Buckley Microsoft teams Collaborating with external partners is an inevitability for many organizations today. However with all the security issues that’ve occurred in recent years it’s understandable that some might not be especially welcoming when it comes to sharing data or letting others into their Microsoft Teams tenants. In this week’s episode of #O365 Hours I sat down with Microsoft 365 Apps & Services MVP Adam Ball to discuss the evolution of managing guests in Microsoft Teams why organizations.
Have been hesitant to implement Shared Channels and what the future of Microsoft Teams might be as a whole. Watch our discussion below or read the full transcript at your convenience! Guests: Adam Ball Co-founder and Principal Latest Mailing Database Solutions Architect at Cloud Revolution Topics Covered: Managing guests is a broad topic that covers the provisioning process ongoing governance and some specific features like the relatively new Shared Channels capability. Since Teams was launched managing guests.
Has always been a hot topic. How has this discussion evolved? When Microsoft announced Shared Channels there was a bit of pushback by experts like myself who were concerned about the . What are Shared Channels and are there legitimate governance concerns? Where do we go from here? There’s so much talk about multi-tenant multi-channel guest access sharing of content…Where should Microsoft go with Microsoft Teams? What are your hopes and dreams for the product.