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SharePoint Tips and Resources for Your COVID-19 Communication Site

Susan Hanley, Information Architect

It’s amazing how the tech community has come together to create resources for people now working from home and staying connected during the global COVID-19 pandemic. Microsoft has published a helpful how-to guide to build a crisis management communication site and created a way for SharePoint admins to easily provision the site design in your own tenant from the lookbook.

I’ve created multiple COVID-19 sites for clients in the past two weeks using this template as a starting point. In the course of making these sites and working with some amazing people, I have also gathered some helpful and reliable resources for the pages in these sites. Here’s what I’ve learned and some content you can re-use.

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Recently, we’ve all had to rapidly evolve to the new reality of remote work, borderless collaboration, and virtual meetings. Collaboration tools, such as Microsoft Teams, are being adopted on the fly to maintain business continuity, but this breakneck pace of adoption challenges IT professionals to develop, validate, and implement organization-wide policies and best practices ASAP.

Join ShareGate’s Benjamin Niaulin for a “crash course” style overview of the Microsoft Teams platform where he’ll review best practices for Teams administration and onboarding, guide you through solving some common issues you’ll see while you scale your implementation, and explore how ShareGate Apricot can help you keep your Teams on track.

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Pluralsight is Free for the Entire Month of April 2020

Vlad Catrinescu, SharePoint and Office 365 Consultant

Pluralsight is free to individuals for the entire month of April—now is the perfect time to improve your tech skills or learn something for the first time! This will give you access to all 7,000 courses, no credit card required!

The only thing you have to do is register, and then start learning!

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Microsoft Cloud App Security and Sensitivity Labels

Joanne Klein, SharePoint and Office 365 Consultant at Miscellaneous Companies

This post walks thru an example of how to automatically apply a sensitivity label to files in SharePoint Online and OneDrive under certain conditions using an integration between Microsoft Cloud App Security (MCAS) and Azure Information Protection (AIP).

Note: To clarify, integration with AIP will leverage sensitivity labels if you have migrated your AIP labels to Sensitivity labels and published them in the Security & Compliance Center. Documentation currently refers to AIP.

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