The cloud has become an indispensable part of most companies’ strategy. A large number of IT managers today think of the cloud when implementing new systems or upgrading existing ones. Your Micr...
Working from home during the Corona crisis
Do you also run into issues that previously seemed no problem, now that working from home is necessary? For example, are you unable to reach your colleagues and are the webcalls difficult to understand? Or are important files not accessible to everyone because we work remotely? You are not alone. Many companies are not (yet) taking full advantage of the tools for work remotely. Fortunately, there are now easy to use digital solutions that support you and help to make working from home a success. One of these is Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams is the hub for teamwork: collaboration & communication in one place. Continue your normal daily activities in an online environment with Microsoft Teams. Need to show a colleague something? Share your screen. Meeting with your team? (Video) call and meet digitally. Working on a document together? Share it in the app and work in it together at the same time. In Teams you can work as you are used to, but online. It is also possible to start a Team, in which you can share files, notes and posts. Ideal, especially in the current Corona crisis.
6 months of free use of Microsoft Teams
Microsoft is offering Microsoft Teams for free for the next 6 months. By making Teams available to everyone, they aim to support public health and safety by keeping teams connected while they work apart.
Curious about your options?
We are happy to help you get started quickly. For both existing and new customers we offer a first consultation free of charge. Do you want to collaborate easier online starting today? Contact us via firstname.lastname@example.org or 020-3032470 to schedule a (digital) appointment.
Also for education and individuals
Teams is also available for education and individuals. When you work in education, get started via this link. Individuals with a work or school account via this link or with an email address of Gmail or Outlook via this link the freemium version.
Tips & Tricks
Microsoft has a lot of documentation and useful blogs available that quickly explain how to get started. Start here:
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