Here are five ways that delaware’s Workspaces solution enhances the usage of Teams:
The interface allows you to designate the reason, objective, and main data for each Team created. The system detects duplicates, offers to join similar existing environments, and indicates the importance and usefulness of each piece of information provided by the user.
#2: Clean out
Requests to create new Teams are subject to validation to prevent unnecessary, duplicated or no longer used Teams. The archiving and deletion of obsolete Teams is also automated.
The content, tabs and various default directories can be set via templates, which are created by business owners themselves, according to their needs.
#4: Control access
Users automatically have access to the Teams they need based on their Active Directory groups. Users who change function can have their access updated and those leaving the company will have their access automatically deleted.
An outward sharing approval mechanism ensures that only the right people in-house can share with outside people. In addition, the automatic inactive guest cleanup and review mechanism prevents you from sharing data for too long or forgetting to stop making data available when a project is completed.
Adding the governance tool within your existing Teams environment can mean easier Teams roll-out, process-managed Teams creation, improved usage, and better data reliability—all of which leads to improved team efficiency and productivity.
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