Since the pandemic forced a good number of professionals from different areas to work from home and remote, something that was more common for the tech professional became a common part of our society. More and more industries are realising that it is possible to have part of their workforce remotely, therefore tools to integrate and connect these professionals are in high demand.
Microsoft Teams offer the Teams live events as an extension of Teams meetings. You can use it to produce events for large audiences with more control over video, audience interaction, and reporting.
Since all of us got trapped in our houses to comply with the new social distancing rules and work from home recommendations, Microsoft Teams usage exploded all over the world. One of the reasons is because its use is intuitive and pretty straightforward.
The main concern for businesses when using applications for remote work is related to data breaches and potential data losses. Microsoft recently added its data loss prevention capabilities to Microsoft Teams chat and channel messages for users licensed for Office 365 Advanced Compliance. The new capability adds one more layer of protection for companies’ data and more safety for Microsoft Teams users. We gathered below some information from Microsoft, which can help to set up the option.
Microsoft Teams is full of functionalities and tools to communicate and help teams work together and collaborate. One of the most common questions is when the chat feature should be used and when the channel is more appropriate. Even though, they have similarities they were designed to support different purposes regarding communication in the Microsoft Teams.
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