The Redmond giant is announcing a slew of new features to be added to Teams, all aimed at making it an attractive option to replace traditional office phones.
Enterprises seem to be taking heed, based on unsubstantiated Microsoft-reported numbers.
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The company shared today that over 200,000 organizations in 181 markets use Microsoft Teams, with customers including NASCAR, Macy's, and General Motors. That's a particularly useful addition if you're working with remote teams that communicate in a variety of languages. The numbers sound good, of course, but Wright declined specifying the number of users or discussing how widespread usage might be within those organizations.
Let us not forget why Microsoft made a decision to build out Teams, it was because of the success of Slack which makes you wonder if buying the competing software would have been a better move? This functionality will extend to IP phones and conference room devices. A new cloud recording feature will, you guessed it, record the meeting with transcription and timecoding.
Teams also now has an app ecosystem that continues to grow and includes the likes of Adobe, Trello, Zoom.ai, and many others who are turning Teams from a simple collaboration tool to an entire productivity application.
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Cortana voice interactions for Teams-enabled devices-Will enable you to easily make a call, join a meeting, or add other people to a meeting in Teams using spoken, natural language.
Mobile sharing in meetings, enabling attendees to share a live video stream, photos, or the screen from their mobile device.
Finally, a number of enterprise-grade features are planned, including consultative transfer, call delegation, and federation. Acknowledging how "wonky" it is that Teams hasn't been able to run on Surface Hub thus far, Microsoft has now added native support, she said. A future upgrade will include facial recognition so that comments can be assigned to specific individuals.
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