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December Teams Update

Now that the New Year has started, it can be hard to think back to 2020.  We can all agree that 2020 has some really high moments and some very low moments. However, in December Microsoft Teams announced some new features that make it worth looking back. We are going to be looking back on what is new in Microsoft Teams for Business, Healthcare, Government, and many more.


Today's guest blogger is Tracy Urbina, UC Solutions Engineer

These are not ALL considerations, be sure to do your due diligence and understand your business requirements before building your platform. This is consideration after you have fully designed and have approval on your call flows including time of day routing.

Azure Active Directory

What if I told you is all you need to operate a full-fledged business network is an internet connection? But when do you make that investment, that leap to actually owning more than a laptops and a printer? What would you think if I told you that you didn’t have to make that decision right now or maybe ever?

The More You Know

Today's Guest Blogger is Eric Fritz, Managing Consultant

In our team meetings we take the time to share information about our latest exploits, issues, upcoming releases, and even general knowledge. In this world of information overload, you cannot know it all, so it is nice to be able to share.  In 2021, we will share with you. Let us wrap up 2020 as we are all ready to do and look forward to dates to know.

November 2020

The month of November seemed to fly by, and with that you may have missed some of the new features that Microsoft Teams released.  There have been new features released for the workplace, education, front-line workers, and the government. Along with this there have been some new devices released. So, buckle up and let the recap begin!

Cognni Announcement

December 1, 2020 - Magenium Solutions is thrilled to announce a new partnership with Information Intelligence company Cognni. By collaborating with Cognni, Magenium ensures their customers have access to advanced cognitive intelligence tools, allowing remote work and cloud collaboration to be safer.

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Zoom in

Today's Guest Blogger is Kevin Nickell, Managing Consultant

“Hey, Kevin, can you zoom in on that spreadsheet?  I can’t see it very well”.  When presenting your screen over a Teams call, this is incredibly common.  As presenters, we are always fiddling with our Microsoft Excel, or Word zoom settings so all participants can see the presented content clearly.  And… it is completely unnecessary. 

SharePoint Spaces

Today's guest blogger is Jim Sottosanto, Office365 Technical Architect

Since the start of the Covid-19 Pandemic, one thing everyone has become more aware of than ever is SPACE.  Whether it be distance (6 feet or more), the size of a space or how many people are in a space, people want to be familiar with space and how they can safely use and move through it.  In many cases, people do not want to travel or visit spaces at all.  Due to travel and quarantine restrictions it may not be practical or feasible to drive or fly to a place.

Office 365

Today's Guest Blogger is Eric Fritz, Managing Consultant

We know that Microsoft Teams has us covered when working remotely.  However, some really had to go back to office, some are planning to go back, and others may never go back.  In this post, I want to share some creative ways of utilizing Office 365 to make heading back to the office safe and less stressful.


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