Last year we announced plans for Microsoft Teams to become the primary client for Intelligent Communications in Office 365, replacing Skype for Business Online over time. Today, we are pleased to announce we have completed our roadmap for bringing Skype for Business Online features and functionality into Teams, and Teams is ready to meet your messaging, meeting and calling needs.
Today, more than 200,000 organizations are using Teams, including nearly 70% of enterprise customers who use Skype for Business Online. We encourage your organization to join them and move to Teams today.
Teams delivers Intelligent Communications
In recent weeks, we added many new communications features to Teams.
Make the move to Teams
Over the last few weeks we have released resources, tools and guidance to help current Skype for Business Online customers with their upgrade to Teams. This includes:
Not every organization has dedicated IT resources to manage their transition to Teams. In order to assist these customers, we will begin offering them Microsoft-driven automated upgrades to Teams. We will communicate directly with customers regarding their upgrade options through email and in the Office 365 Message Center.
To learn more about how to upgrade to Teams, and to get started today, visit the following resources:
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