Microsoft, however, managed to pull together several of its customers from around the world to talk about how wonderful Teams truly is.
Here's a member of London's Metropolitan Police to say how its COVID-19 technology response is being run via Teams.
Next, someone from the University of Bologna explaining how Teams helps her team innovate.
A representative of French cosmetics company L'Oreal appears in what looks like a less-than-fragrant old storeroom. She insists that with Teams the company can continue to do business and decide on actions that need to be taken.
Finally, someone from St. Luke's University Hospital Network in Pennsylvania reveals how Teams makes possible thousands of patient visits.
You might think this is all a perfectly sober, effective endorsement for Teams.
There's a little more, though, isn't there? What do all these professions desperately need? Security. And that's the area in which Zoom has been so tainted. The implication is clear: Listen to those from education, business, law enforcement, and health. Or listen to someone who sent you a link to a virtual dinner party.
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Microsoft has already presented very detailed reasons why it believes Teams is more secure than Zoom, even as Zoom has begun to correct its failings.