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How do I setup my local dev environment?

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Can someone give me an overview of the building blocks and tools involved to build and run on my non-Windows OS?

Crystal Najera Shaun Beck

On MacOS you need to run a shell script called from your CLI. When running under Windows LocalSetup needs PowerShell to show the menu system and we can assume it’s there on pretty much all recent builds. However, it isn’t installed by default on MacOS and Linux so we need to make sure that we have PowerShell Core installed and executable prior to running

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Engineers should help solve the hardest questions, the unknowns, where being familiar with how the product was built is essential. But we don’t want to keep answering solved problems over and over again. That’s where Stack Overflow for Teams really helps.
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Stack Overflow for Teams is a private and secure space for company-wide knowledge sharing and collaboration.

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As we started to use [Stack Overflow for Teams] and saw how nice it was to have a repository of information, we started to see it spread to other teams. Our customer support team started using it, our people success team started using it, next thing we knew, we had [Slack] integrations all over the place.
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Which integrations are currently available for Stack Overflow for Teams?

We offer out of the box integrations for Slack and Microsoft Teams.

How do I know my information is secure?

Thousands of customers trust us to keep their proprietary data safe. We have a team of experts and robust security measures in place to ensure the highest level of protection.

Information Security - Our robust information security program is built on the reputable ISO 27001 framework.

Architecture - Your data is logically isolated into its own SQL schema and stored in separate databases, accessible only by requests from your team.

Encryption - All customer data is encrypted when in transit over public networks and within our network between the private Teams network zone and the rest of our infrastructure.

Security Certifications - We operate according to Support Privacy Shield and GDPR.

How does pricing work?

Stack Overflow for Teams is a SaaS (software-as-a-service) product. It’s priced on a per seat basis and can be a monthly or annual payment structure.

How do I get employees to adopt Stack Overflow for Teams?

We have documents and resources to help you roll this out to your team. It starts with you identifying and coordinating with a group of early users - we like to call these the “founding members” of your team. They’re going to help you populate content, set community guidelines and encourage usage both short and long-term.

How long does full adoption take?

You can start to see the benefits within 60-90 days. You’ll be working with your founding members to add content, educating your internal teams and stakeholders about the benefits they’ll see, and start bringing people onto the platform. It doesn’t take long for people to see the benefit for themselves - especially if they are someone who gets a lot of the same questions over and over again. They can answer that question once, then point everyone to the Teams link in the future.