The top considerations and options. Upgrade from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams. This video is for two groups: organizations that want to adopt Microsoft Teams and need to transition users from Skype for Business, and organizations staying ahead of Skype for Business Online retirement in 2021.
No matter the path you choose, if you follow this guide, no user will miss a chat message, and every meeting will be accessible, whether that’s from Skype or Teams.
Mentioned links: Teams Automatic Upgrade https://aka.ms/TeamsAutomaticUpgrade. For smaller organizations that do not have hybrid or on-premises dependencies and are using Skype for Business Online only. Great benefit if you don’t have dedicated IT staff.
Microsoft Teams end-user and IT Admin capabilities https://aka.ms/MicrosoftTeamsForIT A full overview, including security and compliance benefits.
Exchange & Microsoft Teams configuration. https://aka.ms/ExchangeTeams Microsoft supports Exchange running on-premises, but there is configuration needed.
Network configurations for Microsoft Teams https://aka.ms/TeamsNetworkPrep Find recommendations for the right network configurations such as having common TCP and UDP ports open.
Hybrid configuration with Skype for Business Online https://aka.ms/TeamsSFBHybrid Steps using PowerShell
Read these considerations https://aka.ms/SkypeToTeams A text overview of the top considerations for your upgrade from Skype to Teams.
Instructor-led workshops Attend at https://aka.ms/SkypeToTeamsPlanning
There is more to come. Keep checking back to watch the series on Microsoft Teams for IT, where next, we’ll go deeper on how to implement your Skype for Teams upgrade and end user training here on Microsoft Mechanics at aka.ms/MicrosoftTeamsForIT.
To handle a million futbol questions at any given moment, LaLiga built their analytics-rich, fan-engagement platform on Azure. Take a look at what goes into designing a platform that supports millions of queries simultaneously through a virtual assistant accessible on a user's preferred device and channel.
Join Chief Innovation Officer Minerva Santana from LaLiga as she answers these questions.
• How to capture and respond to substantial queries efficiently?
• How are queries dealt with during a live match?
• How to solve for BOT comprehension of dialects, misspellings and mispronunciations?
• How to retrain a BOT to answer questions correctly in the future?
The controls in Microsoft 365 to help drive security and compliance as your users work in Microsoft Teams. Microsoft Teams benefits from the security and compliance foundation of SharePoint, OneDrive and Exchange, so if you are used to the controls for these workloads, for the most part, you’ll just need to extend these to your Teams environment.
You’ll get details on turning on...
Multi-factor authentication. Learn more about MFA at https://aka.ms/mfa
Data Loss Protection. Learn more at https://aka.ms/DLP
Information Classifications. Learn more at https://aka.ms/infoclassification
eDiscovery. Learn more at https://aka.ms/M365eDiscovery
Information barriers. Learn more at https://aka.ms/informationbarriers
Automatically process complex tasks such as invoicing with Microsoft Power Automate. You'll see how to automate your invoice approval processes, infuse intelligence, and integrate your legacy apps in just a fraction of the time using Power Automate and its new robotic process automation capabilities alongside AI Builder, which are all part of the Microsoft Power Platform.
Learn more about the Power Platform on our recent show with Charles Lamanna https://aka.ms/IntroPowerPlatform
Get prebuilt templates at https://powerautomate.com
Get foundational training through learning path modules at https://aka.ms/learntoautomate
An explanation of the Dynamics 365 components, underlying architecture, and the possible integrations with your existing data, apps, and business processes. Whether you're looking to adopt business applications or have existing CRM and/or ERP systems in house, or maybe you're using cloud-based services or both, this is an overview of Microsoft's business application platform in the cloud. You'll get answers to top-of-mind questions regarding data governance, security, compliance, and on how data and process integration works.
Learn more about the 99.9% level of availability at https://aka.ms/D365SLA
To learn more about Dynamics 365 security and compliance, you can download the guide at https://aka.ms/D365SecurityCompliance
To maximize your onboarding success and minimize time to value. You can find out more at http://aka.ms/FastTrackDynamics365
A look at updates to Windows Admin Center and the latest Hybrid capabilities, from Hyper-V and live migration support, Hybrid options to configure backup, point to site VPN and VM replication in Azure. At Microsoft Ignite 2019, this was session THR2301: Hybrid cloud server infrastructure: your path to hybrid with Windows Admin Center - latest updates. Jeff Woolsey is a Principal Program Manager at Microsoft for Azure Stack HCI, Windows Server and a leading expert on Virtualization, Private and Hybrid Cloud. Jeff has worked on virtualization and server technology for over eighteen years. He plays a leading role in the Windows Server Engineering team, helping to shape the design requirements for Azure Stack HCI, Windows Server 2019, 2016, 2012 / R2, 2008 R2, Microsoft Hyper-V Server 2019, 2016, 2012/R2, 2008 R2, System Center 2012 / R2, and Windows Admin Center. Jeff is an authority on ways customers can benefit from virtualization, management, and cloud computing across public, private, and hybrid environments. Jeff is a sought-after hybrid cloud expert presenting in numerous keynotes and conferences worldwide with Bill Gates, Steve Ballmer, & Satya Nadella.
Get the essentials on Microsoft's security and compliance approach for Microsoft Teams. From the controls we give you to manage security and compliance for the core Microsoft Teams experiences of chat, calls, meetings, and apps; to how Microsoft manages the Teams service to stay ahead of threats and stay compliant with the latest industry regulations. We explain where and how Teams data is stored and why that matters as you build your information governance strategy, as well as how to determine where your data resides in Microsoft's data centers to meet your data residency needs.
See the data center coverage of Microsoft Teams at https://aka.ms/teams-locations
Get auditor reports for Microsoft 365 in the Service Trust Portal at https://aka.ms/STP
See the regulations supported by Microsoft 365 https://aka.ms/complianceofferings
More information on the security and compliance controls tailored to the core Teams experience. https://aka.ms/teamssecurityandcompliance
If you are in a government cloud service you can keep up to date at https://aka.ms/TeamsGovRoadmap
Continue learning more about Teams at https://aka.ms/SuccessWithTeams
Try out Teams if you haven't yet at https://aka.ms/TryTeams
Save this link to watch the whole series on Microsoft Teams Essentials for IT: https://aka.ms/MicrosoftTeamsforIT