Working from home has become the new 'norm'
The need to support remote working continues to be a priority for the majority of businesses in the UK - whether supporting a fully or part remote-based workforce.
We understand the importance of being able to support your customers in these challenging times, and to be able to continue to provide first-class, expert advice, and have therefore created this 'Remote Working' hub to bring together relevant information and content sources.
Designed to be a ‘virtual office’, Teams focuses on enabling remote collaboration, offering features such as seamless video calling, easy chat, file sharing and collaborative working channels. Microsoft has also enhanced the security and privacy functionality within Teams, securing the software against the growing number of coronavirus-related cyber threats.
If you're looking to implement Teams for either you as a business or for your customers, our quick start guide to Teams is a great first stop to understand the basics.
Whether it's you or your customers using Teams - different departments use Teams in different ways - check out our top tips for getting the best from Teams!
Microsoft Teams is changing the way businesses work. Discover how to empower your customers to work wherever, whenever with Microsoft Teams.
Windows Virtual Desktop (WVD) is a cost-effective, secure remote desktop and application cloud virtualization service that runs in Microsoft Azure. It’s an easy-to-set-up, bolt-on solution to existing IT infrastructure, which lets you create virtual desktops for your customers, with governance and security roles at your control - just as if you were providing their own individual computer.
WVD delivers the best Windows 10 desktop experience and enables remote working employees to access data and applications on their company's on-premises servers. The solution means that companies can keep data in-house but also provide secure remote access to those who need it, using any device with a web browser.