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Microsoft plans to replace Skype for Business with Teams

Matthew Finnegan | Sept. 26, 2017
The company’s Slack rival, launched six months ago, will ‘over time’ become the primary communications client in Office 365.

Microsoft said that Teams will be the central tool for what it calls “intelligent communications,” and it laid out plans for new features such as surfacing documents ahead of a meeting, recording and transcribing discussions, and subsequently adding notes and recordings to relevant Teams channels for review.

The new features follow Microsoft’s addition of guest access within Teams earlier this month, as well as integrations with Adobe’s portfolio of products.


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