Microsoft recently announced that Microsoft Teams has reached 13 million daily active users, introducing new ways for teams to collaborate, streamline business processes, chat, house files and more, in a single, integrated app.
While the app can improve collaboration, the question of Teams governance and management is becoming more apparent and a growing concern for larger organizations, especially as Microsoft is set to continuing investing in adding new features and folding in other capabilities like Skype for Business.
The answer? Introduce a light governance model that can help to prevent Teams from running out of control, but without the risk of governance becoming a barrier to usage or painful to manage.
In this webinar, learn how you can:
- Introduce a provisioning ability that enables users to easily create Teams that have outlined roles, permissions, and metadata
- Create a template for Teams that include the right default features based on use case, e.g. including Planner if Teams is being used for a project
- Apply the use of a form that ensures the right information is centrally captured at creation, including site purpose, nominated owners and roles
- Centrally manage Teams sites for company-wide owners and admins, making it easier to enable processes relating to the archiving of sites or handing a site over to a new owner
LiveTiles Director of Technology Solutions, David Salter