Microsoft Teams was one of the fastest-growing apps of the pandemic and currently has 250 million daily active users! So, chances are, your organization uses it. How do you maximize your Microsoft Teams data? Join Onna, Microsoft and eDiscovery Today in this webinar later this month!
On Tuesday, June 28th at 1pm ET (noon CT, 10am PT), Onna will be hosting the webinar Getting the most out of your Microsoft Teams data. In this webinar, we’ll discuss the ins and outs of Microsoft Teams, along with approaches and best practices for Teams governance and discovery, including:
- Microsoft Teams data — where it is stored and why it matters
- Common challenges collecting from Teams
- Microsoft Teams’ data retention capabilities and best practices for setting retention policies and eDiscovery holds
- Native features in Compliance Center
And, by “we”, I mean John Price, Solutions Architect at Onna, Hammad Rajjoub, Director of Product Strategy and Marketing Management at Microsoft and me! The three of us will be discussing how to maximize your Microsoft Teams data as a critical step toward effective information governance, regulatory compliance, risk mitigation, data retention, and eDiscovery collections. This teamwork (about Teams) will make the dream work, so click here to register and join us then!
So, what do you think? Does your organization currently maximize your Microsoft Teams data, or is there room for improvement? If it’s the latter, then join us! Please share any comments you might have or if you’d like to know more about a particular topic.
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