As Microsoft Teams continues to be rapidly adopted across the globe, the number of applications that integrate with Teams grows as well. So much that it’s often difficult for decision-makers and administrators to determine what apps are beneficial to their organization and necessitate inclusion. Fortunately, the Microsoft Teams admin center provides the data around each app you need to decide. This article helps you navigate the Teams admin center; explores the various app types available; and provides detail around permission policies, setup policies, and things like Resource-specific consent you’ll want to familiarize yourself with so you can effectively manage Teams apps for your organization.
Microsoft 365 has many built-in controls to manage how users communicate externally, however, these controls do not generally extend to internal communication. While this is fine in most environments, situations exist where a degree of separation is required to segregate communication across different groups of users. This article details the configuration of Address Book Policies, and how they can be extended to include Teams.
We’ve had a bumper year on Practical 365. To finish up 2021 here are eleven articles that you can’t miss as you break for the holiday season and get ready for 2022.
Lots happened in 2021. Looking back on events, Tony Redmond has figured out five themes that will influence Microsoft 365 tenants in 2022. You might disagree with the list Tony created (and let us know why). At least it’s a prompt to be proactive and think about how developments will affect your tenant operations in 2022.
Teams Connect is coming in early 2022 and there’s a lot of buzz about how this will help people work together seamlessly. For larger organizations who need to work together, but can’t migrate to a single tenant, could this new functionality enable their plans to migrate?