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Join my OneDrive workshop at Microsoft Ignite 2018 in Orlando, Florida at to learn about the value, capabilities and benefits of using Flow with OneDrive for Business

Join my OneDrive workshop at Microsoft Ignite 2018 in Orlando, Florida at to learn about the value, capabilities and benefits of using Flow with OneDrive for Business

For those who were lucky enough to get tickets before they sold out, please join me at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, Florida on Sunday, September 23rd for my co-presentation of a OneDrive workshop session the Sunday before the conference starts entitled OneDrive from Start to Finish: This full day workshop outlines all you need to know to adopt OneDrive and drive usage and adoption, enabling collaboration and teamwork. Our sessions will be: Why OneDrive – An Ignite 2018 Preview Stories from…

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Learn about Microsoft Flow at the Toronto SharePoint Users Group on Wednesday Sept 19th, 2018

Learn about Microsoft Flow at the Toronto SharePoint Users Group on Wednesday Sept 19th, 2018

Please join me at the Toronto SharePoint Users Group meetup on Wednesday September 19th, 2018 at: MSN Office, Toronto-Dominion Centre Ernst & Young Tower, 222 Bay Street, Suite 1201 · Toronto, ON to learn tips & tricks on Automating Business Process on your Corporate Files using OneDrive and Flow. My session details are below. Main Topic: Automating Business Process on your Corporate Files using OneDrive and Flow Main Session Abstract: This is an educational workshop where participants can learn about…

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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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Microsoft is making it easier for you to switch your Cloud Storage to OneDrive for Business from Box, Dropbox, or Google

Microsoft is making it easier for you to switch your Cloud Storage to OneDrive for Business from Box, Dropbox, or Google

With the many improvements and features Microsoft has made to OneDrive over the last couple of years, enterprise cloud storage customers have recently discovered that their current solutions such as Box, Dropbox or Google just don’t have the sharing and secure file management capabilities they need.  This combined with the fact that OneDrive has many tightly integrated and intertwined features to connect to their other Office 365 and non-Microsoft cloud SaaS are making these customers regret their decisions to go with…

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Office 365 SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business rolling out support for the # and % symbols

Office 365 SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business rolling out support for the # and % symbols

For a long time now, SharePoint and OneDrive users have been constantly frustrated with having to rename their files when uploading to SharePoint due to Invalid file or folder name characters errors.  i.e.: “The file name is invalid or the file is empty.  A file name cannot contain any of the following characters: \ / : * ? ” < > | # { } % ~ &” This is due to the fact that  “certain characters have intrinsic meanings…

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