A major problem that I see for using Teams as a client for the skype for business phone backbone is that if there is a transient loss of the Internet connection Skype for Business just reconnects when the Internet connection is re-established but Teams does not (at least as far as I can tell). This is a problem when using Teams as the endpoint for inbound calls. It is intolerable to have a situation where the client for a phone system effectively decides to log off just because there was a transient blip in wifi connectivity. Obviously, this would be most acute in situations where the Teams client is hosted on a laptop / tablet PC. Does anybody know a way to ensure that Teams keeps trying to re-establish a connection without requiring user intervention. Obviously there are work-arounds such as simultaneous ring on a mobile device but that is not the point - if it is a phone system client it needs to have robust connectivity. I don't want users complaining that an important contact has been trying to call them all day but the system had just decided to log itself off. Right now I feel this is a critical flaw that prevents me migrating my SfB users to Teams.