In this episode, we are excited to have Matt Soseman, Senior Security Architect at Microsoft , to discuss Security within Microsoft 365. Lots of great information from Matt regarding best practices, how to approach securing your tenant, and how you need to think your security settings. We talked about MCAS, MIP labels, DLP policies and many other goodies around security guidelines.
In this episode we are answering a question whether organizations user a default label when using Microsoft Information Protection. We dive into the details of MIP, what are the most commonly deployed labels, how to configure them and more information on how you can secure your data with MIP.
In this episode, we do a year in review of 2020 and what were our personal favorite moments of 2020. We talk about various technical and no-technical events, features, community contributions and the lifestyle changed by Covid-19. We reviewed many new features, and we shared our perspectives on each one of them. This is the last episode of 2020 and we will resume in early 2021 with the hope of a better year ahead. Happy New Year!
Episode # 31 – The best way to keep up with M365 changes and updates so you stay ahead of your users
Microsoft 365 Admins have the challenge to keep up with all the updates rolled out with the platform and will need a way to stay ahead of the users when it comes to changes. In this episode, we suggest multiple ways for the M365 Admins to make sure they are not overwhelmed with the constant changes, how to delegate and where to keep up with the evolving cloud.
Changes in Microsoft 365 are constant, and organizations always need to stay on top of the changes and how to address them. In this episode, we address how M365 admins can manage all the changes to make sure any updates are handled appropriately within the tenant. We review many different options to stay connected to all the changes and what are the best strategies to deal with this evolving cloud world.
In this episode, we dive into security in Microsoft 365. Like nay other platform, hackers may attempt to get into your tenant to phish for information and cause disturbance in your daily work life. We review options on what to do when you have a data breach in M365 and what actions you should take to correct the breach. We also discuss measures that you can take to minimize the data breach and secure your tenant from future attacks.
A common question and scenario we always face in our daily lives is how we refer to services in Microsoft 365. Few of the users are confused by the terms that are not familiar with and do not call the instance related to a service in its proper term. For example, we hear Team’s Teams or Planner’s Plan to refer to a Team or a Plan, where many users feel they are being repetitive. This episode shows our experience in the platform and how we converse with each other on a daily basis with the proper Microsoft 365 terms.
In this episode, we discuss our most used Microsoft 365 mobile apps and which ones we use the most. We do another round table where we share our personal experience and the mobile apps and how we use them on daily basis.
The question in this episode was “When to self-service or not”. We address this governance question on how to control the creation of Office 365 groups, SharePoint , Teams, Planner and Yammer Communities. It is a question that every organization faces to balance between proper governance and opening self-service creation to the end users. We provide multiple options on this topic and we share with you our best pick to manage the sprawl in your tenant.
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M365 Voice is a weekly podcast dedicated to share information with the community about the Microsoft 365 platform that includes Office 365, Windows 10 and EMS. Our podcasts will be 20 minutes each and will cover new features, updates, best practices and other ideas about the platform. We will also host guests from the community and from different Microsoft Product Group members.
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