Will Microsoft Teams take over collaboration from SharePoint?

Speaker: Dimitar Miriyski

Date: 16.02.2016

Microsoft Teams was introduced in Preview in November 2016 and will be generally available by end of Q1 2017. Even before it was initially announced, I got a lot of questions on the future of SharePoint as a collaboration platform, what's going to happen to Yammer and its (planned) integration with Office 365 Groups and what will be the go-to tool for collaboration across the Microsoft suite. Hence, I've decided to get my hands dirty and play with Teams (and in fact use it for an important production project) so in this session I'll share the good, the bad and the ugly with you.
We'll also touch base on Office 365 Groups and their front-end in Outlook and we'll try to come up with a conclusion of which tool's best for what. At the end of the session, you'll know if there's a one-size-fits-all Microsoft tool for collaboration, be it on-prem or in the cloud.

Speaker: Dimitar Miriyski
Dimitar is a collaboration consultant with broad expertise in the Microsoft Collaboration suite. From WSS 3.0 to Office 365 times, he's been helping organizations of any size succeed with their intranet, extranet and public web presence projects.

If not working on it, then blogging about it @ http://moresharepoint.net or travelling the world.

Language:  English

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