Without a doubt, Microsoft Teams is a key asset in corporate communications today. To improve collaboration, Microsoft provides the ability to add external users as guests in external tenants. This increases productivity, but on the other hand can introduce new risks, especially if your users are guests of other tenants and are not bound by your company policy at this time.
Microsoft Teams is without any doubt a key asset for corporate communications at this time. To improve collaboration, Microsoft offers the ability to add an external user as a guest in the external tenant. This increases productivity but on the other hand can pose new risks especially when your users are guests in other tenants and at that point are not subjected to the policies of your company. The guest option is actually a loophole in compliance and governance of a company that must be...
Blocking sensitive company information from being released, and complying with requirements in business policies - while internal users attend a meeting held externally with persons from outside - their organization are two difficulties that organizations are currently experiencing.
Let's take a look at AGAT's reg-tech product today: Real-Time Audio DLP for Microsoft Teams. Many users are already used to dealing with DLP (Data Leak Prevention) policies when using UC (unified communications) software such as Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, WebEx, Slack, etc.
Workplace harassment can be a serious issue and an HR nightmare. Managers can bully employees, employees could insult one another and the dreaded sexual harassment may threaten the safety of the workplace. When bullying, insults, and sexual harassment occur in the workplace, a hostile work environment is created damaging morale and productivity. Organizations are liable to prevent any and all types of harassment.
Microsoft Data Loss Prevention is rich in features and has a very wide adoption. In this article two coverage limitations will be addressed: First when a user is a Guest in an external tenant, and second, when an user joins a meeting hosted by external user.