Teams

Teams Connect shared channels, in preview, enable the creation of team channels that can be shared with users from different Microsoft 365 tenancies.

Microsoft Teams Rooms provides Device Subscription Licenses for shared meeting room devices enabling calls, meetings, and videoconferences over Teams.

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Chart summarizes Teams-related compliance, management, and security capabilities included with and available for Microsoft 365 Enterprise F1, F3, E3, and E5 plans.

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While core Teams management capabilities and basic retention policies are included in all Microsoft 365 Enterprise suites, many compliance and some security capabilities relevant to Teams are included only in E5 and require add-ons for use with other suites.

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Microsoft Teams is commonly used for audio and video meetings, and some Microsoft 365 and Office 365 Enterprise suites add capabilities that allow Teams users to host webinars and streaming video broadcasts called live events.
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Teams Phone services allow organizations to receive and place external calls on public switched telephone networks (PSTNs) from within Teams, and they can be used to replace or augment traditional private branch exchange (PBX) phone systems.
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Chart summarizes Teams end-user capabilities included with and available for Microsoft 365 Enterprise F1, F3, E3, and E5 suites.

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Although core capabilities are broadly similar, many additional user-facing capabilities of Microsoft Teams are dependent on the Microsoft 365 suite purchased, and are often delivered by integrated Office 365 services.

The Power BI app for Teams, generally available as of Nov. 2021, provides access to Power BI content and features to share reports through Teams, potentially requiring more user licensing.