Microsoft Teams - Is Your Network Ready?

The number of companies using Microsoft Teams is expected to nearly double in the next two years, new research has revealed, with forty-one percent of IT professionals expecting their employer to start using the collaboration tool by the end of 2020, up from 21% in late 2018.

One key to a successful transition is ensuring that your network is ready for the new demands, since Teams combines three forms of traffic:

- Data traffic between the Office 365 online environment and the Teams client (signaling, presence, chat, file upload and download, OneNote synchronization).
- Peer-to-peer real-time communications traffic (audio, video, desktop sharing).
- Conferencing real-time communications traffic (audio, video, desktop sharing).

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In this webinar you will learn:

 
• The role Network Assessments play in Digital Workplace Transformation and the future of work
• How heat-mapping can uncover previously unidentified network weaknesses
• How to ensure network design flexes to accommodate a larger user base without becoming oversubscribed
• The importance of reliable wired coverage, especially with Microsoft Teams’ emergence as a key collaboration component in today’s workplace
• How the relationship between the cloud and the data center impacts smart network design