Microsoft is offering a free six-month trial globally for a premium tier of Microsoft Teams, Business Insider first reported on Tuesday. The tier was originally designed to enable hospitals, schools, and businesses in China to get up and running quickly on Microsoft Teams, and that tier is now available globally. However, when you try to sign up for it, you’ll be prompted to work with a Microsoft partner or a member of Microsoft’s sales team to get it set up. On March 10th, Microsoft says it will also roll out an update to the free version of Teams that will lift restrictions on how many users can be part of a team and allow users to schedule video calls and conferences.
As a performance management tool, Mirro boosts organizational culture, aiming to futureproof individual and team performance in workplaces. It aims to provide a complete hire-to-retire employee experience, also solving day-to-day administrative tasks in user-friendly manner: performance updates from your team, kudos, give and request feedback, performance check-ins, OKR updates, job promotions and work anniversaries.
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