Microsoft recently launched new SharePoint admin feature Conditional access by network location.
Microsoft Teams is a part of Office 365 service which helps teams to collaborate better by integrating team conversations, Files, Notes and Planner altogether from one place
The fast growth of Office 365 Groups is due its rich features like SharePoint Document Library, SharePoint Team Site, Planner, Mail Conversation, One Note etc.
In this modern digital world, there is a critical need for any organizations to collaborate closely with their customers, partners, suppliers or consultants outside of their organization for a successful business.
By default all users in Office 365 have the permission to create Office 365 Groups, quickly and easily through their outlook web access portal. This is because, Office 365 Groups are intended to be created and managed by both admins and end users
Office 365 Connectors for Groups allows an out of box experience to the users of Office 365 Groups to add integrations to their Office 365 Groups and are currently available for First Release customers.
Since Office 365 Groups' files consume the storage space from the quota allocated for Site Collections in a SharePoint Online tenant, for more information refer this link. So in this blog we share the steps to limit the storage used by Office 365 Groups' files by setting Storage Quota for Office 365 Groups using PowerShell.
When a new Office 365 Group is created, it also creates an accompanying file store. The files uploaded to the Office 365 Group' file store are actually stored in an corresponding SharePoint Online Document Library in the SharePoint Online site collection
In the previous blog we have learned how to restrict the permission of creating new Office365 Groups to a specific security group. There are scenarios where lot of office365 groups created and there are no conversations in those Office365 Groups. In this blog we are going to check how to retrieve the inactive Office365 Groups.
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