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An error occurred while saving the commentLance Aughey commented
I'll add my 2.5 cents...
Teams is overkill for the small companies that have teams of 1 or 2. I'll say it again...OVER. KILL. The notion that in Teams, employees can now create teams, channels, install add-on apps, etc., makes my blood boil -- as if anyone with half a brain would consider letting employees "manage" all of the useless fluff (when I say useless, I mean specifically for the small companies) before deploying this over-hyped bloatware. All this marketing language about Skype being limited and lacking functionality being the reason why it's soon-to-be retired...what a crock o' ****. I have no idea with whom they collected feedback from, but I can assure everyone reading this comment (with the same level of concern) that Microsoft didn't talk with us small companies. And then, after all of this (marketing garbage), we still have Planner and StaffHub and Kaizala and Teams and Skype and...umm, what's next? In closing, it seems like yesterday we were finally able to get everyone off Skype (consumer) and into Skype for Business...due to the lack of management/control of accounts...and now this...what a joke. BTW, it looks like we will be going back the way we came...to Skype (consumer) because, get this, it apparently now provides a means in which companies can manage accounts associated with their businesses (or so I've heard). In the end, crazy small companies (less than 50) don't need yet another place to dump/share files (remember file servers...and SharePoint...and Dropbox...and Drive?), plan/conduct/carry out meetings, download and install apps, etc. What an absolutely ridiculous pile of malarkey.