Creators can now build custom Together Mode scenes using our newly built Scene Studio – a web application in the new Microsoft Teams Developer Center – to bring new and exciting Together mode scenes to users. Creators can use these custom scenes for their own meetings, use a link to share with other users, or publish them more broadly to the organization or public Microsoft Teams store. Sharing a scene through a link allows creators to share their custom scenes with other users without having to publish to the app store. Custom scenes are packaged as Microsoft Teams apps. Your organization’s app policies will therefore also apply to custom scene apps in the app store. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 81123.
Build your own scenes that elevate your meeting experience. We believe that by making Together Mode extensible, creators can create immersive scenes and users can go beyond simple video conferencing. Started building your scenes by going to the Developer Portal for Microsoft Teams.
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Currently, your end users can replace the background in a video meeting or call with an image, if you have enabled this feature for Teams desktop apps and Teams on the web. We are introducing, via a preview feature, the ability for you to provide backgrounds that end users have access to across the organization. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 80193.
Organization-wide backgrounds will now be available in preview. This feature will require an Advanced Communications license when it becomes generally available.
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According to a Ponemon Institute study, about 76% of enterprises lack a clearly defined IT risk management strategy. As shocking as this might seem, it’s not all that surprising.
We’ve put together this article to help you master the art of the enterprise IT risk assessment. It comes from years of experience running internal audits and risk management programs at enterprise businesses just like yours.
The process shouldn’t be so complicated. But it is. And the stakes are high. After all, one oversight and you could miss a risk that impacts your business. Nobody wants that. Which is why we’re here to help.
Read this article and learn how to:
- Get executive buy-in by tying your risk assessment to real business objectives
- Save time by focusing on risks that could actually impact your business
- Conduct a top-down assessment, with a step-by-step guide written by experts who have over 100 combined years of experience in risk management
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The latest Exam AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification actual real practice exam question and answer (Q&A) dumps are available free, which are helpful for you to pass the AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator exam and earn AZ-104 Microsoft Azure Administrator certification.
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This, Microsoft Stream, new release will allow the end user to view the transcript for a Microsoft Teams meeting recording in the transcript pane next to the video player. This message is associated with Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID 82057.
For Teams meeting recordings saved to OneDrive & SharePoint that were recorded with Teams Live Transcript, you’ll now be able to view the transcript from that meeting directly in the transcript pane next to the video player.
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