Teams Real Simple with Pictures: Let’s deploy End to End Encryption (E2EE) for 1 to 1 VOIP Calls

Christmas has seemed to come around mega fast this year. It's three weeks today. Hopefully, you've already done your shopping by now and have a week or two off to enjoy the festivities. I had some time today to sit down and watch Elf with my son. This'll begin a marathon of Christmas movies which will include The Santa Clause, Miracle on 34th Street, Home Alone and my personal favorite It's a Wonderful Life. I'm also pretty sure we'll all see the time honored question-slash-poll go up on social - 'Is Die Hard a Christmas movie?' or gif's of John McClane - 'yippe ki yay mother...'. Of course, I hope it all goes well for you this year. One present which has arrived early for all us Microsoft Teams fans is End to End Encryption (E2EE). Announced at Ignite back in the spring, the public preview is finally here. However, before we suddenly break out the eggnog and get a bit rowdy on those calls we have to understand a few things right off the bat.