Channel 3 is keen to play our part in helping the NHS combat the COVID-19 crisis. We think there’s a huge role for using technology to help address the challenge and want to use our experience to give something back.
As a first offer of help, Channel 3 is offering free
virtual support to help NHS organisations get started with Microsoft Teams.
We know from first-hand experience that Teams is a critical tool for
facilitating professional collaboration and managing a virtual workplace. Getting
started with Teams can be tricky, especially when staff are busy. That’s why
our first round of support will focus on the basics.
In a short virtual “basics” session, we can help you
understand how to:
Teams meetings and adapt them for large or small audiences in an NHS
chat to support messaging and conversations between clinicians and
professionals within and across organisations.
and manage folders so you can access business critical documents securely and
We can also:
hints and tips on how to host and manage effective virtual meetings.
you understand some of the basic technical requirements you’ll need bear in
mind to work with Teams effectively.
If you’d like help, we’re here to assist.
Call +44(0)20 3866 4838 or email email@example.com
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