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Calling in Teams: Collaboration Made Simple

I think we can all agree that 2020 has been a wild ride when it comes to communicating with our coworkers. Instead of face to face meetings or cubicle chats, we’ve been in virtual meetings. Personally, I haven’t noticed an increase in the amount of instant messaging, but I have noticed that a lot of my messages end in a call, like this: 

Hey, I was just on a call with client ABC and we were talking about DEF. Do you have a minute to hop on a call and debrief with me? 

I’ve also been pulled into active calls as my expertise comes into scope. I’ll get a chat “hey we’re on the phone with this team and there’s a compliance question, can we loop you in?” I can join the active call immediately without having a meeting invite or starting a new call. What a world!

However, I’ve started to wonder if I am using the call features in Microsoft Teams as well as I could be? Are there features I’m not aware of yet? With so many people rapidly adopting Microsoft Teams, I can’t be the only one wondering this, so let's take a look at some of the features Microsoft Teams has when it comes to calling, including the new Collaborative Calling

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PAIT Group Achieves Microsoft Gold Cloud Productivity Competency

PAIT Group is very proud to announce that we have achieved Microsoft's Gold status in the Cloud Productivity Competency.   Thus making PAIT Group an official Microsoft Gold Partner. 

 

To earn Microsoft gold competency, partners must successfully demonstrate their proven expertise in delivering quality solutions in specialized areas of business and ensure that they will be able to not only meet, but exceed customers' needs. 

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PAITgroup Achieves a Microsoft Silver Collaboration and Content Competency

PAITgroup Achieves a Microsoft Silver Collaboration and Content Competency

PAITgroup earns distinction through demonstrated technology success and customer commitment

Cincinnati, Ohio November 4, 2013: PAITgroup today announced it has achieved a Silver Collaboration and Content competency, demonstrating its ability to meet Microsoft Corp. customers’ evolving needs in today’s dynamic business environment. To earn a Microsoft silver competency, partners must successfully demonstrate expertise through rigorous exams, culminating in Microsoft certifications. And to ensure the highest quality of services, Microsoft requires customer references for successful implementation and customer satisfaction.

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