Microsoft Teams Administrator Updates for Compliance and Migration with Jeff Teper | Ignite 2020

published 3 months ago by Microsoft Mechanics

eep your users and data safe wherever they're working from, take a tour of all the recent upcoming updates for Microsoft 365 admins. As people work remotely or in hybrid work environments, potentially on unmanaged devices or less trusted networks, information protection is more important than ever. We’ve created a simple environment for everybody — from end-users to administrators, in a way where the data is secure and able to be accessed from any device, in any location. Jeff Teper, Microsoft 365 CVP, joins Jeremy Chapman to discuss how his team is helping make the lives of our admins easier. ► Flag Locations: Discover the locations in Microsoft Teams and SharePoint where your most sensitive information is generated and stored, so you can holistically apply these labels at that site or team level. ► Endpoint DLP: Configure rules to detect and take actions at the file system level and manage Windows devices, so you can protect your files if they're moved from the cloud to a local device. ► Split tunneling: To get best optimal performance, connect the user to the nearest Azure Front Door with a new service called Network Connection Insights found in the M365 Admin Center. ► Migration Tools: On-Prem File Servers require VPN connectivity for remote work. Moving these files to the cloud can help the VPN saturation, get you to the cloud even faster, and ultimately allow you to take advantage of everything in Microsoft 365. QUICK LINKS: 00:00 - Introduction 00:36 - What's easier for admins now? 01:49 - Apply labels at site or team level 06:06 - DLP to enforce responsible sharing policies 07:26 - Endpoint DLP 09:38 - Split Tunneling 11:17 - Migration Tools Link References: Find out more about security controls at . To learn more about migration, go to . Unfamiliar with Microsoft Mechanics? We are Microsoft’s official video series for IT. You can watch and share valuable content and demos of current and upcoming tech from the people who build it at Microsoft. Subscribe to our YouTube: Follow us on Twitter: Follow us on LinkedIn: Follow us on Facebook:

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