Ahead of its second anniversary, Microsoft has revealed that Microsoft Teams is now used by 500,000 organizations worldwide including 91 companies from the Fortune 100.
The software giant's unified communications platform is also getting an update with eight new features including Microsoft Whiteboard, Data Loss Prevention in chats and conversations, live events, live captions, information barriers, customized backgrounds, Intelligent Capture and secure private channels.
Microsoft Whiteboard, Data Loss Prevention and Live Events in Microsoft 365 are available today with live captions and information barriers coming soon and the rest of these new features will be available later this year.
Microsoft also revealed that its own internal teams have migrated from Skype for Business to Microsoft Teams.
The company is now using Teams for all chat, calling and meetings after 180,000 employees and vendors made the switch to its fastest-growing business app ever.
Currently Microsoft Teams is available in 44 languages across 181 markets but at some point in the near future, Microsoft plans to add support for Hindi, Filipino, Telugu, Tamil, Marathi, Gujarati, Kannada and Malayalam.