Microsoft Teams has generated lots of questions since its preview became available in the fall of 2016. Since the service was made generally available in March 2017, Microsoft has started releasing more tools and information on how to plan, provision, and administer the new service in Office 365. One of those tools released this week is a bandwidth calculator. The bandwidth calculator allows IT architects and administrators to estimate the expected bandwidth generated by Microsoft Teams on the network for their organization.

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