When the pandemic began and organizations first responded, many businesses chose the route of shifting their inhouse operations to a nearly or completely remote workforce. Microsoft aimed to enhance their Teams platform, such as adding new features and options to meet the demands of their ever-growing set of daily users.
But as the world looks to return to “normal” as is possible, organizations need to consider how they will operate moving forward.
This whitepaper looks at how Teams can play a major role in keeping the post-pandemic workforce working, how this impacts your network architecture, and what Microsoft says is best practice. It also look at ways organizations are looking to monitor and determine Teams’ level of performance and service quality, and the resulting level of user productivity.
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