Cloudy attachments are links to files sent in messages. An auto-label policy can capture copies of cloudy attachments and make them available for eDiscovery. Sounds good, but you need Office 365 E5 or above licenses to use an auto-label policy and Purview eDiscovery (premium). Even so, it’s a nice example of applying technology to solve a problem, even if it does use up some valuable SharePoint Online storage quota.
Every year brings the opportunity to attend or present at Office 365 conferences. A pretty good lineup has developed for 2020 and I’m looking forward to making the rounds to learn more about Office 365 in places like New Orleans to Las Vegas to Oslo and Amsterdam.
Lots of announcements and other news flowed at the Microsoft Ignite 2019 Conference. Here’s a YouTube playlist for four short videos about interesting topics from the conference. We cover Office 365, Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business, and the famous “Office 365 substrate.”
In a session recorded at Microsoft Ignite 2019, Tony Redmond discusses the question of will Microsoft Teams take over from email. The session covers the strengths and weaknesses of both technologies and makes recommendations for how organizations can take full advantage of Teams and email.
Like any technology, Microsoft Teams has some lesser-known parts. At the Ignite 2019 conference, we had the chance to talk about topics from backups to DLP to background blur. You can listen to the recording of the session online and download a copy of the deck here.
A couple of weeks ago, I had the enjoyable experience of going to Charleston SC to present at the relaunched The Experts Conference (TEC). Niche Office 365 conferences seem to be quite the current trend and TEC is an excellent example of how small focused conferences are good to attend. You should consider it in 2021, which is the next time that TEC comes around.
A quick visit to Washington DC included speaking at AvePoint’s ShiftHappens conference and taping some videos about Office 365 for Petri.com. The conference was small enough to encourage real interaction between attendees and overall was a very enjoyable event.
A busy week included speaking engagements in Germany and Oslo. The Experts Live Norway event saw Tony talk about Office 365 data governance, a topic he thinks he knows well. You can grab a copy of the presentation he used in Oslo from this post.
Ignite 2018 is over and the countdown to the 2019 event has begun. Ignite 2019 is back in Orlando again, but in November, so we have about 13 months to go. In that time you’ll want to catch up on what happened at Ignite 2018, which is exactly what the Office 365 for IT Pros team has started to do. Our next update is due on October 19 and we have lots to do.
The Microsoft Ignite 2018 conference takes place in Orlando next week. The Office 365 for IT Pros team will be there to keep an eye on the announcements Microsoft and other vendors make about new technology. We’ll have a blast, and then come back to update the book.
The Office 365 for IT Pros team will be at the UK Evolve conference on September 10. Come along and hear us talk!
if you’re planning to attend the Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando in September 2018, make sure to meet up with the Office 365 for IT Pros team at the event.