Make the Move from Skype to Teams
Plan your migration today and learn easy ways to leverage valuable Teams capabilities for advanced collaboration.
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Duration: 1 Hour
Product Marketing Manager, AvePoint
Hunter WillisProduct Marketing Manager, AvePoint
Hunter Willis is a product marketing manager at AvePoint and the president of the Richmond SharePoint User Group, MSCA O365. He has been in web development, SEO and social media marketing for over a decade, and entered the SharePoint space in 2016. Throughout his career he has developed internal collaboration sites, provided technical and strategic advice, and managed solutions for small to large organizations. Hunter has also served as a strategy consultant for many companies and nonprofits in the Richmond area. Hunter continues to work directly with nonprofits in his spare time.
Senior Technical Consultant, Hable
Paul DredgeSenior Technical Consultant, Hable
Paul come's with unique skill-set of having a great technical knowledge whilst maintaining a strong connection to the end user. He understands how individuals and teams operate today and finding bespoke means for improving their individual effectiveness and efficiency is key to their successful adoption of Microsoft 365 products. Paul has recently worked with organizations such as The Houses of Parliament , NHS England and Scope charity.
The end of Skype for Business Online is coming. What’s your plan?
Skype for Business Online will be phased out by Microsoft on July 31. The time to act is now.
Microsoft Teams is a superior alternative to deliver those same critical functions. And you can make the move without workplace interruption (or a heavy lift for your IT staff). But did you know that it offers tons of other benefits?
Teams can take your workplace to the next level.
By allowing users to share and store files, to schedule meetings and to seamlessly sync with Microsoft tools and a range of native and third-party apps, Teams delivers a one-stop shop for collaboration.
This webinar will discuss not only what the Skype for Business retirement means for users but how administrators can manage a stress-free switch and manage Teams to boost productivity while saving time and money.