Collaboration is an important aspect of the business. It needs to be as flexible and organic as possible in today's dispersed work environments.

This is why solutions like Microsoft Teams are such important tools for companies today. Aside from collaborative uses, Teams is also a powerful platform that allows teams to communicate and share work across different channels.

However, as invaluable as the Teams platform is, it also comes with a number of risks. To get optimum results, you need to ensure that your organization can find a way around the risks associated with Microsoft Teams.

When the right controls are in place, your organization can then operate Microsoft Teams safely.

As a core leader in Microsoft 365 management, CoreView can give you the full oversight you need over your Microsoft Teams environment.

It can do this by monitoring the lack of team usage, ensuring proper classification of files and data with tags and filters, expanding available usage information, and reaching new levels of automation, delegation, automation, and visibility with Teams.

If you’re wondering how this can help your company, here’s how.

How CoreView will help your organization with Microsoft Teams compliance

First, a major part of Team's compliance is data governance, and that ensures that only the appropriate users have access to your data.

The CoreView Team's members' report can help address data governance from an access perspective. This report will help you see all of the members of your teams, along with data on whether they are members, owners, or external guests.

Also, the reports can be filtered in a way that only shows the aspects of the data that you care about. So, if you need to see only owners or guest accounts, you can easily do that.

From within this report, you'll also be able to specifically address external accounts with access to your Team's via the Team's external members' report. Regularly reviewing this data ensures that only the users that should have access do have access.

Another way that CoreView can help you is through process automation.

You can also automate the entire process by putting it into a custom CoreView attestation workflow that sends an attestation approval email to the owners of the Team. Workflows and CoreView are highly customizable to meet the demands of your specific business processes since the team also has a SharePoint site component.

Another aspect of data governance is to ensure that your content is protected from inappropriate external user access.

You can use a CoreView SharePoint report to see the external sharing settings for all of your SharePoint sites, along with additional details not provided in the Native SharePoint admin. You'll also be able to manage these sharing settings directly from CoreView.

Lastly, you can also track compliance for your teams by using a core view audit report to see all of the activity across your teams.

This audit report can show you audit history across a wide range of dates and allows you to filter against specific teams or users or various other audit properties so that you can fine-tune your results. You can rearrange columns and filter this data like any other spreadsheet program.

If you’re ready to cut down on the level of chaos that’s associated with Teams and catch up on the full value of Microsoft 365, then you should take advantage of CoreView today!

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