Inside Microsoft Teams, Episode 406: “Microsoft Teams Security: Ask me anything, again.”

By December 7, 2021Microsoft Teams

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In our final episode of Season 4, we sat down with John Gruszczyk and Christiaan Brinkhoff to discuss the announcements leading up to and at Microsoft Ignite for Teams Security and Windows 365. We answered a lot of audience questions, covered all the big news, and even did some demos. Here’s a wrap-up on the content from our guests.

 

Sharing the latest Microsoft Teams security and compliance innovations – John Gruszczyk, Product Manager, Microsoft Teams

 

A hybrid workplace creates more flexibility in how – and where – employees can work from. For IT and SecOps teams, this may mean evolving your information protection and governance in order to support greater flexibility without compromising on security. That’s why Microsoft has continued to invest in tooling and capabilities to help organizations manage the lifecycle of their content in Teams and across Microsoft 365 more efficiently.

 

Multi-Geo support for Teams, co-authoring in real-time on encrypted documents, extending retention capabilities to cover more surface area, enhancements to auto-labeling and information barriers – the latest product announcements and innovations assist organizations in continuing to drive collaboration across their workforce without having to sacrifice security or compliance. Data access governance insights and improved channel sites management in SharePoint are helping IT have a more simplified way to discover and manage Teams-related data. Microsoft remains committed to helping organizations enable secure, compliant collaboration by offering a broad portfolio of tooling to protect and govern sensitive data.

Sharing the latest news about Windows 365 Cloud PC – Christiaan Brinkhoff, Principal PM, Microsoft – recently published a new book, “Mastering Microsoft Endpoint Manager”

 

During this episode, we’ve been discussing the latest new features announced at Microsoft Ignite, such as the new web portal experience, native Azure AD join support, Windows 11, and more. We also covered the configuration flow and end-user experience of Windows 365 cloud PC that works out of the box with other Microsoft 365 products, such as OneDrive and Teams for the highest hybrid work productivity scores. Read about all the latest new Windows 365 announcements and feature updates around Microsoft Ignite over here.

Windows 365 is the world’s first Cloud PC. Windows 365 securely streams your personalized Windows desktop, apps, settings, and content from the cloud to any device. A Cloud PC provides customers a virtualized computing experience where you can stream your Windows experience from the Microsoft cloud to any device.

 

Thank you again for all your support of Inside Microsoft Teams. As we prepare for our next season, we’d love to hear from you on what topics, verticals, and guests you would like to see on the show. Please feel free to comment below and let us know.

 

Finally, wishing all of you a very happy holiday season and new year. We will see you next year for Season 5 of Inside Microsoft Teams!

-Stephen

 


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