Best Practices For Group and Microsoft Teams Policies in Cloud Governance
See common policies for different types of workspaces and use cases
September 28th @ 11 AM ET/ 8 AM PT/ 4 PM BST/ 5 PM CEST
Duration: 30 Minutes
Tailored To Fit Every Teams' Needs
Organizations can set policies for the provisioning, management and end-of-life of different workspaces in Microsoft 365, including Groups and Microsoft Teams.
Even better, these policies can be enforced automatically making the collaboration environment more secure and saving administrators’ time.
In this 30 minute virtual lab, our experts will walk you through the basics of Group and Team policy creation from inactivity thresholds and lease management to recertification and quota thresholds.
We will then walk-through different policy configurations AvePoint customers have developed for common types of Microsoft Teams including Teams that are:
- Sensitive Internal
- Non-sensitive Internal
- Sensitive External
- Non-sensitive External
Training and Development Manager, AvePoint
Ron DelaneyTraining and Development Manager, AvePoint
Ron has been a training and development manager at AvePoint for more than 8 years. He believes everyone's time is important. Because of that, the goal of every training session is for attendees to both enjoy the session and leave having learned something valuable.
Vice President, Solution Engineering, AvePoint
Tom GawczynskiVice President, Solution Engineering, AvePoint
As the Vice President of Solution Engineering, Tom Gawczynski enables AvePoint's global customers with software solutions and services to ensure success within their Office 365 and SharePoint deployments. Prior to joining AvePoint in 2015, Tom had been working in IT since 2005 and prior to joining AvePoint was an IT Director for a K-12 school district in Illinois that served 1,100 faculty and staff and 5,600 students. Tom's focus is currently centered on successfully turning on the lights in Office 365 without encountering friction around security and governance needs.