Working at AvePoint, I have had a lot of conversations about backups and archives. AvePoint makes solutions for both but, often as not, these conversations have a detour that runs something like this: “Senior management doesn’t see a need for a records solution, because we’re backing up every day.” Or: “For now we’re not bothering … Continue reading “Archives =/= Backups”
Supervision has been part of Office 365 since 2017, but it recently underwent some improvements.
. . .Office 365 administrators should understand how it works, in order to establish the configurations and processes that support business requirements. . .
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”
. . .life without governance is like driving a car with no steering wheel and no brakes.
A Little About Groups vs Teams.
Lo and behold, all my music was there, and Groove could play it.
. . . time again with customers is that in order to implement labels well, at least three separate teams are involved, often defined as IT, Security, and Records.
I used examples from what we’ve done at work, where we’ve been using Microsoft Teams for about a year.