Microsoft Teams
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Microsoft had launched its own Slack Competitor, Microsoft Team a year ago in the Windows Store for Windows 10 Devices. Microsoft Team is a full communication tool for Teams that strongly integrate with other Services of Microsoft.

According to Microsoft, the company’s Team service is now being used by more than 30 thousand organisations across 145 markets and 19 languages over the past One Month. These details were confirmed by Microsoft’s Kirk Koenigsbauer who stated:

“Microsoft Teams has picked up momentum since its launch last November. In the last month alone, 30,000 organisations across 145 markets and 19 languages have actively used Microsoft Teams.”

Kirk Also mentioned that company is on track to bringing Microsoft Teams to General Availability thanks to feedback from their existing customers:

“We’re especially inspired by this early usage. Not only does it show that the product fills a real market need, but it gives us a ton of information to help shape the product leading up to General Availability, which is still on track for this current quarter, Q1 2017. Our customers have been a great guide as we’ve delivered numerous features into the product even since the preview launched—including built-in audio calling on mobile and named group chats, an easy way to keep track of the context of a conversation.”

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