K2's Microsoft Teams
New Course for 2021!
Microsoft Teams is one of the most exciting personal and organizationally productivity tools to ever appear on the business landscape. With Teams, you can communicate and collaborate easily and securely with others, including colleagues outside of your organization. Further, you can extend the already-robust functionality in Teams by incorporating add-in solutions with just a few clicks of the mouse. Unfortunately, despite the power of Teams and its relatively simple interface, many organizations struggle with deploying and using Teams.
In this session, you will learn how you can get up and running quickly in Teams so that you can take full advantage of this powerful tool. More specifically, you will learn how you can get started in Teams and critical decisions that will affect your deployment. Also, you will learn how to work in Teams, including how to take advantage of the chat, voice, and video call services and how to share documents securely with others. Moreover, you will learn how you can extend your Teams platform to external organizations for improved communication and collaboration. Additionally, you will identify how you can add other applications into Teams and how you can optimize the configuration of your Teams environment for best overall efficiency and security. If you are working with Teams or plan to do so, this is one CPE session you can’t afford to miss!
CPE Credit: Recommended for 4 hours Computer Software and Applications
Instructional delivery method: Group-live demo and discussion. This session is “laptop-friendly,” and we encourage participants to follow along on their own devices.
Prerequisites: Fundamental knowledge of computer applications and the Office 365/Microsoft 365 subscription models
Program level: Intermediate
Advance preparation: None
Who should attend: CPAs and other business professionals who are seeking leverage their Office 365/Microsoft 365 subscriptions by taking advantage Teams for improved communication and collaboration
Upon completing this course, you should be able to:
- Identify key potential benefits associated with using Microsoft Teams
- List various elements of functionality offered by Teams
- Differentiate between “guest” and “external” users in Teams
- Cite examples of additional applications that you can incorporate into Teams
- Name examples of communication options available in Teams
- Specify examples of security measures available in Teams