Event Date: August 13, 2019
Hosted By: AvePoint & Carahsoft
With Office 365 being the fastest growing business application in Microsoft’s history, more and more data is being generated in and through the use of Microsoft Teams. As a result of its extensibility, there are a lot of places this data can be created and stored. This includes everything from chats to files saved in a Teams channel.
How can you ensure you’re adequately capturing the information your agency needs to be compliant with internal and external policies?
In this webinar, AvePoint’s information management experts, Jay Leask and Timothy Boettcher, explained:
How to develop an overall Office 365 information management strategy, including better search and audit support capabilities.
Microsoft’s newest functionality around retaining Teams Chats
How this new functionality can help Team Chats and its minor limitations.
How Teams and SharePoint Online are integrated to give you full management over documents created through the use of Teams.
How to provision Microsoft Teams to automatically tag documents with appropriate metadata needed to meet records mandates.
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