“We’ve reached an inflection point,” writes Jared Spataro, Corporate Vice President for Microsoft 365, in his blog about the future of work and learning. We’re in the flux of transitioning from remote everything to a “hybrid model of work, learning, and life.” How have we managed — and more importantly, how will we manage — to develop engaging and meaningful virtual interactions as we move forward in this ever-changing world? Microsoft has been researching and learning from its customers — and adjusting its tools accordingly. Spataro highlights some of the new features in Microsoft Teams that should improve virtual interactions based on current research. He provides links directly to the research and findings, which are interesting on their own. Be sure to read this blog to help realize a comprehensive understanding of the future of work and education as shaped by current global events and the role of technology.

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Daniel Cohen-Dumani

Daniel Cohen-Dumani

Technologist, Geek, Father and Husband. Passionate about helping companies and individuals get more effective, productive. AI enthusiast