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Author : Rajendra Rawat

Director - Microsoft Services & Emerging Technologies

Raj heads the Microsoft Practice. He leads initiatives for capability building within our Microsoft Practice and, facilitates knowledge sharing between various internal functions. He is responsible for bringing innovation in Microsoft based solutions from Espire.




Managing multiple points of interactions across diverse messaging platforms is not only tedious but also becomes a point of confusion with potential loss of information. Taking cognizance of this, Microsoft Graph has launched APIs to programmatically import third-party platform messages into Microsoft Teams. Users can now import channel messages into a new team, specify the message sender, add timestamp and link to files

Microsoft Graph has emerged as a preferred choice for large enterprises for building scalable solutions across multiple platforms and APIs. With its wide access to data and insights, it allows developers to create customer-centric solutions and deliver impeccable experiences across multiple devices to millions of users

Today's challenging times have pushed for a monumental growth of digital transformation in education as schools and colleges needed to quickly adopt and transition to online learning and that too at a very short notice. This meant adoption of such collaborative platforms that would allow them to seamlessly shift to the new paradigm

We will now discuss how COVID-19 has acted as a catalyst for digital transformation to shatter the outmoded and traditional methods of teaching, learning and engaging for a more creative, vibrant, modern and innovative ways of learning and for combatting the present crisis as well as narrowing the digital divide for students.

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, most companies have put their WFH processes in place. However, the biggest challenge of working remotely stems from the lack of technology infrastructure, and lack of comfort with new ways of working. By March end 2020, 2.7 billion minutes per day were being spent on Microsoft Teams meetings globally! Surely, the COVID-19 crisis has pushed brands to a new era of 'offices at home'.

Today, thousands of top healthcare institutions have already adopted or are in the process of adopting Microsoft Teams. Teams not just enables secure collaboration, faster and noise-free communication but also ensures regulatory compliance, data privacy & security as well as API integrations - bringing everything under one roof and acting as a single integrated hub.

The importance of digital workplaces and their role in delivering consistent employee experience for higher business returns will continue to grow at a much faster rate as employees continue to work remotely in the COVID-19 era and increased likelihood of more mobile workforce in the post COVID-19 era

Higher educational institutions today are witnessing a gigantic digital shifts not just in terms of rapid evolution of technology and smarter devices but ever demanding tech-savvy students who are early adopters of every disruptive innovation in technology right from the rise of artificial intelligence, robotic process automation and IoT devices to machine learning

Today’s employees are what Peter Drucker forecasted in 1959 as the ‘knowledge workers’ and hence it’s high time enterprises create avenues, platforms and culture for these workers to perform to their utmost potential: not fearing of losing their jobs to artificial intelligence- the very intelligence they are originators of!

With access to corporate tools that have overlapping functionalities, employees face a situation of the paradox of choice leading to inefficiency, unproductivity and delay. Employees get overwhelmed with abundance of tools that adds to the confusion of selection of apt tools for getting a task done

The notion of a digital workplace has become a reality with the advancement of technology and further developments continue to have an effect as the workplace evolves. A digital workplace creates an environment that coordinates people, process and technology more closely than ever before.

In a nutshell, IoT is a network of physical objects such as vehicles, machines, home appliances, etc., that use sensors to change data over the Internet

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