Microsoft Teams Rooms upgraded for hybrid working
As offices begin to open, there is great anticipation of reuniting and collaborating in person. But as people’s habits have changed over the past year, so have their expectations. Going forward, the workplace will be hybrid. This fluid experience will be realized across a continuum of spaces, where extreme flexibility allows you to choose where and when you work.
Now, more than ever people need collaboration experiences that put everyone on an equal footing, whether they join meetings from a conference room, home office, or on the go. In March, Microsoft unveiled our vision for the future of Teams Rooms, where connections feel natural and people feel included, represented, and can collaborate without boundaries. And today, Jared Spataro shared new innovations from Microsoft Teams and Teams Rooms designed to help you connect and engage, regardless of where you work.
Over the course of this year, we will deliver new experiences in Teams Rooms built to ensure everyone can be seen, heard, and fully participate from anywhere. Today we are announcing a new set of features, capabilities and devices that support the best hybrid meeting experience yet.
Front row, a new content layout for Teams Rooms, with a dual-monitor configuration, gives participants a greater sense of connection with remote attendees.
To read the full list of upgrades to Microsoft Teams head to: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft-teams-blog/new-experiences-coming-to-microsoft-teams-rooms-to-allow/ba-p/2451553
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