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Inside Insync: Six Surprising Things about Russell Kowald

Inside Insync is where we connect the people of our company with the people of the internet i.e. you.

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What happens when you take the Team out of Teamwork?

Loryan Strant

There are a number of ways for organisations to implement Microsoft Teams. Whichever way they choose, there are often a number of dependencies and pre-requisites in order to do it “properly”. The last word in that sentence is in quotation marks because it is subjective. My version of “properly” may not necessarily be yours. Or maybe your organisation doesn’t have the luxury of time. Or maybe someone installed Microsoft Teams, invited everyone, and now the cat is out of the bag.

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Ignite on Tour comes to Sydney: We give you the tech low down

Microsoft Ignite is Tech on Tour. An incredible opportunity to tap into the latest developer tools and cloud technologies. It’s a place for developers and tech professionals to connect and learn, and remind ourselves we are part of a global community.

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Meetings First with Microsoft Teams

A Brave New World of Intelligent Communication is Here

Damien Margaritis

Unless you’ve been hiding away from the world for the last couple of years, chances are you’ve heard about all the goodness that is Microsoft Teams. You may also be aware that, on a long enough time frame, Skype for Business Online will eventually be deprecated, with Microsoft Teams becoming the single client available in Office 365 to handle all your communication and collaboration needs.

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Using 3PIP Phones with Skype for Business Online or Microsoft Teams?

Read this by Damien Margaritis.

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Inside Insync: Six Surprising Things about Lee Stevenson

Inside Insync is our chance to connect with friends, followers and random strangers who might come across our site (hello random stranger!) in a slightly more idiosyncratic and personal way.

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Inside Insync: Meet David Andreata, Team Leader

Our Inside Insync series delves into the inner workings of life at Insync Technology – putting a microscope to what our team is delivering, what it’s like to work here and what’s on the horizon.

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Planning & Running a Hackathon on Microsoft Teams

Richard Charnock

Recently I made a sentimental return journey to the University of Tasmania for my third stint as Mentor at UHack, their annual hackathon. Along with other business partners, alumni and teaching staff of the university I was herded (I suppose?) into the Mentor Pen to await contestants anxious to benefit from the wisdom born of age (which would make me Socrates and Buddha in one). But what is UHack?

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What to use when: OneDrive, Microsoft Teams and SharePoint (hint: it’s none of them and all of them)

Loryan Strant

For the past few years there have been a number of blog articles, conference sessions, videos, debates, infographics, whitepapers, and all other kinds of content around “what to use when” (let’s call it WTUW for now) in the context of Office 365. This has only gotten more complex since the inception of Microsoft Teams.

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Devices for Microsoft Teams

Damien Margaritis

Microsoft’s Ignite conference has come and gone for another year, and it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to say that 2018 was the year of Microsoft Teams. There were over 60 sessions dedicated to Teams (with a single solitary session to cover Skype for Business Server 2019), clearly articulating Microsoft’s confidence and vision with Teams as the go to chat-based workspace in Office 365: an experience that brings together people, conversations and content—along with the tools that teams need—allowing them to collaborate to achieve more.

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