Does your organization have access to the right archiving and retention capabilities for the many data types produced within Microsoft Teams?
The number of people using Microsoft Teams exploded during 2020, driven primarily by the global health pandemic that forced most information workers to work from home. User numbers leapt to 145 million in April 2021. Users are drawn to the collaboration feature set in Microsoft Teams, along with its integration into the wider productivity toolset in Microsoft Office365.
As users have flocked to Teams, compliance officers, information governance professionals, and other risk management decision-makers are asking whether they have access to the right archiving and data protection capabilities for the many data types produced within Microsoft Teams. While Microsoft offers some native capabilities for archiving and data protection for Teams, third-party archiving and data protection solutions offer a range of elevated capabilities that enable firms to fully satisfy the compliance and privacy regulations to which modern organizations find themselves subject.This white paper by Osterman Research delves into the following areas:
- Industry trends in the UCaaS space
- Archiving and data protection mandates
- Microsoft Teams Content to Capture
- When to consider third-party solutions