Microsoft 365 migration on your terms with new improvements to the SharePoint Migration Tool

We’re excited to announce new improvements to the SharePoint Migration Tool for the month of February.

Designed to be used for migrations ranging from the smallest set of files to a large scale enterprise migration, the SharePoint Migration Tool will let you bring your information to the cloud and take advantage of the latest collaboration, intelligence, and security solutions with Office 365.

Over the past several months we’ve been continually working to add features to the SharePoint Migration Tool to help you accelerate your journey to Microsoft 365, from support for full site migrations, to incremental improvements to the user experience – the SharePoint Migration Tool is designed to support migrations of all sizes. This month we’re adding some exciting new improvements to help you on your journey to the cloud.

Improvements this month include:

Managed Metadata Service support

If you have an existing taxonomy in SharePoint Server 2013, the SharePoint Migration Tool can now migrate your content types and term stores to Office 365. Global term store migration requires global tenant admin permissions.

Web Parts Support, Site Navigation, and more…

The SharePoint Migration Tool has continuously improved to support more complex migration requirements. From a humble beginning of accelerating files migration to incremental improvements leading up to complete SharePoint 2013 site migrations. Now using the SharePoint Migration Tool you can migrate just about every element of SharePoint sites that you care most about including Web Parts, Pages, and site navigation!

For a detailed list of improvements in this release, refer to the release notes at https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointmigration/new-and-improved-features-in-the-sharepoint-mig….

If you’re new to the SharePoint Migration Tool, keep reading below to learn more about how you can transform your business by bringing it to the cloud.

About the SharePoint Migration Tool

The SharePoint Migration Tool is designed to simplify your journey to the cloud through a free, simple, and fast solution to migrate content from on-premises SharePoint sites and file shares to SharePoint or OneDrive in Office 365.  The SharePoint Migration Tool allows you to accelerate your journey to Office 365 overcoming obstacles typically associated with migration projects.  With the SharePoint Migration Tool you can evaluate and address the information that matters the most to your organization, the Libraries, and now Lists that form the foundation of the SharePoint experience.  Using the SharePoint Migration Tool you can start your migration today and take advantage of the full suite of features and security capabilities that Office 365 offers.

Keep reading to learn more about the SharePoint Migration Tool or download the latest version now at https://aka.ms/SPMT.

Getting Started

You can download the SharePoint Migration Tool at http://aka.ms/SPMT.  Through v3 of the SharePoint Migration Tool you’ll have available to you the innovation we’re delivering to help you bring your information to the cloud and take advantage of the latest collaboration, intelligence, and security solutions with Office 365.

What’s next…

Through continued innovation across migration scenarios we’ll be adding more capabilities over time to the SharePoint Migration Tool, including support for more SharePoint versions, site structure migrations, and more.  Subscribe here to stay up to date on future announcements for SharePoint and Office 365.

Wrapping Up…

Whether you’re looking to migrate from file shares on-premises to SharePoint or OneDrive or from on-premises versions of SharePoint, the SharePoint Migration Tool is designed to support the smallest of migrations to large scale migrations with support for bulk scenarios.

Learn more about migrating to Office 365 at https://resources.techcommunity.microsoft.com/cloud-migration/.

Learn more about the SharePoint Migration Tool at https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Introducing-the-SharePoint-Migration-Tool-9c38f5df-300b-4ad….

Prepare your environment for migration using the SharePoint Migration Assessment Tool by learning more at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53598.

Kick start the new year and your cloud migration with new SharePoint Migration Tool improvements

We’re excited to announce new improvements to the SharePoint Migration Tool for the month of January.

Designed to be used for migrations ranging from the smallest set of files to a large scale enterprise migration, the SharePoint Migration Tool will let you bring your information to the cloud and take advantage of the latest collaboration, intelligence, and security solutions with Office 365.

Improvements this month include:

A new, updated UI aligned with the Office 365 user experience

This release of the SharePoint Migration Tool includes improvements to the user interface with a new, simplified control service more aligned to the visual themes of SharePoint Online.

Ability to start new migrations without having to restart the SharePoint Migration Tool

Now in this release of the SharePoint Migration Tool you can start new migrations without having to restart the migration tool.

