Check out some amazing content in our Enabling Remote Work weekly roundup!
@marcelocasaca wondered about how to use Microsoft Graph APIs to extract a attendee list from a live session from Microsoft Teams. Microsoft employee Val Ramos and MVP Reza Ameri offered helpful advice.
Mahmoud A. Atallah shared a how-to article on building a RD Gateway with Azure MFA for secure work and familiar experience across a variety of devices or web browsers.
MVP Simon Binder asked the community to post pictures of their work from home setup, receiving quite a few responses.
MVP Reza Ameri asked the community what their biggest remote troubleshooting challenge was, Adding guests to Microsoft Teams was indicated by one user, with others offering advice to help.
Enable Remote Work
Over the past month, most healthcare organizations have adopted Microsoft Teams at some level in order to support clinical collaboration and work from home scenarios. In an effort to support customers during this time, we are providing the guidance below for security and compliance in Microsoft Teams.
Microsoft Teams is best known for group channels, chat conversations, meetings, and calendars all in one place, making team collaboration easier within a unified hub. But beyond this - by providing many ways that apps can integrate, Microsoft Teams is designed to be highly tailored. It can become a customized digital home for your team, well suited for remote work scenarios. Many teams are now fully working remotely. As they adapt, it’s important to keep experimenting in customizing the mix of communication styles and applications to find the right balance for your team.
On Wednesday, April 22, Microsoft announced five recent Planner improvements—two for Android, two for iOS, and one for both—that will help you meet impending deadlines while working remotely.
Resources for Remote Workers
The webcast series Enabling remote work with Microsoft 365 has officially launched and we are excited to be able to share all the tips, best practices and technical solutions for your productivity. We’ve worked with many members of the Microsoft 365 team to gather all the best information to get you and your organization ready for remote work, now.
The pandemic has impacted our day-to-day job, forcing many of us to work from home. So now the question arises, “how can I make my business calls when my phone is on my office desk?” I don’t want to make calls using my personal cellphone, otherwise, it would end up exposing my private phone number. So how should we go about this?
We are very excited to announce a Microsoft Teams ‘Ask Microsoft Anything’ (AMA) for Meetings and Live Events in Microsoft Teams! The AMA will take place on Thursday, May 7, 2020 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. PT in the Microsoft Teams AMA Space. Add the event to your calendar and view in your time zone here.
In this difficult time, remote work is becoming the new normal for many companies around the world. Part of this new normal is increased focus on implementing stricter security controls and data loss prevention policies within the solutions that already exist within your environment. We understand that you may be looking at our portfolio of solutions and trying to better understand how we can help provide the appropriate balance of security and productivity.
Organizations everywhere are pivoting to a remote work environment, putting the needs of their employees, customers, and communities first. In an effort to continue supporting individuals and organizations each day, we’ve created a new three-part webcast series focusing on enabling remote work. As technology plays a vital role, now more than ever, we’ve paired the webcast series with helpful videos and guidance, to enable you to provide your employees with access to the right tools, resources, and expertise they need to become experts at working remotely.
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