September 2020 Meeting

September 17th, 11:30 am

Protecting your Teams work across Microsoft 365 Joanne Klien

Topic: Protecting your Teams work across Microsoft 365
Location: via Microsoft Teams
: Joanne Klein, Microsoft MVP
Cost: FREE

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Topic Details

Organizations today are embracing the modern workplace to stay competitive, decrease their time to market, accelerate problem resolution, have better quality decision-making, and even to attract and retain staff. Microsoft Teams is the Hub for Teamwork in Microsoft 365 and its use is exploding across the globe as organizations embrace this modern way of getting work done, however we still need to ensure our corporate data is secured, protected and meeting our regulatory obligations while doing so.

Join me in this session to see how Microsoft 365 Security & Compliance features work together to help secure, protect, retain, and discover your Team work so you can breathe a little easier.

Be sure to forward this meeting info to your colleagues and friends!

Speaker Details

Joanne_KleinI’m Joanne Klein, founder of NexNovus, an Office 365 Consulting company, and a 3-time Microsoft MVP in Office Apps & Services. What that really means is I spend my time working with customers on Office 365 collaboration tools and services, specifically SharePoint, and sharing my knowledge with the larger technical community.

One of my SharePoint specialties is site and information architecture since I believe it to be the critical underpinning to any great SharePoint environment.

Another area I focus on is the Office 365 suite of tools built to help organizations protect and retain their unstructured content now being produced at an exponential rate. This is an important shift for organizations and information workers to make in a modern workplace. I have substantial practical experience in Office 365 working with customers to help them make this shift.

You can find me blogging about these areas of focus and more at

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