Improved interaction flow including simplified setting review experience

More easily access and view the settings needed to support your migration scenario with a new simplified interaction flow and review experience.

About the SharePoint Migration Tool

The SharePoint Migration Tool is designed to simplify your journey to the cloud through a free, simple, and fast solution to migrate content from on-premises SharePoint sites and file shares to SharePoint or OneDrive in Office 365.  The SharePoint Migration Tool allows you to accelerate your journey to Office 365 overcoming obstacles typically associated with migration projects.  With the SharePoint Migration Tool you can evaluate and address the information that matters the most to your organization, the Libraries, and now Lists that form the foundation of the SharePoint experience.  Using the SharePoint Migration Tool you can start your migration today and take advantage of the full suite of features and security capabilities that Office 365 offers.

Keep reading to learn more about the SharePoint Migration Tool or download the latest version now at https://aka.ms/SPMT.

Getting Started

You can download the SharePoint Migration Tool at http://aka.ms/SPMT.  Through v3 of the SharePoint Migration Tool you’ll have available to you the innovation we’re delivering to help you bring your information to the cloud and take advantage of the latest collaboration, intelligence, and security solutions with Office 365.

What’s next…

Through continued innovation across migration scenarios we’ll be adding more capabilities over time to the SharePoint Migration Tool, including support for more SharePoint versions, site structure migrations, and more.  Subscribe here to stay up to date on future announcements for SharePoint and Office 365.

Wrapping Up…

Whether you’re looking to migrate from file shares on-premises to SharePoint or OneDrive or from on-premises versions of SharePoint, the SharePoint Migration Tool is designed to support the smallest of migrations to large scale migrations with support for bulk scenarios.

Learn more about migrating to Office 365 at https://resources.techcommunity.microsoft.com/cloud-migration/.

Learn more about the SharePoint Migration Tool at https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Introducing-the-SharePoint-Migration-Tool-9c38f5df-300b-4adc-8fac-648d0215b5f7.

Prepare your environment for migration using the SharePoint Migration Assessment Tool by learning more at https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=53598.

 

Migrating to Microsoft Teams using the SharePoint Migration Tool

The SharePoint Migration Tool lets you migrate lists or files from your SharePoint on-premises document libraries or from your on-premises file shares and easily move them to either SharePoint, OneDrive or Microsoft Teams in Office 365. It is available to Office 365 users.

Designed to be used for migrations ranging from the smallest set of files to a large scale enterprise migration, the SharePoint Migration Tool will let you bring your information to the cloud and take advantage of the latest collaboration, intelligence, and security solutions with Office 365.

Microsoft Teams and SharePoint File Storage

With Microsoft Teams you can create a more open, digital environment. Microsoft Teams is a chat-based workspace that brings together people, conversations, content and tools—creating a more open, digital environment. Threaded conversations make it easy to understand what each employee is referencing, and employees can co-author and collaborate on Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote documents without ever leaving the app.

Microsoft Teams and SharePoint team sites are each organized by project, organization, topic, or other area of interest for a group of people.  Similar to traditional SharePoint implementations within organizations, Microsoft Teams and its channels will often align to the same information architecture.

The relationship with SharePoint drives this structure in that each Microsoft Team automatically has a modern SharePoint site associated with it; that’s where channel documents are stored. Each channel is associated with a folder in the SharePoint site’s document library. In addition, files sent between users outside of a Teams channel are stored in the sender’s OneDrive for Business folder.

Files are at the center of collaboration, using the SharePoint Migration Tool you can quickly and easily start taking advantage of Microsoft Teams through migrating your on-premises content to Microsoft Teams libraries and folders.

Migrating SharePoint 2013 documents to the Microsoft Teams Default Document Library

  1. Start the SharePoint Migration Tool, and then click Next.
  2. Enter your Office 365 username and password, and then click Sign in.
  3. Select Choose a source and destination.
  4. Select SharePoint Server (on-premises).
  5. Enter the SharePoint Server 2013 site URL where your data is currently located. Click Next.
  6. Enter your username and password to the SharePoint Server site; username must use the format of someone@example.com. Click Sign in.
  7. Choose the document library where your files are located. The drop-down list will contain all your possible choices.
  8. Enter the URL of the SharePoint Online site where you want your files migrated.
  9. Select the document library to where your files will be moved.
  10. Click Add. This task will be added to the list. If you want to select another set of data files to migrate, click Choose a source and destination.

