Collaboration and Connection While Working Remotely: Microsoft Teams
Are you or your staff practicing social distancing and working remotely in response to the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak? We're all doing as much as we can to stay safe, which has meant making some quick decisions and quickly transitioning employees to work-from-home arrangements.
Microsoft Teams is an incredibly powerful tool to continue collaboration and virtual face-to-face communication while your team works from the safety of their homes.
If you're already using Microsoft Office 365, you may already have access to Teams and are maybe already using some of the features.
Here is a brief video tutorial of some of the features we've found most useful as we at Innovative practice as much social distancing as possible.
Work from Home with Microsoft Teams
Remote Communication and IT Strategy
Communication, specifically communication with remote workers, is just one part of your overall technology strategy. The first step in solidifying your IT strategy is understanding the tools at your disposal, like Microsoft Teams, and where they can fit in. Then, identify any needs that are not being met and fill in those gaps with appropriate solutions. Get started by completing an overall inventory of all of your IT devices, software, and other equipment.