Sharing screens during presentations can lead to a full range of dangers, from embarrassing mistakes to catastrophic slips. We’ve all been there: working on a thousand documents at the same time, and, unpromptedly, a virtual meeting requires you to screen share, and while you try to close every window, you realize every little embarrassing detail which is on full display for everyone else to see.
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.
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.