Migrating File Shares to the Microsoft Teams Default Document Library

  1. Start the SharePoint Migration Tool, and then click Next.
  2. Enter your Office 365 username and password, and then click Sign in.
  3. Select Choose a source and destination.
  4. Select File share.
  5. Enter the path of the file share where your data is located. Click Next.
  6. Enter the URL of the SharePoint Online site where you want your files migrated, and then enter your username and password to the SharePoint Server site. Click Sign in.
  7. Choose the document library to where your files will be moved.
  8. Click Add. This task will be added to the list. If you want to select another set of data files to migrate, click Choose a source and destination.
  9. When you have finished selecting your sources, click Migrate.

Migrating File Shares, Home Directories, or SharePoint 2013 documents to Microsoft Teams to Channel Folders

Using the SharePoint Migration Tool you can migrate content to the Microsoft Teams default document library as described in the previous steps, in addition to Microsoft Teams channels. Migrating to Microsoft Teams channels requires using either the CSV or JSON bulk migration option with the SharePoint Migration Tool.

To use a JSON or CSV file for bulk migration

  1. Open the SharePoint Migration Tool, and then click Next.
  2. Enter your Office 365 username and password, and then click Sign in.
  3. Select JSON or CSV file for bulk migration. Enter the location of your file, or click Choose File to locate it. Click Add.

Assuming a SharePoint on-premises migration to the General channel folder as illustrated earlier this example shows how it would appear in a .txt file.

Sample (csv):

Source,SourceDocLib,SourceSubFolder,TargetWeb,TargetDocLib,TargetSubFolder

C:MigrationTeststestfiles,,,https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/Finance/,SharePoint Documents,General

https://sharepoint2013.com/sites/contosoteamsite/,DocumentLibraryName,DocLibrarySubfolder_name,https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/Finance/,SharePoint Documents,General

Sample (JSON):

{
   "Tasks":[
      {
         "SourcePath":"https://sharepoint2013.com/sites/contosoteamsite/",
         "TargetPath":"https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/Finance",
         "Items":{
            "Lists":[
               {
                  "SourceList":"SharePoint Documents",
                  "TargetList":"Shared Documents, General"
               }
            ],
         }
      },
   ]
}

For more information on how to create a JSON or CSV file for data content migration, see How to format your JSON or CSV file for data content migration.

  1. If your JSON or CSV file is successfully added without errors, the job will be added to your list of sources and destinations.
  2. If you want to select another set of data files to migrate, click Choose a source and destination.
  3. When you have finished selecting your sources, click Migrate.

Learn more about the SharePoint Migration Tool and the different ways it can help to accelerate success in Office 365 at https://aka.ms/spmt.

What’s new and what’s coming w/ SharePoint & OneDrive Security, Compliance, & Administration – October 2018

What’s new and what’s coming with SharePoint & OneDrive Security, Compliance, and Administration – October 2018 Edition

In today’s complex and regulated environment, businesses need to focus on building more secure solutions that deliver value to their customers, partners, and shareholders—both in the cloud and on-premises.

Microsoft has been building enterprise software for decades and running some of the largest online services in the world. We draw from this experience to keep making SharePoint and OneDrive more secure for users, by implementing and continuously improving security-aware software development, operational management, and threat-mitigation practices that are essential to the strong protection of your services and data.

SharePoint and OneDrive are uniquely positioned to help you address these evolving security challenges. To begin with, Microsoft has continued to evolve with new standards and regulations. This has been a guiding principle as we think about security for SharePoint and OneDrive. Right alongside that principle is this one: There is no security without usability. If security gets in the way of productivity, users will find a different, less secure way to do their work.

At Microsoft Ignite 2018 we announced many of the new capabilities that are available now and coming soon to Office 365.

NOTE This is the first of regular monthly updates for what’s new and what’s coming with security, compliance, and administration in SharePoint and OneDrive.

