Microsoft lays out a Teams vision for intelligent communications
A year after launch, the company’s team collaboration tool is now used by 200,000 companies.
Matthew Finnegan By Matthew Finnegan
Senior Reporter, Computerworld | Mar 15, 2018 11:26 AM PT
ORLANDO, Fla. – A year after its launch, Microsoft’s Teams collaboration tool is gaining traction among users and maturing as a communications platform, Microsoft officials said at this week’s Enterprise Connect conference here. The company also elaborated on plans to boost video and call capabilities within Teams, as well as using artificial intelligence (A.I.) to improve meetings.
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