CIO: Microsoft Teams being installed on Forest Service computers

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Microsoft Teams is being installed on Forest Service computers this month. Installations are occurring automatically over the network and it should be installed on all FS computers by the end of June 2019.
Microsoft Teams is a new all-in-one collaboration and communications platform in Office365 that provides chat, video meetings, file collaboration, application integration and more.

What you need to do
You do not need to do anything regarding the installation as it will be automatically installed over the network.

Once Microsoft Teams is installed on your computer, you can find it either in the start menu or you can type Microsoft Teams in the Windows 10 search function located in the lower left side of your screen.

To learn more about Microsoft Teams, you can watch this recorded webinar provided by the Chief Information Office Collaboration team.  

Help is available
For technical help call the Customer Help Desk at 1-866-945-1354 (TTY: 1-800-877-8339), start a chat with an agent, or type the full KBA number or “keywords” in double quotes into the Search box on the Customer Help Desk site to find helpful knowledge management documents.

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