Microsoft Teams

Microsoft Teams | Office 365 | AD | API
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration platform that is part of the Microsoft Office 365 suite of productivity tools. It is designed to help teams communicate and collaborate more effectively by providing a centralized location for conversations, meetings, files and applications.

Teams can use Microsoft Teams to chat, hold video or audio meetings, share files and documents, and work on collaborative projects in real time. The platform also integrates with other Microsoft and third-party tools such as OneNote, SharePoint and Trello to create a comprehensive workspace for teams.
Microsoft Teams is used by businesses, schools and other organizations to improve communication and collaboration between their teams. It is available on desktop, web and mobile platforms and can be used from any location, with an internet connection.

Some related technologies that work with Microsoft Teams are:

Skype for Business: Microsoft Teams includes Skype for Business technology, which enables users to make audio and video calls, as well as conduct online meetings with screen-sharing and collaboration capabilities.

Office 365: Microsoft Teams is part of the Office 365 productivity suite, which also includes other applications such as Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Teams can use these tools within Microsoft Teams to collaborate on documents and presentations.

Azure AD: Microsoft Teams uses Azure Active Directory (AD) for identity and access management. This allows users to log in with their work or school accounts and access the resources they need within the platform.

Microsoft Graph: Microsoft Teams integrates with the Microsoft Graph API, which allows developers to access data and insights from various Microsoft products and services. This can be used to create custom integrations and applications for Microsoft Teams.

BITS experts have used Microsoft Teams in a variety of projects. A selection of case studies and references can be found below.

Conception, planning, control and execution of a data center move with production-critical infrastructure

BITS organized and coordinated the relocation of the IT landscape from one data center to a new data center for a globally active corporation in the automotive industry (data center migration). The project comprised around 150 applications and 600 servers, some of which had production-relevant effects, and was supported by us over a period of 3 years.

Replacement of an existing quality management software application in a subsidiary by the introduction of a web-based in-house development from the group of companies

In this project, an aging software application in the area of quality management, which was used, among other things, to process quality defects of purchased parts, was replaced by an in-house development of another subsidiary. post_intro_infos

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