Free Microsoft Teams for All!

Published on 25 Mar 2020

Topics: News

TNP can help you utilise online collaboration tools
As a significant number of us make the transition to homeworking, businesses are learning how to better utilise online collaboration tools to keep their people together and productive. At TNP we have been using Microsoft Teams for a few years now, we love it and trust me, we tried a lot of tools before settling on Teams!

Microsoft Teams is part of the Office 365 suite, so if your company already uses Office 365 then you already have Teams, if you don’t then Microsoft have made it FREE to everyone via a 6 month trial with an uncapped number of users, so anyone can use it for any amount of employees and get collaborating.

Teams has a number of great ways to communicate, there’s a chat facility, brilliant for those of us who used to love MSN Messenger, Voice Calling, Video Calling, which in our experience is the best way to keep teams together and engaged, as well as easy ways to create meetings via calendar appointments, carry out online presentations and share files between teams and people.

If you haven’t found your collaboration tool of choice, you can get going with Teams by following this link, and if you need any help in getting Teams set up just give us a shout and one of our super helpful Teams enthusiasts will be more than happy to help.
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Written by
Matthew Dredge
Matthew Dredge

Matt is Marketing & Sales Director at TNP. Having left school, Matt qualified as a Chef, which of course is an ideal starting point for anyone who wanted a career in IT! Shocked by the amount of hard work and unsociable hours, he settled for a more grown up career in Accountancy. Unfortunately, he found this all too dull, but his experience with business solutions guided him into the IT world where he has worked for the last 25 years with products such as Tetra, Oracle and Dynamics NAV - the latter being his true love. Having realised through his IT career that sales guys have it easy, Matt has continued his career as being a salesman that knows far too much for his own good!