Category: Office 365 Governance

How to view messages from Microsoft 365 Message Center in a Channel in Microsoft Teams

There are many sources of information and many variants on how best to “Stay on top of Office 365 Changes“. In previous articles on Office 365 Governance, I have described how you can use Microsoft Teams to make this update monitoring easier by gathering all information sources in one place.

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Do not miss the Oktoberfest: Teams Virtual Summit 16/10/2019

One of this year’s highlights

Join us on Wednesday 16th October! Oktoberfest is a free virtual summit dedicated to Microsoft Teams and organised by the European Teams User Group. There will be lots of interesting sessions and many good speakers from the Microsoft Tech Community. Continue reading “Do not miss the Oktoberfest: Teams Virtual Summit 16/10/2019”

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.

 

What areas should be addressed in Office 365 Governance Plans?

I have previously written some articles on how to manage governance in Office 365. Many people have read these articles and contacted me to get to know more about the subject. I have previously described how to use Microsoft Teams as a tool for Office 365 Governance, but I have not previously mentioned so much about the governance plans that are more or less the heart of the concept. Continue reading “What areas should be addressed in Office 365 Governance Plans?”

Who should be able to create new teams and how to handle it?

The answer is (as so often) here too “It depends”

Here are some examples of solutions you can choose based on your needs. (Of course, there are many other solutions “out there” but the tools are usually the same.)

Self-Service

If all users are able to establish new teams then you must get a provisioning solution in place before the roll-out, otherwise I can guarantee that you will get a chaos and lose control in very short time.

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How “What’s New for me” can become “What’s new for Us”.

How do i stay updated?

In Office 365 there are a lot of news and updates all the time and it is hard to stay on top of all the stuff you need to be aware of in order to be able to plan for upcoming changes. I do my very best to stay updated on what’s new within the workloads/services that are most relevant to me and my customers. My primary sources are The fabulous “Microsoft Community”, Microsoft 365 Roadmap, Office 365 Message Center, Twitter and LinkedIn.

For me it is important to share news, updates, findings, opportunities, obstacles and general knowledge about Office 365 and most of its services. I share it with Customers, Colleagues and the Community. For me this is the best way to learn and it is also of a great value for me that my customers are informed and updated so that we have a common understanding and thus can have a dialogue on how to manage and implement everything new. Continue reading “How “What’s New for me” can become “What’s new for Us”.”