Microsoft Teams is the real MVP of 2020 for enterprises. It allowed us to maintain collaboration while we all moved to remote work. Now that we are settling in to the next new normal, and are not as focused on just getting Microsoft Teams up and running for our staff, how do we make Microsoft Teams the collaboration superstar it is meant to be?
In your Microsoft Teams instance, can you:
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Microsoft Teams is regularly regarded as the peak of remote work. Now that we are settling into the new normal and are not as focused on just getting Microsoft Teams up and running for our staff, how do we maximize Microsoft Teams to gain the highest level of productivity?
Microsoft Teams can also allow you to pick out potential issues in real-time while also slicing data usage by users, calls, or other demographics. With remote work the new norm, optimal use of Microsoft Teams is critical. Here’s how you can maximize your Teams ROI.
A survey shows that 97% of organizations aren’t getting the most out of Teams because they aren’t aware that there’s more to Teams than messaging and communications amongst teams. If you’re going to make investments in getting Teams for your team, then you may as well utilize its features in a way that will push your productivity and ROI.
The Teams service has a number of essential features that come in handy to users. Some of them include the following:
When a team is created, it encourages ease of discussion and teamwork. However, particularly in situations of large teams, there can be a glut of underused and inactive teams, which may lead to possible confusion regarding content and activities.
Dormant or excessive teams not only require digital housekeeping but also raise security risks. It becomes possible for external guests to have access to company resources.
It’s important to set Teams governance that will promote optimal use within your ecosystem. With the governance rules, you can create a lifecycle management plan for users, workspaces, and projects.
Larger groups have a higher chance of proving more difficult to manage, and this can lead to a breakdown in communication. It’s possible that one team member belongs to more than one channel at a time.
This may get confusing and cause cluttered communication. However, did you know you can slice usage data by users, calls, department, or geography on Teams?
Teams help to keep communication at a level that only comes through as required.
Ensuring secure collaboration is key to using any Microsoft 365 component. As much as governance is an important part, backup and restoration capabilities are what balance the equation.
These can help to pick on potential problems, reduce the chances of ransomware attacks, and protect data generally.
Using Teams alongside other Microsoft 365 components can be a lot of managing to do, whether for small or large organizations. However, the best way to go about it and ensure you get the most out of your IT infrastructure is to employ a third-party solution like CoreView to address your management needs.
CoreView provides a lot of really deep and rich reporting for its users, and it can be very useful in creating safe support to streamline Teams for your organization. You should consider CoreView to provide periodic backups, restoration of files, and essentially create a proven protection system for potential problems with your Microsoft Teams platform!