my response is always the same: by switching over to Microsoft Teams.

Teams responds to these concerns and more. Here are some of the ways in which this platform does so:

Save Money

Microsoft Teams does what 3-5 of your existing subscriptions do. Pay once and do everything you already were, and then some!

One App to Rule the World

Speed up collaboration and increase your organization’s productivity levels by using one app for everything. Some of the features Teams can provide are:

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Microsoft has over 200 app integrations. Connect to other apps easily so that you can continue to collaborate. This also offers extensive flexibility, so you can make Teams work for you and customize your usage to fit every team’s unique needs.

Stay Connected – Anytime, Anywhere

Microsoft Teams addresses the need to communicate with remote, hybrid, and traveling employees. With the Teams phone app, you have immediate access to all apps and documents. You can even respond to chat and conversations, join video calls, and continue collaborating on projects.


Improved Collaboration and Communication

Because of the integration with Office 365, you don’t need to switch apps when collaborating on a document. You can create the Word, Excel, or PowerPoint document in Teams, immediately share it with your coworkers, and co-author in the blink of an eye.

Other Fantastic Features

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With Microsoft Teams and Business Voice, you don’t have to sacrifice the features you need or love. Our experts offer implementation and support for Microsoft solutions – if your organization requires support or if you have any questions, don’t hesitate to get in touch.

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