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    After 30+ years supporting Microsoft environments, our forced migration is being aided not by superior product line (like Zoom), but rather by Microsoft's inability to recognize the importance of their own MS-Teams as THE product line of the future. Please re-prioritize simple tasks in support efforts for MS Teams!

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    I cannot urge Microsoft enough to prioritize this/these issues for their educational sector: Without Microsoft's concern at the highest levels, tech-support in the trenches will continue to loose ground to "free" Google services. Our existing K-12 model for exchange rules & tools has never (yet) been adopted into product lines for Skype, Lync, and now Teams communications. But these tools are foundational requirements that must become engineered (from the ground-up) to address ideas like K-5 (students can only communicate with their teacher), 6-8 (students can only communicate with their teacher, and collaborate with classmates 7am-3pm), 9-12 (students can communicate with the world). Only when Microsoft engages this concept of "minors being taught to use MS products", will K-12 be able to educate future workforce members for 13 years in proper use of Microsoft products. From the tax-payers' perspective, Google is 'free', but A5 costs. We NEED Microsoft's help.

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