Microsoft Teams is a next-generation calling and meeting experience, built on Office 365's hyper-scale, enterprise-grade cloud. The platform combines workplace chat, meetings, notes, and attachments for an intuitive collaborative experience. The Teams interface makes it easy to create projects, invite team members, and share files. Here's how:
Teams makes it easy for employees to meet their individual and departmental goals. But the collaboration doesn't end there. Teams allows you to invite external organizations or users to your chats, meetings, and channels. All they have to do is download the web or desktop application, and they can begin working alongside your employees.
Because Teams is part of the Office 365 suite, it delivers the latest in advanced security for employees and clients. The platform encrypts data in transit and at rest, and all files are housed in Microsoft SharePoint. Teams also integrates with Microsoft's foundational cybersecurity offerings, including but not limited to:
Keep all your moving parts running smoothly. Build on existing security strategies with end-user focused tools such as two-factor authentication and single-sign-on. These simple solutions reinforce best-practice security behaviors, and keep your company data secure.