How to Manage Office 365 Groups with SysKit Security Manager
Office 365 and its sharing capabilities are amazing, but since everybody in the company can create Office 365 Groups on their own, it’s pretty easy to lose track of all those Groups and fall victim to unnecessary sprawl. Read more to find out how SysKit approaches group management giving you full visibility and maximum control over your Office 365 group governance.
Office 365 Groups vs Microsoft Teams
Two of the newer technologies to have come onto Office 365 are Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups. In this blog post, I’ll cover each of them a bit and how they relate to each other, and our beloved SharePoint.
Demystifying Office 365 Groups: Q&A with Todd Klindt
To explain Office 365 Groups, Todd Klindt held a webinar “Demystifying Office 365 Groups” and in this blog post, you will find answers to all questions asked.
How to Manage Office 365 Groups – Webinar with Todd Klindt
Check out the webinar recording about Office 365 Groups management with the one and only, Todd Klindt.
Office 365 Groups Governance: 3 Rules to Keep your Groups in Order
Anyone with the Office 365 license can create Office 365 Groups. Read our suggestions about what you should include in your Office 365 Groups governance.
Office 365 Security Hacks for Admins
Check out security checkups and Office 365 best practices that every admin should include in his administration process.
8 Tricks to Save OneDrive for Business Storage
Read these 8 tricks on how you can save your OneDrive for Business storage and never worry about the OneDrive for Business storage limit again.
Office 365 Groups – 3 Best Practices for Admins to Avoid Clutter
If you want to avoid all the chaos and manage your groups without stress, read this post and find our list of Office 365 Groups best practices.
8 Ways to Create Office 365 Groups – Overview and Differences
There are many ways to create Office 365 Groups, some of which people are still not aware of. Here’s a list of 8 ways to make your Groups and the differences between them – have a look!