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 to files saved in a Teams channel.

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

Join AvePoint’s information management experts Jay Leask and Timothy Boettcher as they show you:

  • 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 it can help and some limitations of which you need to be aware.
  • How Teams and SharePoint Online are integrated to give you full management over documents created through use of Teams.
  • How to provision Microsoft Teams to automatically tag documents with appropriate metadata needed to meet records mandates.

Unsere Experten

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Jay Leask

Solutions Architect, AvePoint

A seasoned consultant with a focus on digital collaboration and stakeholder engagement, Jay uses 20 years of IT experience to engage customers in designing solutions to increase the value and decrease risk of their Microsoft investments. Jay Leask is a Solutions Architect for AvePoint Public Sector and co-host of the "Speed of Technology Podcast, On the SPOT."

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Timothy Boettcher

Senior Vice President, Client Services, AvePoint

Tim is passionate about helping organizations drive value, productivity, and compliance with collaborative software such as SharePoint, Teams, and Office 365, and get excited when sharing this passion with others. He specializes in taking “fuzzy” qualitative concepts about Knowledge Management, Information Architecture, Governance, and Digital Transformation, and helping customers see the bigger picture of knowledge value with practical, easy-to-digest recommendations and solutions.