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  • Comparing Functionality in Teams Essentials and Teams Free

    On December 1, Microsoft launched Teams Essentials, a new product that isn't connected to Microsoft 365 or Office 365. Teams Essentials looks a lot like Teams Free (launched in 2018). We checked out the functionality available in Teams Free and compared what you can get for nothing against what Microsoft says is available in Teams Essentials for $48/user/year. Small organizations certainly have a choice, and for an extra $12/year, they can get Teams and Microsoft 365. The post Comparing Functionality in Teams Essentials and Teams Free appeared first on Practical 365.

  • Will Teams Connect unlock complex migrations to Microsoft 365?

    Teams Connect is coming in early 2022 and there's a lot of buzz about how this will help people work together seamlessly. For larger organizations who need to work together, but can't migrate to a single tenant, could this new functionality enable their plans to migrate? The post Will Teams Connect unlock complex migrations to Microsoft 365? appeared first on Practical 365.

  • The Practical 365 Update – Episode 31: Live from #CollabSummit, Lists goes offline, Azure AD, SharePoint and Teams news

    On the show this week, Steve's having a major case of FOMO whilst Paul's at the European Collaboration Summit, joining us live from the expo floor via Teams. And as well as the news from #CollabSummit, we discuss the latest improvements to Microsoft Lists, Azure AD and Authenticator, Information Barriers, Teams, Compliance and SharePoint. The post The Practical 365 Update – Episode 31: Live from #CollabSummit, Lists goes offline, Azure AD, SharePoint and Teams news appeared first on Practical 365.

  • Use PowerShell to Create a Report About the Teams Policies Assigned to User Accounts

    Like all the other Microsoft 365 administrative consoles, the Teams admin center doesn't have any print options. If you want to print off any kind of information about Teams settings, you need to write your own code. PowerShell makes it easy to create a report about the Microsoft Teams policy assignments for user accounts. In this article, we explain how to extract policy information and generate a HTML report. The post Use PowerShell to Create a Report About the Teams Policies Assigned to User Accounts appeared first on Practical 365.

  • Mitigating Risk Created by On-Premises Infrastructures in Microsoft 365

    Continuing our review of practices to protect cloud infrastructures from weaknesses that can be introduced from on-premises accounts, we consider admin rights, authentication, and conditional access policies. Plus the need to collect and analyze the log data available in cloud environments to make sure that nothing nasty is slipping through. The post Mitigating Risk Created by On-Premises Infrastructures in Microsoft 365 appeared first on Practical 365.

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