Category: Microsoft 365 Governance

Join TeamsFest and learn more about securing your information in Microsoft Teams

 

One thing is for sure. There is not just one golden solution for securing the information you have in Microsoft Teams. If you want to be as secure as possible, you need to have a holistic perspective and secure various parts of your collaboration platform.

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Photo by sebastiaan stam on Unsplash

It’s about the devices you use, it’s about the rules you have, it’s about the use of the various tools that your platform offers. Not least, it is about the attitude and knowledge of your employees.

Want to know more about the opportunities you have to secure your information in Microsoft Teams? I have the great honor and pleasure of being a speaker at TeamsFest for the third time now. TeamsFest is organized by The European Teams User Group and it is a great online event (just view the schedule here) that is also free so there is no reason to miss it.

Sign up for TeamsFest here and come and view/listen to my session “Here’s how to secure the information in Microsoft Teams“.

Here You can follow the European Teams User Group on Twitter to stay informed on future events and activities.

Sensitivity labels with protection in SharePoint, OneDrive and Microsoft Teams

“Take care of yourself and use protection!”

(If you didn’t hear it from your parents, you hear it from me now.)

Sensitivity labels with protection is now in “General availability” in SharePoint, OneDrive and Microsoft Teams.

Read the details here: Announcing general availability of sensitivity labels with protection in SharePoint and OneDrive

 

 

How do you keep track of when an Office 365 group is deleted?

I myself have relied on “Activity Alerts” in the Security & Compliance Center and it has worked well. As soon as someone deletes, for example, a Team or a Planner, a notification is sent to a team channel in my Governance Center and then I know that it might be something I should look into. Continue reading “How do you keep track of when an Office 365 group is deleted?”

How to improve your Governance solution by automating the monitoring of Microsoft 365 Roadmap

Many of you may have read some of my posts on “How to use Microsoft Teams to simplify O365 Governance” and the simple concept I have developed to make everyday life easier for those who have some form of service responsibilities in governance for Office 365.

Nothing is complete (all concepts have improvement potential) and when I read the post “Posting Microsoft 365 Roadmap Items to Teams” by Tony Redmond, I immediately saw how the governance concept I developed can be easily improved by automating the monitoring of Microsoft 365 Roadmap (and others important sources of information). Continue reading “How to improve your Governance solution by automating the monitoring of Microsoft 365 Roadmap”

How to use Microsoft Teams to simplify O365 Governance

Did you miss my “How to use Microsoft Teams to simplify O365 Governance” session at the Oktoberfest virtual summit, a.k.a. “TeamsFest”, hosted by European Teams User Group? Below you can see and download what you may have missed and that interests you.

(If you do not know how to use the governance plans, you can watch the session for clarity.)

Do you use Private chats instead of Channel Conversations? Think about it and do it right.

Private chats in Microsoft Teams is super easy and intuitive to use but are you sure you are using it for the right purpose? When you start a Private Chat and share files in this chat, the files are saved on your OneDrive for Business folder and they are only available to the participants in the chat conversation. Are you sure it is so smart to save these files to your OneDrive? Continue reading “Do you use Private chats instead of Channel Conversations? Think about it and do it right.”

Helpful tips and useful sources of information about Office 365 Governance

Are you in the situation that you feel you do not have sufficient control of Office 365 and its applications? Does it feel a bit overwhelming and you don’t know where to start looking for how to take control and, not least, what to take control of? It may be time to take the first steps when it comes to Office 365 Governance? Continue reading “Helpful tips and useful sources of information about Office 365 Governance”

Some basic steps to protect your organization’s devices, users and information

An important part of Governance is to have good documentation that shows how you protect your devices, users and information. But before you can document this in your governance plans, you must of course have made some assessments and implemented necessary measures. Continue reading “Some basic steps to protect your organization’s devices, users and information”

Guide to configure a basic Governance Team for Office 365

If you are looking for a solution / tool to get you started with Governance in the shortest possible time (and which still gives you great value) I have, in this post, in the Microsoft Tech Community forum for Microsoft Teams, made a step-by-step description on how to configure a Microsoft Team to solve this.