Linked: Malicious Office 365 Apps Are the Ultimate Insiders
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Linked: Malicious Office 365 Apps Are the Ultimate Insiders

This is the danger. As someone who spends a lot of time working with M365, and with clients trying to manage those environments, apps are one area that scare me a little. This is one reason, as people get so used to apps being available and pushed out by their M365 admins, they stop being…

Linked: Hidden Dangers of Microsoft 365’s Power Automate and eDiscovery Tools
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Linked: Hidden Dangers of Microsoft 365’s Power Automate and eDiscovery Tools

Look, we’ve always had this issue in the eDiscovery space, in order to put data on hold, and collect it as part of a lawsuit, someone has to be able to access all of it. That means there has to be an account somewhere with unlimited access to both search, and collect, tons of data from your environment, as necessary.

As important as having the ability to do that when faced with litigation, there is also the danger inherent in having an account, and tools, with that level of access.

Soon Your Whole Life Will Be in Microsoft Teams, and That Might Not Be Good
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Soon Your Whole Life Will Be in Microsoft Teams, and That Might Not Be Good

This week, Microsoft announced some new features coming for Teams, including some specifically designed to help employees maintain some stress management and avoid burnout. Things like a virtual commute, and a partnership with Headspace for meditations.

Which is interesting for a business collaboration tool, right?

Linked: As workspace usage of Slack and Microsoft Teams soars, lawyers see an uptick in harassment claims
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Linked: As workspace usage of Slack and Microsoft Teams soars, lawyers see an uptick in harassment claims

I guess I could see this happening. Teams or Slack chats are real-time, people feeling angry might be tempted to voice their unfiltered opinions on them, much like we see on Twitter, etc. “If workers don’t feel they have a voice on serious issues, resentment can build, turning channels ugly. At the end of the…

Linked – The First Rule of Microsoft Excel—Don’t Tell Anyone You’re Good at It
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Linked – The First Rule of Microsoft Excel—Don’t Tell Anyone You’re Good at It

Are you great with Excel? Do you feel this way about it? “If someone tells you that they ‘just have a few Excel sheets’ that they want help with, run the other way,” tweeted 32-year-old statistician Andrew Althouse. “Also, you may want to give them a fake phone number, possibly a fake name. It may…