Infographic: A look at Microsoft Teams (by the numbers)
by Paul Davenport Paul Davenport on

Microsoft Teams has seen it’s popularity explode over the past year, establishing it’s position atop the highly competitive market for enterprise communication software in a time when remote collaboration has become essential.

With integration and storage capabilities that, until recently, were unrivaled, it only makes sense that Teams would continue to see it’s adoption rise over the course of 2020. But even by 2020 standards, Teams’ rise in adoption among the leading enterprises has been staggering.

To better understand just how massive this growth has been and how Teams found its way to the top of the market, check out our infographic, Microsoft Teams, by the numbers (full infographic here).

Microsoft Teams, by the numbers

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However, growth figures hardly tell the whole story around why you should be focusing on Teams. After all, just because Microsoft’s enterprise collaboration platform is more popular than ever, it doesn’t necessarily mean that optimal performance is a given.

And while Microsoft guarantees 99.9% uptime on Teams as part of their business SLA, anyone familiar with voice and video software can attest that uptime does not equal optimal performance.


Microsoft Teams by the numbers
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