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How to Leverage Microsoft Teams as a Platform

Author by Stephanie Siewert

Concurrency CTO Nathan Lasnoski, UX Architect Damon Sanchez and Technical Architect Anthony Escobedo recently discussed how Microsoft Teams has differentiated itself from traditional video conferencing systems based on its ability to work as an all-in-one collaboration platform. Through a series of real-life examples, from UX Team asset organization, to the versatility of Power Apps incorporated into Teams, and the productivity and transparency of work team's boards, the team discusses why Microsoft Teams is a powerful collaboration platform for any organization. You can read up on the key points in the Executive Summary below, or click here to view the webinar recording. 


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