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How Quadrotech uses Microsoft Teams for effective collaboration

11 Apr 2018 by Laura Zawacki

Last week, Microsoft rolled out some major features and announced several updates that will be coming soon to Teams. Quite a few of the features are related to the eventual upgrade from Skype for Business to Teams, such as unified presence, out of office info, and improved call notifications. Microsoft also started rolling out the new Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business Admin Center, which will help administrators manage both workloads centrally with additional functionality.

Quadrotech started using Microsoft Teams in October 2017. Since then, it’s been adopted by departments and individuals as a way to share knowledge, collaborate, and manage daily tasks as well as long-term projects. Paul Robichaux, Quadrotech CTO, sat down with Microsoft MVP Tony Redmond, to have a chat about Quadrotech’s experience using Teams over the past five months.


Making the move to Microsoft Teams

See how Quadrotech has transitioned to using Teams – what tools were used prior to our implementation, and how our users are adopting the tool.


Will Microsoft Teams replace email?

The age-old question, ‘will X replace email?’, is discussed in the context of Teams. What are the sweet spots for Teams and does email still have its place?


Making SharePoint more approachable with Microsoft Teams

Learn about some of Quadrotech’s SharePoint challenges, and how they’re being addressed with Teams. Paul talks about how document sharing has evolved within our organization and how Teams has increased our use of other Microsoft workloads.


Minimizing the downsides of Microsoft Teams

As with any recently introduced tool, there are bound to be some challenges. In this segment, Paul and Tony examine possible improvements to the Teams workload, and how Quadrotech is helping organizations report on their Teams usage.


Quadrotech has released its first set of Microsoft Teams Reports in Radar Reporting. Organizations using Radar Reporting can now gather insights on Teams Daily Activity, User Activity, Tenant Activity, and Device Activity. If you’re interested in learning more about our reporting solutions, consider signing up for a free 14-day trial of Radar Reporting.