As chatting helps promote collaboration within teams, Microsoft Teams is chat-based by default. The application is not intended to replace email, which, after all, fosters different expectations as to response times. Teams makes it easy to switch rapidly from a chat session to a phone or video call, or even a group call.
Because all these communication and collaboration services are based on Microsoft Cloud, just like Office 365, team members can access the applications they need to create, work on and share files, anywhere and at any time.
Last but not least, Microsoft Teams offers the capability to have everyone within your team or organization collaborate in a well-secured environment. However, this requires opting for Microsoft 365. This product bundle hit the market at the end of 2017 and combines Office 365 with Windows 10 Enterprise and Microsoft EMS (Enterprise Mobility + Security). The latter was developed by Microsoft explicitly to simplify and improve secure management of devices, data and users in Office 365. Thanks to EMS, employees can work securely on any device, anywhere and at any time.
And precisely because of that strong security, you can even invite members from outside your organization to join your team.
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