Video is an extremely powerful communication mechanism and this month I’m going to take you through the Stream video service that is part of Office 365. You’ll get a better understanding of exactly what Stream is and how it can be used in your business.
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CIAOPS Need to Know Webinar – August 2018
Wednesday 29th of August 2018
11am – 12am Sydney Time
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Brenton speaks with Tas Gray and Cam Male about their recent experiences at the Microsoft Inspire conference in Las Vegas. We get to hear what it is like for two first timers to attend one of the biggest Microsoft events of year. We also get to hear the learnings and take aways that Tas and Gray gained from attending. Of course, Brenton and I also update you with all the latest news from the Microsoft Cloud so download, plug in, sit back and enjoy yet another episode of the Need to Know podcast from the CIAOPS.
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Many people don’t seem to appreciate that most SharePoint sites in Office 365 are configured for sharing outside the organisation by default. This is designed to allow external parties to more easily access common content.
This means that generally, by default, users of those SharePoint sites (which includes Microsoft Teams) are going to be able to share links to that information. You can obviously disable this if you want, but generally, by default, sharing is enabled.
An easy way to see what the sharing status of your sites is current set to is to run the following PowerShell command after connecting to SharePoint Online:
get-sposite | Select-object url,sharingcapability
This will show you the one of following results:
Disabled – external user sharing (share by email) and guest link sharing both disabled
ExternalUserSharingOnly – external user sharing (share by email) enabled, but guest link sharing disabled
ExistingExternalUserSharingOnly – (DEFAULT) Allow sharing only with external users that already exist in organisation’s directory
ExternalUserAndGuestSharing – external user sharing (share by email) and guest link sharing both enabled
You can then go and make any adjustments you need to.