Unified Labels

Unified labels in Microsoft 365 provide you a more integrate and consistent approach when creating labels and configuring and applying policies to protect and govern information across devices, applications, cloud, and on-premises locations. Unified labels provide a single location to create and configure data sensitivity labels for both Azure Information Protection and Office 365, so you can set up protection and retention labels and policies in the same place.

Unified labels in Microsoft 365 are available now.

SharePoint site classification labels

Across your organization, you probably have different types of content that require different security requirements to comply with industry regulations and internal policies.

Using Microsoft Information protection labels you can now apply consistent security and access policies to SharePoint Sites based on the sensitivity of the site. You can create sensitivity labels and associate them with policies in the new Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance Center. You can then apply these labels to files, emails, groups, Sites and Teams to automatically enforce consistent policies across your content.

SharePoint site classification labels will begin rolling out to Targeted Release in December 2018.

Automation application of retention labels

Data is your company’s most important asset, with the automatic application of retention labels you can ensure your most important assets are compliant to meet your corporate or regulatory requirements.  These retention labels can be created by importing the content types that you already use in SharePoint to help streamline the application of retention policies across all your content in SharePoint.

Content type to label support will begin rolling out in November 2018.

Label analytics

Information is growing at exponential rates and we’re making it easier for you to stay informed on how retention and sensitivity labels are being used to classify, retain, and protect your organization’s content in the cloud.

Using label analytics you can now get insights into how content is being labeled, including which labels are used most, and what emails and files they’re being applied to and also explore user activity to identify who’s been applying labels, investigate unusual trends, and more.

Label analytics will begin rolling out in Q4 2018.

File plans

Office 365 already provides data governance labels to establish rules for records management and retention.  Later this year we’ll be augmenting those with hierarchical file plans, allowing you to manage a range of retention labels with identifiers, departments, categories, statutory references and more.  File plans can be exported from Office 365 for easy editing in Excel, and then reimported to update label rules.

Files plans will begin to be available in Q4 2018.

Files Restore for SharePoint and Microsoft Teams

Data loss is non-negotiable, today we announced Files Restore for SharePoint and Microsoft Teams.

Files Restore is now available for SharePoint document libraries, protecting your shared files in SharePoint, Teams, Outlook groups, and Yammer groups connected to Office 365 groups and uses the same recovery capabilities that protect your personal files in OneDrive for Business.

Files Restore is a complete self-service recovery solution that allows site administrators restore document libraries from any point in time during the last 30 days and rewind changes using activity data to find the exact moment to revert to.

Files Restore for SharePoint and Microsoft Teams will begin rolling out to Targeted Release in December 2018.

Multi-geo capabilities for SharePoint

Multi-geo capabilities with SharePoint support your global data residency needs by storing SharePoint data in more than one selected Office 365 data center regions or countries. Microsoft commits to provide in-geo data residency, business continuity and disaster recovery for your core customer data at rest.

With multi-geo capabilities for SharePoint you can have a single Office 365 tenant that can span across multiple geos and enable a unified communication and collaboration experience across your global organization. You can migrate various on-premises satellites data silos into a single Office 365 tenant and at the same time meet your data residency needs. Your users are now connected to the people and content that matter most, regardless of where they work.

For IT, you can use powerful Office 365 admin tools to easily create and manage satellite sites and if needed move user data between geos to meet your data residency business needs. Get reports on where each user’s data is stored and audit trail of activities of all users in your global enterprise. Tailor sharing, security, and compliance policies separately for each geo—all from a familiar admin experience.

To learn more about Multi-Geo Capabilities in Office 365 see https://products.office.com/en-us/business/multi-geo-capabilities.

Multi-Geo capabilities with SharePoint Online are available now.

External sharing integration with Azure AD B2B

Last year at Ignite we introduced a new external sharing experience where recipients could access the shared content in a secure way by entering a one-time passcode sent to their email address without the need of creating or remembering passwords. This year, we’re taking it a step further by integrating the one-time passcode sign-in experience with the Azure AD B2B platform. This enables external users to exist in your Azure AD directory as Guests which can be managed in the way you are already familiar with. This integration also brings the one-time passcode experience when sharing SharePoint sites and lists with external user.

