Microsoft makes its Teams software solution available to help SMEs beat the lockdown
Leading software solution provider, Microsoft, is calling on Small and Medium-sized Businesses (SMBs) to pivot to the Microsoft Teams software in order to continue carrying out business activities while partial lockdown is being enforced to curb the COVID-19 spread in every part of the globe. The company said the software will help businesses connect with employees working remotely from home, or meet suppliers and pitch for business while continuing to service customers as usual.
Microsoft Teams is part of the Office 365 offering, a combo of subscription-based enterprise services, introduced to the market in 2011 and updated in 2013 to help business max productivity. The solution comprises presentation application, email to client, calendar, word processor, spreadsheet and more.
Precisely, explaining the features of Microsoft Teams, the firm said, it “is a software solution that enables SMBs to perform many essential business tasks remotely. With Teams, you can virtually chat, collaborate, and meet with employees, customers, suppliers, and partners.”
“The Microsoft Office apps are built right into Teams, so you can use and share the files you create in Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook without leaving the tool”, it added.
Microsoft Teams tips can be found by clicking how to start working remotely with Teams
According to Steve Blank, a Silicon Valley serial entrepreneur, the COVID-19 will cause significant disruptions that will change the way organizations operate for a long time. Read his insight here
The manifestation of Blank’s insight isn’t far anymore. But businesses can chose to quickly adapt their strategies by playing first-comers on existing enterprise solutions. This will help stay ahead of competition.
If you have already registered for the Microsoft Teams log on here .