As organizations adapt to new ways of working, they find themselves adopting and adapting new tools to meet their collaboration needs. For many companies, this has meant turning to Microsoft Teams as a centralized hub for communicating, sharing project resources and getting work done.
Teams is a powerful tool that allows remote workers to participate fully in workgroups, but this flexibility comes with new security responsibilities. IT professionals must make sure that Teams sites are fully secured and protected against unauthorized access. Here are six things you can do right now to lock down your organization’s Microsoft Teams deployment for secure remote work.