Extract from Lou Blatt and Dei Jow's article "3 Tips to Improving Efficiency and Reducing Risk When Using Microsoft Office 365 and Teams"
Like many remote knowledge workers, I use Microsoft® Office 365 applications such as Microsoft Teams to collaborate and share content with my team. However, these tools can easily produce sprawling silos of information that can be confusing.
Some of the challenges I have found working in Teams are:
Deciding who to invite to a Team to avoid sharing sensitive business content with the wrong people
Selecting appropriate content to share without oversharing or overwhelming readers or losing control of versions
Figuring out how to archive or delete content after a Team’s project is completed while reducing operational and compliance ramifications and ensuring ongoing productivity
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