What Causes Microsoft Teams Issues?
The majority of Microsoft Teams problems are caused by network performance issues. Connectivity issues can affect the quality of conversations and streaming video. When networks include WiFi, the internet, SD WAN, VPN, cloud, and hybrid networks, figuring out the source can be difficult.
Our Microsoft Teams monitoring dashboards highlight current network-related performance issues to help you determine who is affected by Teams issues. See which locations and countries are having problems with Microsoft Teams calls and meetings, both locally and internationally. Use these Microsoft Teams performance dashboards to identify which regions are experiencing Teams issues today, as well as whether network routing, latency, or loss are affecting user experience.
How to Fix Teams Issues Caused by Network Connectivity
Network performance affects how well Microsoft Teams performs. Use these Microsoft Teams performance dashboards to identify which regions are experiencing Teams issues. Kadiska’s digital experience monitoring platform can diagnose the performance of Microsoft Teams cloud servers, third-party plugins, and users’ internet and browser performance. High variation in latency can indicate a change of path based on BGP routing policies or network segment performance. Microsoft Teams typically performs best in North America, where several media servers are located.
Understanding which providers’ performance is inconsistent or degraded can assist enterprises in optimizing network connectivity to Microsoft Teams servers. Microsoft suggests using the shortest route available to reach their core network. A path length of more than several hops is frequently associated with increased latency and Microsoft Teams issues. Real-time synthetic network path performance monitoring has the ability to identify changes in the path and provide the information necessary to optimize routes.