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Microsoft Teams

Below is an overview of Microsoft Teams at NDSU

Overview

Teams is a product of Office 365 that can be run through the Office 365 web portal (use NDUS credentials) or installed as an application in Windows, Apple OS X, Apple iOS, and Android environments.

Think of it as a series of tools for collaborating around the needs of a particular group.  This includes team chats, file sharing, web conferencing, etc. It also has the capability of many of the Skype for Business features such as direct chatting and chatting with groups of individuals.  

Getting Started

Users will log into Microsoft Teams and use their NDUS credentials.

Best Practices

Reading the resources linked throughout this page will allow for a more successful user experience while using Microsoft Teams.

Learn More/How To's

FAQ's

Use Cases

Microsoft Teams is the ultimate messaging app for your organization—a workspace for real-time collaboration and communication, meetings, file and app sharing, and even the occasional emoji! All in one place, all in the open, all accessible to everyone.

Universal Design/Accessibility

Help, consultation, training

IT Help Desk

Intended Audience

  • Faculty
  • Staff
  • Students

Using this solution

Availability

24/7/365 [*Standard outages]

Cost

University-funded: no charge.

Requirements

Must be a campus-supported product




Keywords:service, teams, team, collaborate, video chat, video calls, web conferencing LAIC   Doc ID:100174
Owner:Sharley K.Group:IT Knowledge Base
Created:2020-04-07 09:34 CDTUpdated:2023-03-20 16:44 CDT
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CleanURL:https://kb.ndsu.edu/teams
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