Tag Archives: Teams

Building a Teams Bot, using Azure Cognitive services and ChatBot SDKv4, With no code!

Note: This version of the article has been updated for Azure Bot Service SDK v4 the older one can be found here for archival reasons. Six months ago I published the old version of this article after having to quickly fill in for another MVP at a user group session. Today I’m publishing it again… Read More »

The Craziest way ever to run multiple Teams clients on one PC

Look, I dont call myself the “UcMadScientist” because I do things the easy way. So okay, like me maybe you have the requirement to be logged into two Teams orgs at the same time and unfortunately Teams as it stands today, doesn’t allow you to be “Online” in multiple orgs at the same time, even… Read More »

Stop Comparing Teams to Slack

There, I said it. I said the S word. More specifically Teams versus Slack. And no, I don’t hate Slack. I think its great actually! It has it’s place as do most productivity tools do. Heck, I still use it for our DnD sessions! But that’s because I don’t need anything more complicated than a… Read More »

Telstra Calling for Office 365 Announced.

Update 9/04/2017: I’ve spoken to Telstra in depth regarding licencing and they have clarified some of their earlier messaging around E3/E5 requirements. Long story short, you must have as many PSTN calling eligible licences (E3/E5) from the Telstra Apps Marketplace as users you are enabling for “Telstra PSTN Calling for Office 365” You can have… Read More »