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I've worked at a small business for the last 10 years. We used to do all our IT provisioning services in house because originally you could count the number of employees on a mutilated hand. The nice thing about this was that we could get a new employee up and onboarded in a couple of hours.

In the last 6 months we've now moved to Microsoft stack for credentials and managed by a 3rd party provider because it's not worth our time. The problem is that 4 days in, our new employees still have no access to their email or the fileserver.

I've heard about the power of positive thinking so just wanted to celebrate how I've made it to big enterprise!

(Also Microsoft Teams is utterly horrific and IMO successful only because big enterprise organisations need to fulfil statutory compliance/accreditation requirements. It is the definition of economic rent seeking)

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    I love MS Teams tbh. I worked with many others before Skype, Lync (Skype for Business), Some IBM (can't remember the name) and many more. Teams is the only one I consider "working".

    The rest I can totally relate
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    I'll take teams over slack any day !

    But for the first part of your post, yep I agree, it's a pain.
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