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Teams quick start guide

Whether you are new to Teams and need to learn the basics or you are using Teams and want a handy reference, this Quick Start Guide for Teams is a must-have-close-by-tool.

It includes start up necessities, such as buttons, tabs and channels, but also includes the how-to tasks you need to know only when you’re ready to do them: start an impromptu meeting, make video and audio calls, share a file, add apps, and search for stuff, for example.

Keep this guide handy and share it with other users!
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Cultivating successful farming for future generations

In many regions of Africa, climate change has had a profound impact on independent farmers, especially those in isolated areas who lack proper access to running water. Dry seasons are increasingly longer and rains scarcer, making maintaining crops a bigger and bigger challenge with each passing year. For these farmers, traditional methods that were handed down for generations no longer yield the results they need to feed their families, leaving them in a desperate situation. Fortunately, modern technology and digital transformation are now able to provide these farmers with the tools they need to sustain their way of life during these challenging times. 

In this video, you’ll learn how Monica, an independent farmer in Kenya, managed to overcome hardships brought on by climate change by using sustainable energy, accurate weather data, and Microsoft Azure.

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Microsoft Dynamics CRM: Demonstrating Improvements in quality and efficiency of patient care

Healthcare organizations face extreme business, clinical, and technical pressures as they make the shift from fee-for-service to value-based care delivery and reimbursement models. Legacy Electronic Health Records (EHRs), as they are architected today, lack true collaboration capabilities, resulting in clinician inefficiencies and patient dissatisfaction. To make matters worse, with the shift from volume- to value-based payments, patients are now discharged “quicker and sicker” into a delivery ecosystem that was never designed to manage and coordinate care beyond any single facility. To succeed in this new paradigm, providers must become increasingly more agile and collaborative; they must also recognize the importance of CRM as a component of their patient engagement strategy.

Read this whitepaper to learn how Microsoft Dynamics CRM provides healthcare organizations with the salesforce automation, marketing planning, social listening and engagement, customer service, and analytics capabilities that are crucial for improving patient care and enhancing collaboration within and among care teams.
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