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Month: March 2018

Guide to Provisioning your SharePoint hub site

Guide to Provisioning your SharePoint hub site

SharePoint hub sites are a long awaited feature where by your Office 365 SharePoint Online communication or team sites can be associated to a hub site and inherit the navigation, theme and logo of the hub.  This provides a consistent user browsing experience for all of the associated sites without performing configuration on a site by site basis. The more valuable features in my opinion are the roll up capabilities.  For years now, I would have to build this type…

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Document & Records Management Features in Office 365 – SharePoint Online: Part 1 – Introduction

Document & Records Management Features in Office 365 – SharePoint Online: Part 1 – Introduction

Many years ago, I did a series of blogs on features & services within the SharePoint 2010 platform that could be used in building your Records Management system.  I received a lot of positive feedback on this series of blogs so I thought I would do something similar that is updated to the most current technology and pertains to both Office 365 & SharePoint Online.  Most of the features I will be outlining in these articles at a high-level pertain…

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SharePoint Online Websites in Office 365 are being deleted on March 31st – Act immediately if you have any!

SharePoint Online Websites in Office 365 are being deleted on March 31st – Act immediately if you have any!

Microsoft has been warning Office 365 customers who are still using the public websites feature that they will be deleting them for a few years now.  They have already been deactivated from use for a few years but now they are following through with their threats to delete them for those that are still using them. Bottom line, ensure that you migrate all of your Office 365 public websites off to another public website service provider – including your publicly…

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Office 365 Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Notifications in Outlook, OneDrive and SharePoint

Office 365 Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Notifications in Outlook, OneDrive and SharePoint

In a previous post, I outlined how to configure Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for Office 365.  This post will provide examples on how these are displayed throughout your Office 365 experience. Before I proceed, there a couple important points to know about DLP and user notifications: DLP is driven by when the Office 365 search engine scans the content.  When the content of a document is indexed, it’s also scanned for sensitive information and checked if it’s shared DLP only works…

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Configure Office 365 Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for SharePoint Online, Outlook and OneDrive

Configure Office 365 Data Loss Prevention (DLP) for SharePoint Online, Outlook and OneDrive

Last week, Bill Baer from Microsoft announced Data Loss Prevention (DLP) Policy Tips updates which Office 365 tenant administrators should be aware of from a security perspective.  These updates allow capabilities to show DLP Policy Tips across endpoints in Office 365 such as SharePoint Online and Microsoft Word when content is shared. This post will walk you through an example on how they can be configured. View an overview of Data Loss Prevention (DLP). To configure Data Loss Prevention (DLP), perform…

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