December 29th brought us another TweetJam. This month's topic brought together dozens of community champions to answer seven questions on Microsoft's business, Microsoft's technology, and the Microsoft Community.
First of all, I can't believe I haven't blogged since February. I'm sorry. I mean, hopefully it only effects me, but I have so much I want to document and I keep not having time. New role, new team, new skills. Too hard to keep on top. Thanks to Christian for the excuse to easily pull together a blog based on these amazing #TweetJams
Catching up a little, below is not only the February content but a little spillover from January ... but we'll still say it's the Feb role call. It's actually been…
This past week I spoke at the SharePoint User Group DC (virtually) about collaboration and security in M365. There's a lot of question about how do we enable collaboration in highly regulated industries, from Federal, State, and Local governments, to systems integrators and the Defense Industrial Base. In these spaces, we see a lot of concern over data access for foreign citizens, contractors, US & European citizens data, and general concern over highly sensitive information. I have spent a lot of time evaluating native capabilties for M365 with customers, which specialize in openness and sharing, and where 3rd party tools or HEAVY configuration and custom apps (such as Power Platform) are needed. Especially when it comes to external users and Guest Access. In this presentation, I use the AvePoint Cloud Governance platform as an example of the types of things you should do to ensure your data is secure.
In this article, Jay discusses the capabilities and limitations of sharing content with external users within Microsoft Teams: External Access, Guest Access, and External Sharing (for SharePoint only).
Within this article, Jay details how Microsoft Team provides the technology to successfully enable employees to work from home during these unprecedented times.
In this article Jay uses AvePoint's Cloud Governance tool and the MyHub app as an example of how one can balance control and compliance against enabling tech intensity.
In this article, Jay details the following 5 tips you can do for your roll-out to ensure your users are able to get the most out of Microsoft Teams: 1. Map and Understand Your Information 2. Implement a Classification Schema 3. Assign Actions to Terms and Deploy Across Office 365 4. Streamline the User Experience 5. Maintain Compliance and Integrity
Jay is a Solutions Architect with AvePoint Public Sector (APS). In his role, he has to operate as a strategic lead across all pre-sale’s opportunities. He leverages Microsoft Teams daily to coordinate with the entire Public Sector organization. If anyone knows how to keep a conversation thread going, it’s this guy! For part five of this series, let’s see how Jay has assisted APS in the continuous adoption of Microsoft Teams.