News, views, and practical insights about topics relating to Microsoft Teams.
With a relatively small amount of effort, the provisioning of Teams in an organization can be automated to cater to the requirements of the business, as well as IT. In this article, Sean McAvinue goes over keep your Teams tidy through some useful tips and PowerShell code.
This week, we’re bringing you the latest news from Microsoft’s Build conference; including the best of many Microsoft 365 copilot announcements, a peek into the underpinnings of Copilot itself via new Azure service, the return of Mesh for Teams and much more.
With Teams being one of the most popular Microsoft collaboration apps, it is only right that it be included in tenant migrations! But, how do you go about getting started? In this blog, Randy Rempel reviews the top 10 must-do actions to ensure a successful Teams Tenant Migration.
It's easy to apply sensitivity labels to new teams, but what happens if you need to apply labels to a batch of existing teams? This article explains the basic steps necessary to find teams without labels, figure out the labels to apply, and apply the selected labels.
Microsoft is deploying a new version of the Teams webinar functionality to tenants. The new implementation is more functional and easier to use, and the impression is that this is a very simple but powerful implementation of a webinar management system.
In this article, Steve Goodman shows how to use Microsoft Teams to stream live events and recording videos for post-production.
In this week's show, Paul Robichaux and myself take a short break from Ignite 2022 to discuss the biggest announcements, and take a deep-dive into what these actually will provide to your organization, and which new features to watch; with a few fun moments along the way.
Microsoft will launch a new Teams Premium product in early 2023 to make a set of security and compliance features (mostly) for Teams meetings available. Customers will be able to use the new functionality in preview for several months to understand if they need the new capabilities.
What happened at TEC & MEC? Paul gives us the low-down First up this week, Paul and I chat about TEC – and how valuable it was to attend for him; and we contrast that to Microsoft conferences like Ignite. Paul talks about how TEC provides deep, real-world expertise and having expanded from technologies like […]
Security researchers report that Teams stores the access token it uses in clear text on user workstations. Is this an issue? Well, it's not good, but it's probably not going to lead to many compromised workstations.
The Teams external access configuration includes an allow list that defines which Microsoft 365 tenants are allowed to collaborate with your users through chats and meetings. To make sure that your allow list is complete, we can check the guest accounts present in the tenant and update the configuration with the domains used by guests. All in a matter of some straightforward PowerShell code.
The GIFShell attack describes how attackers can penetrate Teams to run commands using special GIFs, including the ability to exfiltrate data. One practical and quick way to stop similar attacks is to limit the set of Teams organizations your tenant will communicate with by establishing an allow list for external access.