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Microsoft Teams to accommodate up to 20,000 participants in a single meeting, Teams meetings to support up to 1,000 participants

Microsoft Teams is upgrading the virtual platform to accommodate larger groups for meetings and classes. As part of this new upgrade, meeting organisers who want to have more people watch a presentation or discussion will soon be able to bring together up to 20,000 participants at a go but for

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New Microsoft Teams feature ‘Together Mode’ reduces fatigue, makes meetings more engaging

To help make virtual meetings look natural as well as encourage more engagements, Microsoft announces 'Together Mode' in Teams. With Together Mode, Microsoft uses AI segmentation technology to digitally place meeting participants in a shared background. Making participants feel like they are in the same room. The feature tries to

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How can learners and facilitators ensure a safe digital learning environment?

Microsoft Education Lead for North, West, East & Southern Africa, Levant & Pakistan countries, Angela Nganga, shares on what learners and facilitators can do to ensure a safe digital learning environment as they learn. Education is the most powerful weapon which you can use to change the world, quoted South

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Covid-19: Free Microsoft tech to keep Kenya courts productive

Microsoft is giving Kenya courts six months free access to its Office 365 collaboration platform dubbed Teams as social distancing rules take root in the wake of Covid-19. Open court sessions are suspended to limit exposure to the virus. Kenya courts are therefore relying on technology to continue operations and

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Offline connectivity, low-bandwidth connection, real-time noise suppression in new Microsoft Teams update

Microsoft announces it will start allowing users without an internet connection and those with low bandwidth connectivity to read chat messages on Microsoft Teams platform. This is to make it easier for users to continue working no matter where they are. This part of a wider upgrade programme aimed at

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