Microsoft Teams is a recent addition to Office 365. It is another collaboration tool, designed to assist teams and departments to work together in an effective and efficient way.
Which is great, but also a bit confusing because we also have Office 365 Groups as a way of collaborating, as well as SharePoint, OneDrive and Skype, amongst others.
So a question I am getting asked all the time at the moment is “Why do we have all these different tools and which should we be using?”. This video looks to answer that question. Firstly, we discuss why Microsoft have added to an overcrowded collaboration space with Teams, then how you can approach planning to assess the different tools, and finally the different features and functionality that the tools provide.