Recent and planned updates to Teams could make Teams webinars “good enough” for many customers, but they lack customization and advanced features required for some customers.
Teams Connect shared channels, which enable the creation of team channels that can be shared with users from different Microsoft 365 tenancies, are rolling out to general availability.
Teams media optimization for macOS clients accessing virtual desktops hosted in Azure Virtual Desktop and Windows 365 is generally available.
The co-organizer role for Teams meetings, which grants most of the capabilities of a meeting organizer, is generally available and rolling out to Office 365 tenancies.
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.
Administrators must ensure that they retain relevant data while freeing licenses for reuse when removing a Microsoft 365 user.
Chart summarizes Teams-related compliance, management, and security capabilities included with and available for Microsoft 365 Enterprise F1, F3, E3, and E5 plans.
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.