Microsoft Teams Compliance in Office 365

Understanding Retention in Microsoft Teams

Office 365 offers a great toolset for collaboration and productivity. New features are frequently added, such as the new Microsoft Teams and Groups features, which provides a powerful solution for cross-silo collaboration. Yet, these tools can create a challenge for compliance. How can we maintain a manageable file plan and compliance strategy when anyone can provision a workspace?

Microsoft Teams Compliance in Office 365

In this webinar, we will introduce you to Microsoft Teams and Groups features. We will then discuss compliance features provided in Office 365 for Microsoft Teams. This will include features that are available natively, and strategies for filling any gaps. Finally, we will show how to maintain a file plan on content in Microsoft Teams and Groups.  

This webinar will benefit IT Managers, Information Officers, and Information Management Professionals. It will use real-life stories and best practices from several compliant implementations of Microsoft Teams and Groups.

Key Takeaways

  • You will be able to lead a compliance discussion about Microsoft Teams and Groups
  • An understanding of the features and benefits of Microsoft Teams and Groups
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Teams and Groups compliance features, their strengths, and limitations


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