Microsoft Teams has become the lifeline for remote and hybrid work during the pandemic. In fact, Teams surged from 20 million daily active users in November 2019 to 115 million as of October 2020. While Teams is helping organizations stay agile and resilient in the new work-from-home era, the pandemic ultimately forced many knee-jerk reactions and rushed deployments.
The result: an unmitigated content mess!
Teams adoption is only going to increase in 2021. The time is now to learn from the shortcuts or mistakes you didn’t know you were making with your Teams deployment. There are many ways you can regain control to govern the information generated from the collaboration taking place today.