Barriers to collaboration always slow down work - whether it be the creation of new collateral to share or collaborating amongst internal and external members of a team, the ability to work together is paramount to a team meeting its goals. Microsoft Teams allows for this by providing the ability to invite external members to collaborate. But what happens when the security story for a customer goes against the Microsoft story for collaborative work?
Microsoft provides the ability to turn on/off guest access at the tenant-level, but what about individual Teams? In this session, we'll discuss security scenarios presented by the customer. We’ll cover provisioning Teams through the Microsoft Graph and Flow, coupled with the relevant security policies – allowing an enterprise to meet their security requirements – and how this breaks down barriers to collaboration.
Session is held in the immersive multi-screen Microsoft Technology Center Envisioning Center in The Hub.