With users embracing Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 tenants rapidly growing, IT departments now have to face the downside of this unprecedented growth, such as uncontrolled sites and orphaned resources building up, just to name a few.
June 25, 2020
Rencore, the provider of award-winning software essential to Microsoft 365 and SharePoint, announced today their free online event: Microsoft Teams Governance Mini Summit. Taking place on the 13th of July, the mini-summit focuses on how to best use and control Microsoft Teams.
Remote conferencing and communication have grown significantly this year as many organizations were forced to provide remote working environments for their workforce. Adoption of technologies such as Microsoft Teams has been the solution for a rapidly growing number of end-users. For IT departments, it has been a challenge to keep up with the sudden surge in new services and spike in usage. However, with the help of third-party companies, rapid growth is becoming manageable, as the need for using best practices and effective governance helps keep Microsoft 365 environments under control.
“Microsoft Teams is a fantastic platform for everyday business communication and collaboration,” said Matthias Einig, co-founder and CEO at Rencore. “As with all businesses introducing new technology, user adoption is key. However, with users embracing Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365 tenants rapidly growing, IT departments now have to face the downside of this unprecedented growth, such as uncontrolled sites and orphaned resources building up, just to name a few. To keep rapidly growing environments under control, a solid governance plan and the means to enforce it is of the utmost importance.”
Rencore decided to dedicate a half-day online summit to the topic of Microsoft Teams governance and assembled four leading speakers. The summit begins promptly at 7 pm CEST / 1 pm EDT with the Keynote: Success of Microsoft Teams and the road ahead, delivered by Laurie Pottmeyer, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft.
Following in succession, Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Susan Hanley will deliver her session: How to create a governance, training, and adoption resource center for Microsoft 365. Microsoft MVP Joanne Klein follows with: Protecting your Teams work across Microsoft 365, and Microsoft MVP Waldek Mastykarz delivers: Teams governance at scale. The summit will close with an AMA session with all four speakers.
The Teams Governance Mini Summit is scheduled to end after 4 hours. With one sign-up link, participants will be able to enter and exit the conference as they please.
Attending the Teams Governance Mini Summit is free of cost. The summit has limited spaces available.
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