Migrating from file shares to OneDrive and SharePoint can seem like a daunting task, but with proper planning and communication, your project can be a resounding success for both the migration team and business users. The key is to concentrate on three core pillars: cleanup, organization and migration.
The Microsoft 365 Community is introducing a public preview of a new project called “Microsoft 365 PnP Transformation Framework.” The goal of this new project is to help customers and partners to transform existing portals into Microsoft SharePoint Online modern portals.
There's no definitive 'right' or 'wrong' way to structure Teams and channels, however there are some limits and best practices that can be followed to ensure the structures created are easy to use and navigate. This article explores the decision process Team owners can use to assess if a new channel is needed, what type should be used and how to manage large numbers of channels in a team.
Microsoft has introduced a new feature to control how long guests have access to content shared with them in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business.
TEC 2021, The Experts Conference, takes place as a virtual event on September 1-2. In this article, Tony selects his favorite sessions from the event agenda. This isn't to say that the other sessions are no good. Everyone's got their own favorite topics and there are many other TEC sessions which will make others very happy.
Microsoft insists that encrypted content found by eDiscovery searches can only be decrypted by Advanced eDiscovery, which requires Office 365 E5 licenses.
Just because you can rename your SharePoint Online URL, should you? Mike Weaver points out five major considerations you should seriously take into account if your organization is thinking about pursuing this course of action.
Ten years after its launch, backing up Office 365 data is more difficult than ever before. Apps are more complex and interconnected and APIs aren't available. What should an Office 365 administrator do to protect tenant data. Here's some thoughts on the challenges and why Microsoft needs to do more to help in this space.
Every organization faced with a large tenant-to-tenant migration is concerned with how quickly they can migrate their content, and often view throttling as a nuisance. This article details why throttling is important to the process; how you can outline expectations with the client, and best practices for accommodating throttling against a timeline.
This is the fourth article in a continuation of our weekly series celebrating the 10-year anniversary of Office 365. Senior Product Manager Randy Rempel reflects on his journey with SharePoint and how he changed the conversation with customers after the Office 365 cloud offering was made publicly made available.
SharePoint site and information architecture has been around long enough to be an established practice and area of expertise in the SharePoint world. What’s new about it, however, is its elevated role in Microsoft 365 compliance. This post highlights some key points about how these decisions can affect managing compliance at scale by providing structure (sites, content types, and metadata) and governance (compliance controls) to SharePoint.
Ever wondered how to perform selective deletion of OneDrive documents found in Content Searches? While you can remove email using a content search action, Office 365 doesn’t include a method to cleanup OneDrive documents found by content searches. This article demonstrates how to use PowerShell to view the set of files, and then select files to remove.