Microsoft 365 Spring Cleaning: Disposing of inactive Teams at scale
Let’s talk Teams lifecycle management
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Duration: 1 Hour
Technical Solutions Professional, AvePoint
Yatindra RanpuraTechnical Solutions Professional, AvePoint
Yatindra has been working in various technical roles over the past 12 years assisting organisations to make the most of their SharePoint infrastructures and build digital landscapes that align to their needs. This involves working from different perspectives and strands that form a part of the larger adoption and governance conversation.
Working as a Technical Solutions Professional, I am able to build solutions that bridge teams and people together using SharePoint, Teams and other Office 365 workloads. I have been fortunate enough to present in the SharePoint Community and at Microsoft conferences and love to hear customer success stories.
Solution Engineer, AvePoint
Angela ChamberlainSolution Engineer, AvePoint
Angela is an experienced Business Consultant, with specialist skills in business process modelling and analysis. Excellent customer facing skills enable her to effortlessly adapt to the specific needs of an organisation. She is customer focused and brings a results oriented approach to her work. Angela combines core consulting and analytical skills with a keen eye for detail.
How many of your organisation's Microsoft Teams are still relevant?
Few people in your organisation are proactively reaching out to IT to let them know a project has been completed and the associated Microsoft Team can be decommissioned, so chances are your collaboration environment is littered with Teams no longer in use.
This makes it difficult for user to navigate, also difficult for IT to keep a clean environment for users and even more difficult for the Infosec teams to ensure content stays secure and relevant.
A Microsoft Team has data and a number of shared artifacts (Exchange mailboxes, OneNote Mailboxes, Planner boards, etc.) that need to be either deleted, archived, declared as a record or moved according to company policy and relevant industry or country data regulations. For many organisations, this process can both burden IT and pose a security/compliance risk.
Our experts will show you how to clean up your Microsoft Teams at scale using both native Microsoft 365 functionality and third-party solutions.