Friday, September 28, 2018

Just published a recap of session BRK3169 at Ignite

Check out my summary and recap of a great session on Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business Call Quality.

As a MVP at Microsoft Ignite, I was asked if I would like to attend and write a few words about one of the last sessions on Friday. And here is a recap of BRK3169: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Microsoft-Teams-Events-Blog/Ignite-MVP-Session-Live-BRK3169-Understanding-calling-usage-and/ba-p/264299

Siunie Sutjahjo and Sharanya Vemu gave us a great walk through of the why and how to use CQD to improve on user experience throughout the enterprise.

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Speaking at Microsoft ignite 2018 in Orlando - Is voice in the cloud right for you?


I'm proud to announce I am speaking at the upcoming Microsoft Ignite in Orlando. This is the third Ignite I will be speaking at, but I am just as thrilled and humbled by this opportunity as the first Ignite. This time, I will be doing a theater session called "Is voice in the Cloud right for you?".

If you are interested in knowing a little more about the roadmap for Microsoft’s Phone System and how it could match the needs of your company, join me at THR2039 in the Expo Theater 12 on Tuesday 25th between 1:05PM and 1:25PM.

Friday, August 24, 2018

A couple of favorite news about the world of Teams - Week 34

Those of you who pay attention to and follow the twitter streams and newsfeeds regarding Microsoft Teams, might have noticed there hasn't been many posts regarding news on Teams for the past couple of weeks. This is of course partially because of summer vacations, but I am also guessing Microsoft is saving some of their news and releases for the upcoming Ignite. Pure speculation of course, but it would not surprise me.

But, it is not all silent, so here are some of the news related to Microsoft Teams from the past weeks.

First of all, here is a list of all the client features released in August:

Some of my favorite highlights:
o Adobe XD and Teams
o Get ready for back to school!
o Legion of zoom
o Windows 10 Quiet hours support is here

Microsoft launched Teams Data Residency in Canada, and announced upcoming residency in Japan and Australia as well.

Today Microsoft announced the completion of their roadmap of bringing Teams and Skype for Business together. Making way for brand new inventions in the future:

Also, there is a new localization competition open. Are you up for the challenge?