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Governance is the set of policies, roles, responsibilities, and processes that control how your organization’s business divisions and IT teams work together to achieve its goals. Every organization has unique needs and goals that influence its approach to governance. And these can be asserted across Microsoft 365 teamwork tools like SharePoint, Teams, Planner, Stream, Outlook, Yammer and Office 365 Groups (powered by Azure Active Directory (AAD)).
Your organization might require that you implement strict controls on how these teamwork tools are used; naming and classification (sites, groups, files, calendars, etc.); whether guests can be added as team members, and who can create them. You can configure each of these areas and more. And we are here to help guide you to the best related customer evidence, documentation, blogs/articles, and videos – all found below in one place.
Keeping it all connected and secure is key to a consistent experience. Microsoft 365 teamwork is built on an intelligent fabric that provides a seamless connection between people and relevant content, with the Microsoft Graph, a single team identity across apps and services, and security and compliance with centralized policy management.
Teamwork customer evidence
Cummins revs up productivity and collaboration
with Office 365
“Today, we have an enterprise data management solution that adheres to our document classification and retention policies using Microsoft SharePoint Online. This is huge from a compliance perspective for Cummins.” – Josh Littrell, Director of Corporate IT – Cummins
H&P maximizes drilling performance by connecting employees across locations over Microsoft Teams
“Collaboration between our corporate office, district offices, and our rigs has always been an area we struggle to maintain … Teams has been the tool to help us bridge the gap.” – Cheryl Bartel, Manager of Platform Systems – Helmerich and Payne
Amtrak is all aboard with workplace modernization
“Project managers at Amtrak don’t just sit at their desks doing conference calls,” says Jenny Burg, Senior Director of Portfolio Governance in the EPMO at Amtrak. “They are out in the field supervising projects that span rail infrastructure, tunnels, bridges, stations, and mechanical back shops. Until Office 365 arrived, we didn’t have an efficient way to reach them.”
Qantas Airways uses Microsoft 365 to better connect airline personnel and people on the move
“Using technology to collaborate, share, and access data is critical for employees to feel like they can deliver the best experience for customers. That’s the value we get from Microsoft 365.” – Susan Doniz, Group CIO – Qantas.