Chief Product Officer, AvePoint
John PelusoChief Product Officer, AvePoint
John Peluso has 20 years of experience helping organizations understand how they can drive secure collaboration and business productivity through an effective use of technology, John has held both technical and business management roles – resulting in a deep understanding of the priorities and concerns of both sides of the organization. He has been a leader in helping to shape solutions that drive both productivity and governance in large, complex, and highly regulated organizations. John holds Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer and Microsoft Certified Trainer certifications.
Dux Raymond Sy
Microsoft Regional Director & MVP and AvePoint Chief Brand Officer
Dux Raymond SyMicrosoft Regional Director & MVP and AvePoint Chief Brand Officer
Dux is the CMO of AvePoint. With over 20 years of business and technology experience, he’s been a driving force behind digital transformations for commercial, educational and public sector organizations all over the world! A sought after public speaker who’s best friends with the camera—and exceptionally personable too—he’s also a published author of “SharePoint for Project Management.” As a Microsoft Regional Director (RD) and Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP), he’s a tireless advocate of diversity, inclusion & technology who’s written numerous whitepapers, articles, and delivered engaging interactive presentations at leading industry events worldwide. When he’s not globetrotting, or invigorating audiences, Dux lives in Washington, DC with his amazing wife and 2 kids. In his free time, he enjoys running along the Potomac River, sampling the most exotic foods ever (grilled scorpion, anyone?)
Solving guest user governance is one of the most important things to get right in M365.
Organizations need to be proactive to have insight into their users sharing and have control once data leaves the system.
However, guest user settings are complex and require having each of 5 puzzle pieces connected correctly across:
- Office 365 Security and Privacy settings
- Group settings
- SharePoint settings and
- Teams settings
SharePoint and OneDrive For Business even have their own, independent set ups!
Once you have solved the puzzle, you still need to create a process for managing the guest lifecycle within Microsoft 365. By default, users can now request guests to be added to the Microsoft 365 tenant.
Once they are in, they need to have the appropriate policies set, and even more importantly, a system for removing their access when it is no longer appropriate.