Talking Teams with Rish Tandon

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Tony Redmond sat down (virtually) with Rish Tandon, Corporate VP for Microsoft Teams Development, to discuss how Teams has evolved over the last few years. The conversation was wide-ranging and covered many topics, including the operationalization of Teams to create a service capable of running at massive scale, client performance, compliance, backups, people, the effect of Teams on other Microsoft 365 workloads, and more.

 

https://practical365.com/talking-teams-with-rish-tandon/

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Very interesting - thank you, Tony
Thank you for sharing Tony. Have you heard any updates on when Teams 2.0 is going to be released for enterprise users? I was surprised that there was no mention of this at Ignite last week. https://office365itpros.com/2021/06/25/teams20-webview2-replaces-electron/
Microsoft said nothing, so that's the current status. We'll have to wait.