Join us on for this week's Practical 365 Podcast, where we discuss Microsoft Inspire, Teams Malware, and more Teams features.
Recently, security researchers at JumpSec labs identified a vulnerability in Teams that allows malware delivery through Teams chat. Microsoft Acknowledged the vulnerability but didn't release any immediate remedies. In this blog, we will discuss two practical methods to avoiding malware delivery within Teams.
On this week’s show, Paul and I are joined by industry veteran Mary Jo Foley, to talk about her keynote session at this year’s TEC conference this coming September – learn her view on how your priorities and Microsoft’s intersect and what value Microsoft 365 needs to deliver. Plus we’re talking new Power Platform and Teams AI-driven features plus there’s a plethora of new Azure AD & Entra features that help secure your environment and make it easier for complex organizations to work seamlessly together.
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.
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.
On the show this week, we talk about a new report from Goldman Sachs on how Generative AI could affect 300 million jobs - and with Microsoft 365 Copilot on the front line, we consider how likely this is. And finally - Microsoft Teams "V2" - the new Teams has began appearing in Microsoft 365 tenants. Plus, you can replace your face with an Avatar, use the preview of the Loop App - and Windows 11 might be appearing on your Teams Rooms devices very soon.
Copilot for Microsoft 365 generated a lot of media hype after its March 16 announcement. In this article, we contemplate some of the implementation issues that need to be teased out before Copilot for Microsoft 365 deployments start.
Teams is mostly an internal communications platform while email connects billions of people around the world. Inside Microsoft 365 tenants, you might need to connect Teams and email together. In this article, we discuss the out-of-the-box features available to link the two and describe some of the positive and negative points of each. You can certainly bridge the gap between Teams and email, but maybe Microsoft could grease the connection just a little more...
Like all the other Microsoft 365 administrative consoles, the Teams admin center doesn't have any print options. If you want to print off any kind of information about Teams settings, you need to write your own code. PowerShell makes it easy to create a report about the Microsoft Teams policy assignments for user accounts. In this article, we explain how to extract policy information and generate a HTML report.