Microsoft Teams Wireless Headsets

If your company has migrated to VoIP communications and implemented Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business or Microsoft Lync, you will need headsets specifically made to integrate with your Microsoft product to get the most out of your investment. Using Microsoft Teams headsets will give you the ability to communicate with coworkers much more efficiently. You will be able to see if your coworkers are available (known as presence) for emails, instant messages, and conversations using your Microsoft Teams, Skype, or Lync headsets.

Microsoft Teams Headsets support easy collaboration and communication with a dedicated Teams button on many newer models for instant access to the Teams App.

For an in-depth look at headsets for Microsoft Teams, visit: Understanding the Best Headsets for Microsoft Teams

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What makes Microsoft Teams, Skype for Business, and Microsoft Lync headsets different? Poly (formerly Plantronics) produces both standard models and -M models specifically for use with Microsoft Teams. The -M version adds call control into headsets, allowing you to simply press a button on the headset to answer calls and work seamlessly with your Teams console. It will also automatically configure as your audio source when the headsets is plugged in. When a standard headset is used with Teams, it will work and perform the same way, except you will need to manually configure and use your mouse and click on your software to accept calls. Simply put, the -M headsets provide users an easier way to collaborate with team members.