Since its official launch in November 2016, Microsoft Teams has become the go-to tool for collaborative work. Thanks to the teams, employees remain permanently connected, and can easily take note of project developments and sharing. Information is refocused in the same space, accessible to all: everything that is created within a team is visible and accessible, all the time, by all members.
But what about sharing confidential data and files within a team? This is where private channels come in.
They, in fact, make it possible to restrict access to certain information within working groups, for example, in the event that external parties are integrated into a team. Convincing employees to adopt new ways to work is a key issue!
In this webinar, you learn about the new possibilities offered by private channels within teams in Microsoft Teams.
You use Microsoft Teams and want to improve the privacy of shared data.
At the end of this training, you will know:
Target audience: Users who want to learn best practices to set up secure file collaboration and sharing in Teams to protect their data based on its sensitivity
Startup Level: Intermediate
Prerequisite: Master independently the basic uses of Internet browsing and the uses of your computer. Basic knowledge of Microsoft Teams is recommended
Over the years, Microsoft Teams has become an essential tool for collaboration within companies. Of course, this leads to an important flow of information, both within and between companies. The use of private channels for sharing confidential information and documents is part of a set of new tools and practices to secure and protect intra- and inter-company data sharing.