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Read the rest of our Microsoft Ignite 2019 coverage:
- Satya’s Tech Intensity Keynote Highlights
- The New Features Coming to Yammer!
- Bill Bliss on Microsoft Teams Architecture
- Jeff Teper on the Latest Workplace Innovations
- Bill Bliss on Boosting Trust in Microsoft Teams Apps
- Dux Raymond Sy on Generational Diversity in the Modern Workplace
- Loryan Strant on Avoiding Office 365 Icebergs
- An Introduction to Yammer’s New Native Mode
- Office 365 Groups and Yammer Collaboration Tips
- The Structure of Private Channels in Microsoft Teams
- Tony Redmond on Microsoft Teams vs. Outlook
After having fun with a game on the show floor, AvePoint CMO and Microsoft MVP Dux Raymond Sy held a quick interview with Ciracom’s Amy Rutt on how Microsoft has worked to make Office a modern, inclusive platform.
Though they discussed several points, one standout moment was when Dux described the difference between diversity and inclusion with a party analogy:
Diversity is like being invited to a party. But simply being invited doesn’t guarantee that you’ll have fun. If you want to be inclusive, you need to ask people to dance. Invite them, because they may be too timid to dance themselves. Lastly, you want people to feel like they belong. Then they can dance like no one’s watching!
Dux then explained a few ways Microsoft Teams is inclusive in the modern workplace:
1. Microsoft Teams allows you to work and communicate however you want to. Be it through chat, calls, or collaborating on documents, it provides a diverse range of capabilities.
2. In terms of inclusivity, Microsoft Teams offers apps that let users access the information they might otherwise be unable to find.
3. Microsoft Teams makes users feel like they belong. There are other apps–such as MyHub–that streamline the Team creation process for projects. Instead of having to pester a team member to help and feeling out of the loop, it’s all pre-built and so users don’t have to feel out of place.
Want to hear about Microsoft’s accessibility efforts and Dux’s overall Ignite experience? Check out the full interview below!