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Thought Leadership: Teams Future Features

This article describes various new features in Microsoft Teams, including enabling calls in separate windows and pinning meeting controls to the top of your screen.
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Just move it to the cloud

This blog outlines the different methods of data migration and use cases. Your method of migrating data to the cloud will depend on many factors. Migrating large amounts of data can be done with any of the methods explained in the blog, including Azure Data Box, File Shares, Site Recovery service, and more.
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TruGreen’s new take on technology—a catalyst for greener lawns and happier customers 


Recently TruGreen, America’s largest lawn care company, embarked on an all-up digital transformation—driving towards a culture of continuous innovation for its customers and associates. In this video, company CIO Ayman Taha talks about teaming up with Microsoft to develop a new AI-enabled virtual agent bot and augment its customer self-service mobile app with AI driven image recognition. 

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Modern teaching and learning

The reality is every education system will have a mix of readiness for all three stages of remote learning. Whether schools are at full connectivity, no connectivity, or emerging connectivity, as the majority are, having one process supports transformation across a whole system or country.

This document outlines Microsoft’s strategy for providing one process for supporting all three stages of readiness for remote learning. Interested in getting started? We can help.
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Create a connected business powered by Microsoft

Imagine you’ve worked hard to plan and strategize your IoT roadmap. You’ve finally established what devices you want to connect and how you’re going to use that data to drive growth for your business. You’ve also convinced the board and other stakeholders about your strategy and have gotten the green light to begin ASAP. So you’re all set, right? Well, not exactly. What’s missing is one of the most challenging and crucial steps for most companies—one that can completely make or break your entire initiative: choosing the correct platform on which to execute your IoT program.

Ideally, you want a platform that allows devices to connect seamlessly —of course—but you also need flexibility, scalability, security, and the ability to transform data into dashboards to obtain insights.

In this infographic, you’ll learn how Microsoft IoT Central meets all of these requirements while delivering an intuitive and highly customizable UI that can and will adapt to your business, not the other way around.
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