Probing and conquering everything tech related, Microsoft now unveiled its newest team working app known as Microsoft Teams. The software is currently available to all users subscribed to Office 365’s Business Essentials and Business Premium and the Enterprise package (E1, E3 and E5).
It’s expected to be made fully available to everyone somewhere at the start of next year.
Microsoft Teams has everything boiled down to basics: smooth, clean and intuitive user interface; essential chat tool that connects team members in an instant; and is integrated with OneDrive, Power Point, Excel and finally – Word. Thus, if you heavily rely on MS Office to do your biddings – then Microsoft Teams is the app of champions.
Shooting yourself in the foot
However, the guys at Slack showed they’re genuinely shaken by MS Teams’ unravel: both with a full-page ad in the New York Times and by an “innocent looking” blog over at their place, which are basically the same.
In it, Slack “teaches” Microsoft about the values of communication, an open platform and love. It’s like a 2016’s adaptation of “The Breakfast Club”, but with teams.
Meanwhile, MS Teams is steadily sauntering toward the betterment of how teams do work. Its promised integration with Skype will probably make enough users to flock toward it in order to get the platform going early. And strong.
Whatever goes on next, one thing is for sure: Slack is scared for its future. How it’ll all play out? Share your verdict below in the large white rectangular box.
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