Online Event: Microsoft Teams and Information Management - What You Need to Know

March 27, 2024
1 min read
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As the fastest growing business application in Microsoft’s history, more and more data is being generated in and through use of Microsoft Teams. As a result of its extensibility, there are a lot of places this data can be created and stored, from chats and posts to files saved in a Teams channel.

Without governance in place Teams sprawl can negatively impact the business’ experience with Teams. What does governance look like for Microsoft Teams? Should sprawl be a concern and if so, how do we limit it without limiting Teams adoption functionality?

How can you ensure you’re adequately capturing the information your organization needs to be compliant with internal and external policies?

Join information management experts Joy Apple and Jay Leask as they show you:

  • How Teams fits into the modern architecture model of Microsoft 365
  • How to leverage proper architecture in Teams to facilitate collaboration
  • The importance of an overall Office/Microsoft 365 information management strategy and how it will improve search and audit capabilities
  • Base-line Teams governance best practices
  • How to provision Microsoft Teams to automatically tag documents with appropriate metadata needed to meet records mandates
  • Integration between Teams and SharePoint Online to give you full management over documents within Teams. 

Here's the link. Enjoy the event!

Rene Vlieger

Rene Vlieger

As a Microsoft 365 consultant, Microsoft MVP and a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), I spend my days immersed in the world of cloud technology, assisting organizations on their transformative journey. My passion lies in enhancing productivity, fortifying governance, ensuring compliance, bolstering security measures, and fostering seamless adoption of new technologies.

In my role, I strive to be more than just a consultant; I aim to be a catalyst for organizational growth and evolution. By guiding businesses through logical steps, I help them ascend the maturity ladder, ensuring that every technological advancement is not just implemented but embraced wholeheartedly. But my commitment doesn't end there. I believe in the power of sharing knowledge, which is why I invest heavily in training sessions, workshops, and yes, even penning (or typing!) joint blogs. 

My Microsoft 365 knowledge includes Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, OneDrive, Loop, Viva, Purview, Defender, Entra, Outlook, Whiteboard, Copilot, and Forms.