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Our MVPs Mårten Hellebro and Ståle Hansen will share their Microsoft Teams experience and knowledge at the virtual event, TeamsFest. Mårten will talk about completing your Skype exit and Ståle will share how to troubleshoot users after moving from Skype to Teams. Two great sessions it is worth attending. The event is entirely free and run via Teams. You will be able to get your questions answered and attend from where you are. Mårten is a returning speaker, check out his session from OctoberFest. Save this link and schedule April 1st in your calendar today!
There will be no second referendum, no more ifs or buts… Microsoft Teams is replacing Skype for Business. Either you let Microsoft switch your tenant automatically to Teams only mode and you crash out of Skype with a no-deal Skypexit, or you get in control and negotiate the terms of a controlled Skypexit. Find out how to keep everyone on board, sort out the different coexistence modes, and learn more about Skype and Teams interop, so that you are fully prepared, before the big change in July 2021. In this session, MVP Mårten Hellebro will help you get your Skypexit done, by sharing real-world experience, best practices, as well as tips and tricks to deliver a successful Skypexit. There will be no more delays, it’s do or die, get Skypexit done
It is easy to migrate from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams. But there is always a subset of users that fail for some reason. There is a PowerShell oneliner you should learn to troubleshoot this. Discover if the user is lacking the proper license, or is disabled or have a conflicting address. It is all there, explained for those who know where to look. Come and get a deep dive in how to identify issues and how to fix them
TeamsFest is a 1 day virtual event run by the European Teams User Group which will be held on Wednesday 1st April, 8am – 5.30pm GMT. It is designed to share and democratize Teams knowledge, for free, to anyone with an interest in Teams – but we would also like to think of it as being particularly aimed at those who cannot afford or are limited to attending an event in person. Read More