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Plan Your Network in Microsoft Teams (2019) – Part 6

Welcome back to the last blog in the “Plan Your Network in Microsoft Teams” series! Last time we talked about the process of connecting to Office 365 over the internet. In this article, we’ll discuss¬† peering, QoS, and some tools to assist you in planning your network for Microsoft Teams. So without further ado let’s […]

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Plan Your Network in Microsoft Teams (2019) – Part 3

Welcome back to Part 3 of “Planning Your Network in Microsoft Teams” series! Last time, we talked about what real time communications was and the protocols used for media traffic in Microsoft Teams. In this article, we’ll be going a step further and breakdown the anatomy of a media session in Microsoft Teams. Then we’ll […]

Plan Your Network in Microsoft Teams (2019) – Part 2

Welcome back! Last time we discussed (at a high level) what you will need to consider to implement Teams in your environment. This time, we’ll be taking a deep dive into each of these areas so you can get a full understanding about what is required to ensure a successful implementation. Specifically, we’ll start off […]

Plan your Network in Microsoft Teams (2019) – Part 1

With 2019 in full swing, your organization may be looking to upgrade your infrastructure. One of those areas may include your telephony, instant messaging platform, or audio conferencing platform. Well, why not knock out all 3 at once by using Microsoft Teams as you hub for teamwork! Having all of these capabilities ready to use […]

Voice quality in Microsoft Teams – Why you should care! — Part 1

Voice quality is surprisingly something that is often overlooked when an organization wants to move their voice infrastructure to the cloud. I’ve worked for multiple customers over the past two years where some have been well equipped to handle the media traffic whereas others were missing some of the vital pieces that proved to be […]