If you are new to the use of Microsoft Teams due to the social distancing measures adopted to fight coronavirus spread, this article might help you.
Since its launch, Microsoft Teams is gaining more and more attention. The success is a result of the useful features and easy integration. The application is basically a hub for teamwork integrating tools and capabilities to help works in their daily routine. It’s the primary client for Intelligent Communications in Office 365, replacing Skype for Business Online over time.
The main concern for businesses when using applications for remote work is related to data breaches and potential data losses. Microsoft recently added its data loss prevention capabilities to Microsoft Teams chat and channel messages for users licensed for Office 365 Advanced Compliance. The new capability adds one more layer of protection for companies’ data and more safety for Microsoft Teams users. We gathered below some information from Microsoft, which can help to set up the option.
Join us at the free Microsoft Azure Training Day: Fundamentals to improve your understanding of cloud concepts and acquire the knowledge you need to earn the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals certification. Learn basic strategies for transitioning to the cloud along with concepts including security, high availability, scalability, elasticity, agility, fault tolerance, and disaster recovery.
Moving the company applications to the cloud is one step that more enterprises are considering and planning to do in 2020. In the past few years, cloud adoption has increased significantly, as it provides considerable value achieving greater scalability, cost efficiency, and improved performance.
We had a busy November around the Country bringing the Microsoft Azure Fundamentals to Limerick, Cork, and Belfast. A full day of training delivered by a Microsoft expert aiming to prepare the delegates to the AZ-900 exam. It was a great opportunity to share knowledge and meet new people from these Cities.
Microsoft has announced big changes to its Volume Licensing Program with the news that Software Assurance Training Vouchers, or SATVs, are to be retired and it will be replaced by a new program. Don’t panic, you have time to work with us to lock in your training plans before the deadline. Not sure if you have SATVs? Contact New Horizons Ireland today our team will help you to redeem your vouchers and book your courses.
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