Microsoft has recently added to the Microsoft Syntex product family with a feature set called SharePoint Advanced Management. We’ll use the acronym SAM throughout this blog. This feature set is specifically targeted at SharePoint Online environments and its designed to give SharePoint Administrators capabilities to better govern SharePoint and OneDrive, and to enhance secure collaboration within Microsoft 365. Lets take a look at the powerful feature set.
Microsoft Teams Security, Compliance, Privacy: Favorite Feature from 2022
As a consultant, I focus on helping Clients fulfill their security and compliance requirements in Microsoft 365, so I wanted to share my favorite new in Microsoft Teams feature that was released in 2022: the ability for the Teams Export API to now Support Teams Message Reactions. Many organizations have compliance requirements to retain and archive communications between employees, and with Microsoft Teams now being the go-to place where employees communicate, the Teams Export API has become increasingly important for us to meet regulatory requirements. It allows us to seamlessly bring those communications into custom or third-party tools already in use by compliance teams to implement critical compliance controls.
Can I upload files directly from SharePoint to Teams?
As part of the M365 Voice podcast, we’ll often answer questions from listeners about the Microsoft 365 platform. We recently received a great question from a listen about “Can I upload files directly from SharePoint to Teams?”. We answered the question from several perspectives, and eventually ended up in a discussion about where data is actually stored in Microsoft Teams. We wanted to follow up that session with a blog to share a helpful table with everyone that itemizes the various types of data stored in Teams, share where that data is actually stored and categorize each data type by some of the compliance capabilities that are supported.
Introduction to Microsoft PowerApps, Microsoft Forms & Microsoft Forms Pro
As an enterprise architect, working primarily in the Microsoft Cloud, I often get asked questions about which form solution a Client should move forward with in their enterprise. It usually starts with one form that a business person has requested or suggested, or with one team that wishes to publish a few forms. The request …
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