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Microsoft Teams Launched, Details and Required 365 Licenses

Microsoft launched it’s Slack competitor software Microsoft Teams this week. So what exactly is Teams and which Office365 license do you need to get the new tool.

Teams is a messaging and collaboration app designed to start moving people out of inboxes and into a collaborative chat interface.

Mobile interaction, bots and addons are a big part of the new launch with loads more developments on the roadmap. Integrations from SAP, Trello and many SaaS providers are all planned developments.

Microsoft have announced that over 50,000 organisations and 85 million active users are already using the new product including Three UK, Sage, Deloitte and Expedia.

Microsoft Teams – Find out more

Microsoft have published a blog post about the Teams launch which you can read here,







A video showing the full capabilities of Teams can be found below.

Office365 – Required Licenses

Teams is included with Business Essentials, Business Premium and the Enterprise licenses E1 to E5.

If you have one of these licenses you can get started at the following link,

Start using Teams

What is the impact for your organisation?

Teams provides another collaborative workspace for organisations that presents a real opportunity to improve productivity and remove inbox clutter.

Organisations that are using products like Slack may be able to migrate to Teams and make a cost saving and take advantage of the Teams integrations with Exchange, SharePoint and other Office365 tools.

Modern collaborative tools Slack and Teams will revolutionise the way modern business works, as younger workforces come brought up on mobile and web based tools mailboxes and siloed data will become a thing of the past.

Valto can help provide free overview sessions to show the power of Microsoft Teams and provide ongoing support, training and development to help your organisation make the most of your Office365 investment and make sure your getting the most out of your licensing. Get in touch and one of our specialists to get started.

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