Which method to use when provisioning Microsoft Teams

Yes, the title is a play on words; namely the overused “which tool to use when” that circulates around Office 365.

When it comes to provisioning Microsoft Teams teams, there are a few different approaches available to managing (more so, restricting) the potential sprawl of teams that get created.

In my latest post for AvePoint (which is actually a sampler from my Teams in Education eBook, but is applicable to most organisations), I talk through the approaches available for provisioning teams, and what’s good and bad about each.

Microsoft Teams in Education eBook

As of today my eBook “Microsoft Teams for Education Institutions” is now available free to download! The eBook was written in conjunction with AvePoint and covers a number of topics:

  • Opportunities for Teams in education
  • Best practices for preparing for Teams adoption
  • Best practices for naming teams in Microsoft Teams (you can get a taste of the first chapter here)
  • Best practices for creating & provisioning Microsoft Teams
  • Best practices for securing & managing data
  • Best practices for Teams lifecycle management

Or register to download the whole eBook here.

I appreciate AvePoint supporting me in writing this eBook as it covers a number of topics I talk about on a regular basis when it comes to Microsoft Teams (regardless of industry), and a number of things that are often overlooked by organisations looking to use Microsoft Teams.