The Summer is over, and the TAAG Team is ready to help you increase your productivity and maintain your flow state.
No matter your role, every information worker has two primary applications they switch between: Outlook for their emails, and Teams for chats, files, and team related work. What if there was a way to combine the two? Keep it all in Teams, while maintaining your flow state? The Teams App Acceleration for Government (TAAG) team is going to show you how to achieve that and be more productive.
In order to accomadate different schedules, we will be offering two options for this topic. Click on the link below to register:
How you can increase your productivity by accessing Outlook in Teams
Apps of the Month Demo
Outlook Teams Access
Publish SPFx Web Parts to Teams
Having called Microsoft home for 8 exciting years now, Joshua focuses passionately on transforming customer productivity experiences within Teams and Microsoft 365. From Ideation to execution, Joshua loves to take customers on their own unique journey of transformation, and he's beyond excited to share with you the possibilities for your agency and end-users!
Derek has 25+ years of experience developing solutions that address the challenges that both commercial and public sector organizations face. 9 years ago, he joined Microsoft and turned his focus to our Federal Customers. In that time, he empowered them to develop solutions in M365, SPFx, and the Power Platform.
John is passionate about transforming how organizations solve their unique challenges using innovative solutions. He has 20+ years of experience across numerous industries doing just that. Since joining Microsoft 8 years ago, John has focused on modernizing the way the public sector operates.
Teams App Acceleration for Government (TAAG) is an initiative designed to evangelize collaborative apps across the government community. We understand the challenges with working in the U.S. Sovereign clouds and want to help. Everything we demo will work in the Government Community Cloud (GCC) and potentially in the Government Community Cloud High (GCCH), and Department of Defense (DoD) cloud.