Linux in a Microsoft World Microsoft Teams

Jul 18, 2019 - 2 minutes
Part five of our continuing journey to be able to use open source tools we want in companies that use Microsoft tool chains. This is going to be a brief update I will update I will expand on in more detail in the future. That said today we take aim on using an unofficial Microsoft Teams client on Pop!_OS. So let’s just dive right in! Let’s begin with navigating to the client’s github page here.

Linux in a Microsoft World (Messaging Part 2)

Sep 19, 2018 - 4 minutes
Part four of our journey to an open source workflow in a Microsoft embracing company. The curtain draws open to reveal a most critical piece of the puzzle, how to screen share with other colleagues using Skype for Business. Very few people seem to have stumbled upon the fact that this can be achieved and for no cost to you the awesome open source software wielder. If you haven’t checked out the previous article part three now would be a really good time to do that before moving forward.

Linux in a Microsoft World (Messaging)

Jul 18, 2018 - 4 minutes
Welcome to part three of our journey to an open source workflow in a Microsoft loving company. In the first installment we looked at the evolution mail client and how to configure it to talk properly with your Office 365 account and pull in your mail, contacts, and calendars. In part two we walked through setting up the basics of syncing local files to OneDrive using rclone. Here in part three we are going to tackle replacing Skype for Business with Pidgin.