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Best Practices for Microsoft Teams
More than ever strong communication is critical to ensuring productive collaboration across your team’s many workspaces.
During the height of the pandemic, Microsoft Teams arose as a popular collaboration option for many companies, and for good reason: Teams is a powerful tool for real-time communication no matter where your colleagues are currently located.

Although Teams has proven invaluable for many organizations, it’s important to be thoughtful when implementing it at your company to avoid repeating the mistakes that some made back when email was the "hot" new communication tool.

Despite all its benefits, Teams also creates some challenges for information management and governance — it can create another silo of information. Adding another communication channel can be convenient, but it also creates an additional repository for information separate from your secured and governed document project files. Download this free guide to learn how best to leverage this tool.

Best Practices for Microsoft Teams

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