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Office 365 Groups enable end-users to have access to a collection of resources that simplifies collaboration with their co-workers.

Users don’t have to worry about manually assigning permissions due to adding members to the group automatically giving them the needed permissions to the tools the group uses and provides. This includes, but is not limited to, Microsoft Teams, SharePoint Online and Outlook.

The advantage for IT departments is clear. By gathering identities into Groups, permissions management has become simplified. But how can organizations ensure that all of these Office 365 Groups are managed at scale and can avoid sprawl or security concerns?

Join AvePoint experts Hunter Willis and Funtrol Ready to learn how to:

  • Administer Group creation permissions
  • Set proper naming policies
  • Generate Group reports
  • And more!

Meet the Experts

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Hunter Willis

Product Marketing Manager, AvePoint, President, Richmond SharePoint User Group

Hunter has over a decade of IT experience, and has been with the Richmond SharePoint User Group for several years. He is a regular community contributor, and has published articles with Petri, Redmond Mag, and CMS Wire and other publications. Hunter continues to serve as a volunteer IT admin in Richmond, VA

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Funtrol Ready

Principal Solution Engineer, AvePoint

Funtrol is a solutions-oriented IT professional with over 20 years of experience directing a broad range of corporate IT solutions in public and private sector verticals including healthcare, financial services, and utilities. At AvePoint, Funtrol helps customers solve business challenges in today's modern workplace by leveraging AvePoint solutions. Since 2008, he has helped support enterprise customers in North America using SharePoint. Today, he extends that knowledge for customers adopting Microsoft 365 suite of cloud services.