Microsoft will be rolling out updates for soon Teams users who use the Collaboration software in one virtual machine (VM).
After three New entries the company’s product roadmap will soon enable Microsoft Teams to users of Azure, Citrix and VMware virtual desktop Services for using give and take controls during Video conferencing.
Controls allow Teams users to recruit other attendees to help them present, make changes to a file, and take other actions. Meanwhile, Take Controls allows users to request this type of administrator rights.
Virtualization and Microsoft Teams
So many organizations migrate to one Hybrid work Model in which employees spend their time between home and office, video conferencing and virtual presentations will continue to play a major role in professional life.
It is also common for businesses to use virtual desktop infrastructures to be secure Home work. But previously, people running Microsoft Teams in a virtual machine didn’t have access to its full functionality, including give and take controls.
The effect of this upcoming round of updates will be to create greater consistency across all Microsoft Teams environments and to provide access to key presentation functions for those required for their IT teams to use virtual desktop services.
Support for Azure Window Desktop and Citrix services should arrive in March, support for VMware’s hypervisor should follow a month later.
TechRadar Pro Microsoft asked whether users of other popular virtualization services (Amazon WorkSpaces, Nutanix XI Frame etc.) can benefit from similar updates in the future.
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