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How Microsoft Teams Can Be Used Thru a Normal Work Day

Have you ever been introduced to a new idea or concept and wished there was a way to envision how this could possibly impact you and/or certain sections of your organization? 

For those visual learners out there, Microsoft did us a huge favor and produced a series called Day in the life; Microsoft Teams.  They created a variety of flyers each specific to an industry or job function and shows how Microsoft Teams can be used through the course of a normal working day.  This series calls attention to Marketing, Human Resources, Security and Compliance, IT Manager, Retail Managers, Retail Associates, Sales, Finance, Construction, and Service Engineer. 

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What do you get when you combine Azure Static Web Sites, LUIS, SharePoint Online, Logic Apps, and Microsoft Teams?

Sometimes you just have to punt on the title of your blog post and let SEO do the heavy lifting.

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It’s Time to Modernize Your Company FAQ with a No-Code Bot in Microsoft Teams

The thought of creating a bot may sound like a daunting task to anyone without a technical background. I know as a developer when I was tasked with writing a Question and Answer bot for my Microsoft Ignite Session this year that I co-presented with Larry Jin on the Microsoft Teams Team I was apprehensive as to what all it would entail.

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Microsoft Teams and the Libraries They Use

For those of you who joined my webinar on February 27th, we talked about the modern team site that Teams creates for us. We expressed our opinions about the use of folders in the Documents library where our files and any forwarded emails live and are managed.

I assigned myself the homework of offering up a sacrificial Team and its corresponding Documents library to test creating a No Folders view, curious to see how that would work out.

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The Cost of Poor Communication

As of late, my role has been in solution sales.  Every day I speak to clients about how we can solve their communication and content challenges with SharePoint.  However, no matter how obvious it is that SharePoint or Microsoft 365 can help solve their issues, we still run into scenarios where we hear “we think your team is great, we love your ideas, we just don’t have the budget this year”.  What do you do when you don’t have a budget?  You prove the return on investment.

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