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What is Microsoft 365? Everything You Need to Know About Microsoft’s Subscription Service to Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Other Services and Applications

by Jason Wynn

Microsoft 365 is a subscription service that brings the latest Office desktop apps together with cloud apps and services like file storage, security, collaboration, and productivity, including Microsoft Teams, Lists, SharePoint, Exchange, Planner, OneDrive, and much more. Microsoft 365 is available in plans for personal users, families, businesses, and large enterprises. Microsoft 365 includes apps… Read More

Microsoft 365 Built-in Data Protection

by Michael Otey

Microsoft 365 is the most widely used cloud application for business and it has several different technologies that are designed to protect your data. Let’s take a closer look at Microsoft 365’s built-in data protection technologies and see what steps you might need to take for your own complete data protection needs. OneDrive Recycle Bin… Read More

Scoping Office 365 Sensitivity Labels

by Tony Redmond

The Evolution of Sensitivity Labels When Microsoft launched sensitivity labels in late 2018, the implementation was simple: you defined labels that could mark and protect Office files and email and published them to users, who then applied the labels as needed. Over time, Microsoft has increased the usefulness of sensitivity labels by building native support… Read More

Enforce MFA for SharePoint Online Sites with Conditional Access Policies

with 2 Comments by Tony Redmond

Securing Confidential SharePoint Online Data SharePoint Online sites hold some very confidential information. Now that SharePoint Online supports sensitivity labels, you can protect individual documents with encryption to stop their contents leaking. Other features, like regarding newly uploaded documents sensitive by default to stop them being shared externally until Data Loss Prevention (DLP) processing completes,… Read More

The World’s Most Comprehensive Teams to Teams Migration Checklist

Whether you have just started thinking about migration or have already begun to move, our Microsoft Teams Migration Checklist can help guide you through the different phases for a Teams migration to another tenant.

This detailed six-step guide will walk you through key decision points while also providing more prescriptive best practice recommendations where appropriate.

Discover key insights for the following phases of a Teams migration: 

  • Discovery
  • Pilot
  • Planning
  • Communication
  • Execution
  • Validation

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