. . .a single client app you can train people to use, regardless of their operating system.
Thursday. As the week wore into progressively deeper-dive sessions, I watched some livestreams on new features in Teams, as well recaps of the new Compliance Center and Compliance Score. In my current role, we’re all very excited about the Service Trust Portal, and you can expect some more posts about that. Microsoft continues to push … Continue reading “Microsoft Ignite 2019 – Day 4”
And seriously, the new capabilities of security and compliance are amazing.
Office 365’s eDiscovery options may appear simplistic at first, but they are in fact quite powerful.
For most of the past two years, my Office 365 conversations with clients have focused in whole or in part on understanding Microsoft Teams. Teams is Microsoft’s latest collaboration service, and is in fact built on older collaboration services in Office 365. What makes Teams such a challenge to explain and understand is that your … Continue reading “Understanding Microsoft Teams”
Microsoft is allowing administrators to create a policy that automatically closes out Groups . . .
Supervision has been part of Office 365 since 2017, but it recently underwent some improvements.
I’ve written before about how an Office 365 Group or Team always includes a site collection, one that relies on the underlying Group membership for security boundaries. But, what does that look like under the hood? Here are some screenshots with commentary, from a quick dive I took with one of my co-workers. First, let’s … Continue reading “Membership in Teams/Groups Site Collections”
A Little About Groups vs Teams.
I used examples from what we’ve done at work, where we’ve been using Microsoft Teams for about a year.