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Microsoft has confirmed that its Slack Competitor Microsoft Teams will be available to the general public from March 14th 2017. The Redmond giant has announced the app back in November which was in Beta ever since.

The app is currently being used by over 30,000 organizations. The firm will be holding an online event which will include Corporate Vice President Kirk Koenigsbauer and a special guest who will be sharing perspective on the Advantages of Teamwork, features which are available with Microsoft Teams and more insights of using the Application.

Microsoft teams which is a Competitor to Slack includes commercial subscription for Office 365 users which include Enterprise E1, E3,E5, Business Essentials and Business Premiums. The live stream will begin Next Tuesday at 8.30am PT  and if any of our users are interested then you can register by clicking this link. 

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