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What is Microsoft Teams?
Microsoft Teams is an entirely new experience that brings together people, conversations, and content — along with the tools that teams need — so they can easily collaborate to achieve more. It’s naturally integrated with the familiar Office applications and is built from the ground up on the Microsoft Office 365 global, secure cloud.
What platforms does Microsoft Teams support?
Microsoft Teams runs on Windows, Mac, Android, iOS, and web platforms.
How do I access Microsoft Teams?
Once you are licensed:
- Via the Microsoft Teams Desktop Client (best user experience). Download the Microsoft Teams Desktop Client here: Microsoft Teams Client Download
- On your mobile device. Download the Microsoft Teams Desktop Client here: Microsoft Teams Client Download
- Via the Office 365 Portal. Access the Office 365 Portal using this link https://Portal.Office.com
Can I collaborate with external colleagues using Microsoft Teams?
Yes, but the external colleague must use Office 365. UMB staff/students with @umaryland addresses utilize Office 365. @umm.edu users do not utilize Office 365 and cannot be added to a team. Including users outside the Office 365 infrastructure is on Microsoft's roadmap and should be available in the near future.
What level of security and compliance does Microsoft Teams support?
Microsoft Teams has a broad set of global compliance and data protection requirements, which includes ISO 27001, ISO 27018, EUMC, SOC 1 Type I & II, SOC 2 Type I and II, HIPAA and FERPA. Microsoft Teams also enforces two-factor authentication, single sign-on through Active Directory, and encryption of data in transit and at rest.
Microsoft Teams training?