2022 Round up: Top blogs on Microsoft Teams and SharePoint security

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As the digital landscape continues to evolve, security is an ever-changing concern for IT departments everywhere. In the next five blogs you’ll learn step-by-step measures for making sure that your Microsoft environment is optimized for collaboration without compromising security.

We rounded up the articles for our all core topics, make sure to check them all out: top migration articles, top reporting articles, top management articles, and top user stories.

1. The ultimate guide to SharePoint, OneDrive, and Teams external sharing

External sharing can pose security threats, but instead of limiting the feature, follow these best practices to collaborate with colleagues and external users securely: Configure external sharing to fit your business needs, implement proper governance policies, establish a guest review policy, educate your users, turn off anonymous sharing, check your permission levels, and check reports regularly to manage security. 

Read the full article here.

2. Microsoft Groups, explained

Microsoft Groups is the main cross-application membership service for all the integrated Microsoft 365 products. Rather than competing with your products, it provides a provisioning robot and a centralized management place. Follow these steps to set up Microsoft 365 groups and add members. 

Read the full article here.

3. Top 3 tips to strengthen your remote work security for Microsoft 365

With the increase in remote work, security is more important than ever. To strengthen your security in Microsoft 365, implement a zero trust strategy, balance self-service with security risks using good governance, and implement daily security routines. To streamline these practices, ShareGate automates security management in one centralized platform.  

Read the full article here.

4. Zoom vs Microsoft Teams, what to consider

While Zoom is easy to use and boasts more integrations, Teams offers greater visibility and control for IT departments. For organizations already using Microsoft 365, Teams integrates seamlessly with the suite of programs and offers greater security –making it a no-brainer.  

Read the full article here.

5. Microsoft Teams guest access: Permissions, settings, and how to add a guest

External file sharing is common, but it requires you to manage the content that has been shared to ensure it stays secure over time. Another option for collaboration is guest access in Microsoft Teams, which allows you to manage guest permissions. By adding a guest to your team, your data stays in your tenant where you can protect, monitor, and control it. 

Read the full article here.

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