To continue our Microsoft 365 blog series, today we will be
focusing on Microsoft Teams and how Liquidware can help businesses manage and
For those that don’t know, Teams has been developed as the
successor to Skype for Business and Microsoft’s answer to group-chat applications
such as Slack. Unsurprisingly, Teams has seen a massive uptake within
businesses and there has been significant push on developing new features as
quickly as possible (Microsoft have taken the approach of basing Teams on
As part of a series of posts, we’ll be exploring how Microsoft 365 and Liquidware’s Adaptive Workspace Management suite can complement each other and provide businesses with more productive and secure end users.
Microsoft 365 provides administrators with some great modern tools in order to manage and analyse their end user estate, such as Azure Active Directory, Windows Information Protection and MyAnalytics. Stratusphere UX is able to extend this toolset by providing user experience (UX) reporting and allowing for device assessment. This enables administrators to determine which users are best suited to take on new Microsoft 365 services such as Windows Virtual Desktop and get the most out of your Microsoft licensing.