Enter player one! Get ready to traverse the Mazes laid out by Microsoft 365. With each service entered, a group of challenges awaits. Meet Adoption, Declutter, External Access, Cost, and Operation. If you’re stuck and need a helping hand, don’t worry! We have five Gamemasters to help you complete the game in record time. In the week of June 28, grab your pile of quarters and join Sue Hanley, Tomislav Karafilov, Nicki Borell, Björn Erkens, and Matthias Einig who will show you how to traverse the mazes, outwit the ghosts and pick up the cherries as you receive the ultimate speedrun walkthrough for mastering Microsoft 365 governance.
Monday, June 28, 5:30 pm CEST/ 11:30 am EDT
Governance Planning for Viva Connections – Best Practices for Intranet Governance
Viva Connections gives you the opportunity to bring your modern, intelligent intranet into the apps and devices your employees already use every day – like Microsoft Teams. But have you planned your intranet with governance in mind? What are the best ways to get started and to ensure that your intranet – delivered in Teams or in the browser – provides a sustainable, useful, and usable experience for everyone in the organization? This session will help you plan and deliver a governance framework for your intranet in Viva Connections – with practical advice, tips and best practices, and content to help you get started!
Tuesday, June 29, 5:30 pm CEST/ 11:30 am EDT
Can you complete Microsoft 365 Governance? Challenge accepted!
Matthias Einig and Björn Erkens, Rencore
Cloud governance has to be one of the most challenging concepts to bring into practice successfully. Maintaining a healthy balance between user collaboration and control is pivotal. If permission restrictions are too tough, users lose interest quickly as they cannot work productively. Cloud governance must mirror the modern needs of the business user it seeks to govern. Björn Erkens, Governance Product Owner, and Matthias Einig, Microsoft MVP and CEO at Rencore, will give you the power to master Microsoft 365 governance for both IT and business. They will condense some of the most technical and overwhelming governance practices into a simple, easy-to-implement dynamic governance plan.
Wednesday, June 30, 5:30 pm CEST/ 11:30 am EDT
Power Platform Governance – make it your platform
Create input masks and entire applications, implement and automate processes, simplify and accelerate dialogues with the help of bots, and conjure up splendid reports – all of this and much more is the Power Platform. Whether you drive with low code / no-code approaches, are a user, a citizen developer or pro dev, the tools can be used in a variety of ways. A governance view is important for the use of the Power Platform so that it corresponds to your needs, your requirements and your rules. What is allowed at one company does not have to be allowed at the other company as well. Make the tools your tools and use the possibilities advisedly. In this session, Tomislav shows the various possibilities of governance settings in the Power Platform. Learn what is easy to switch, what can be done via the web interfaces, what options are given via APIs and what you should also look at when looking at governance.
Thursday, July 1, 5:30 pm CEST/ 11:30 am EDT
Quickstart for Microsoft Teams compliance
Nicki Borell, ExpertsInside
Teams Compliance – managing and monitoring your data, protecting information, and minimizing insider risks.
Today employees are collaborating and connecting with each other in new ways, and this means your existing compliance processes and controls may need to adapt.
If you are new to Microsoft Teams compliance and wondering where to start, this session provides guidance on the basics and prioritizes important compliance tasks. You will get an overview and best practices about how to get started with managing and monitoring your data, protecting information, and minimizing insider risks.
- Microsoft 365 compliance center
- What’s new for Microsoft Teams compliance
- Quick tasks for getting started with Microsoft Teams compliance
Every Mini Summit week session was followed by a 5-minute break and Q&A with our speaker(s).