Microsoft is empowering the hybrid workforce by investing in new Microsoft Teams capabilities such as Microsoft Teams Rooms (MTR).
MTRs pair world-class meeting technology with integrated video conferencing to improve the way remote and in-person attendees connect in hybrid meetings. This evolution in how workers connect across the hybrid workplace involves certified audio and video hardware facilitating organizations to adapt existing office spaces to become collaborative environments simultaneously for those inside and outside the physical office.
But this new adoption of an even more effective way to leverage Teams means an equally increased reliance upon every component involved for it to perform. In order to ensure productivity with MTRs, organizations will need visibility into every aspect of a Teams Room, measuring the availability and performance of everything involved.
So, how will MTR change the way you work, and what kind of monitoring will become even more essential?
Join Microsoft Cloud Solution Architect Simon Poirier, Microsoft MVP Nick Cavalancia and Olivier Raynaut, VP Client Services at Martello, as they discuss:
4-time Microsoft MVP
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VP Client Services