Microsoft Teams found its way into our lives thanks to the pandemic, since then it has become the go to platform for holding calls, meetings, chats, training, webinars and collaborating with others. In fact, it is so well integrated into most businesses that no further introduction is needed.
At the beginning of the pandemic, Microsoft offered businesses the ability to trial Teams to get them through working remotely, meeting and collaborating with suppliers and customers and it proved to be an invaluable tool. However, all good things come to an end, and the trials have now ceased. So, what do you do with all that challenging work you put into your Microsoft Teams, this post explains your way forward.
Microsoft Teams is part of a cloud experience, which means that the solution can be accessed via multiple devices (phone, tablet, PC, or laptop). This makes it an invaluable tool for meeting people on the go and integrating your workflows and PowerApps. All that you would need is a Microsoft Teams Essential subscription. This subscription gives you the tools that you are used to and have been using over the last few years. With this same IT administrative support, security with encryption at rest and in transit as well as integration with Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint and more.
If you are currently in a trial or your trial has ended, don’t panic, you still have 30 days from the date of your trial ending to access any of your data. If you start a subscription, then everything will be switched back on and you will continue working as normal. You can take out an annual subscription paid monthly or a month-by-month subscription, however the month-by-month subscription does cost a little bit more.
To take out a subscription is simple, just contact us and we will add it to your Office 365 subscription.