As I filtered through the 1700+ sessions leading up to Microsoft Ignite, I quickly knew that unless I was able to clone myself I would have some catching up to do. Rather than try to sort through all of the sessions again later, I made a playlist of sessions that I’d like to go back and watch.
The playlist is a compilation of 70+ videos and 24+ hours of content, mostly in the Azure and Office 365 arena since that is where a lot of my focus is these days. Is there a session that shouldn’t be missed? Feel free to let me know what should be added!
In a previous blog post, we discussed how to restore a deleted file or previous version of a file using the fully licensed version of Microsoft Teams. However, when using the free version the process is not exactly the same. You may notice that when looking through the options for your channel, the “Open in SharePoint Online” option does not exist. Continue reading →
Microsoft Teams has been a great tool for providing a better communication channel for our team. What happens, though, when someone deletes a file from a channel and you need to get it back? There is also a scenario where incorrect changes are made to a file and you need to restore a previous version. There isn’t currently a way to restore files or versions natively in the Teams app. Continue reading →
Most, if not all, organizations will encounter a time when electronic data discovery is required for one reason or another. Typically these reasons include review by Legal or HR personnel. In these times of need, the eDiscovery functionality in Office 365 can help facilitate the requests. Data from Exchange and SharePoint Online can be extracted, or placed on “hold” so that even deleted information is retained. Obtaining the data from Exchange Online is fairly straightforward, but there are some caveats to getting data from OneDrive. NOTE: The same process outlined below can be used for any SharePoint Online site. Instead of using a OneDrive URL, the site URL would be used instead.