As organizations roll out Microsoft Teams in an effort to maintain collaboration while working remote, what should be considered from an Information Governance and privacy perspective? Who should take the lead on determining the features and functionalities that best fit the organization? Elizabeth Adkins, Director of Information Governance at Grant Thornton, answers these questions and more.
As remote work continues amid the pandemic, Microsoft 365 Teams can be a useful tool. However, Teams can also be an information governance and privacy nightmare. This week on P3 - the Project Privacy Podcast - Elizabeth Adkins, Director of Information Governance at Grant Thornton, breaks down the many considerations when rolling out Teams in an organization.
Elizabeth brings decades of information governance and records management expertise and shares tips and tricks for making the most out of Microsoft Teams, all while keeping governance, compliance, and privacy top of mind.
As stay-at-home orders and social distancing regulations rolled out across the globe, companies of all sizes had to very quickly transition from in-office activities to working remote. Organizations turned to tools such and Microsoft Teams in an effort to maintain collaboration and productivity. But with a sudden roll-out of Teams, there’s a lot to think about from a governance perspective.
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