How to use MS Teams to replace your file server
Author : Matt Yarranton
17 September 2020

You all know MS Teams as a video conferencing tool, but do you know about all of its other cool features? One such feature enables businesses to replace file servers, allowing users to work from anywhere and collaborate on documents in real-time.  This video shows you how this works in practice and demonstrates how to use this feature.

If you want to know how you can set this up for your business, please get in touch.

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