SharePoint admin center updates

At Microsoft Ignite, in addition to our security and compliance news, we announced several exciting new features coming to the new SharePoint admin center.

Make the new admin center your default admin center…

The new SharePoint admin experience provides a completely revamped SharePoint admin center that draws heavily on our modern principles… an administrative console designed to help IT achieve more, so their users can achieve more. If you’ve enjoyed using the new SharePoint admin center up until today, you now have the option to make the new SharePoint admin center your default experience while still being able to go back to the classic admin center if you need to.

Improved management experience for group-connected sites

Office 365 Groups is a service that works with the Office 365 tools you use already so you can collaborate with your teammates when writing documents, creating spreadsheets, working on project plans, scheduling meetings, or sending email. Now we’re making it easier to manage group-connected sites by allowing SharePoint administrators manage ownership, change sharing settings, and delete and restore sites.

Simplified hub site creation and association

Sites and data grow as your organization grows. With SharePoint hub sites, you can bring flexible, dynamic building blocks to your organization’s intranet – connecting collaboration and communication.  Now in the SharePoint admin center, you can manage existing hub sites in addition to creating hub sites and associating existing sites with a hub site.  These capabilities also extend to multi-geo scenarios.

Quickly customize and control the site creation experience

Creating sites is one of the most common tasks an administrator performs in many SharePoint environments, and we’ve made it easier to customize and control how sites are created.

New site creation options allow you to create sites on behalf of users and configure common settings such as language, time zone, and storage limit and for classic and communication sites you can now also specify their managed path.

In addition to these site creation controls, you now can specify global settings that apply to all site when they’re created too such as the time zone and site creation path and for organizations who want to control the site creation experience, you can enable or disable self-service site creation.

Improved site management experience

In response to your feedback, we’ve added more management controls across site management and storage, including a simplified view of your tenant-level storage usage and limit and the ability to switch to manual site storage management.

Additionally, in many cases you may want or need more than one or two administrators for a site collection.  In response to your feedback, we’ve now enabled the use of security groups as a site collection administrator in SharePoint Online.

Finally, we’re making it simpler to execute site actions by moving many of the common actions to the command bar rather than the site information panel.

Keep your information secure with improved access control and policies options

The freedom to work fluidly, independent of location has become an expectation as has the freedom to access email and documents from anywhere on any device—and that experience is expected to be seamless.  However, data loss is non-negotiable, and overexposure to information can have lasting legal and compliance implications.  IT needs to make sure that corporate data is secure while enabling users to stay productive in today’s mobile-first world, where the threat landscape is increasingly complex and sophisticated.

New updates to the SharePoint admin center include a consolidated view of access control policies to help safeguard your information.   On the new access control page, you can configure policies for unmanaged or non-compliant devices, configure the idle-session sign-out experience for users, as well as configure location policies to restrict or allow access to SharePoint Online from known IP ranges.

SharePoint admin center improvements will begin rolling out to Target Release in October 2018.

Learn more about how we secure your data with SharePoint and OneDrive in Office 365 and how customers are achieving success at https://aka.ms/SharePoint-Security.

 

 

SharePoint Virtual Summit 2018

Join us at the SharePoint Virtual Summit, for the live-stream coverage of the opening keynote at SharePoint Conference North America on May 21, 2018.

At this free online event, you will hear from Microsoft Corporate Vice President Jeff Teper and General Manager Seth Patton as they share the latest product innovations and roadmap across SharePoint, OneDrive, Yammer, Microsoft Teams, and Office 365.

See live demos illustrating how you can transform your workplace and learn how to tap into rich experiences across your intranet to inform and engage people. We’ll show how people can collaborate and work together, connect with expertise and knowledge across their organizations, and realize new ways to digitize business processes to enable an agile workforce.

When: Monday, May 21st, 9:00 am PDT
Add this to your calendar

Register today to reserve your seat at https://onlinexperiences.com/scripts/Server.nxp?LASCmd=AI:4;F:QS!10100&ShowKey=49205 or keep watching here on May 21st, 2018.  (Live stream and on-demand will be available at 09:00 A.M. on 5/21/2018).

https://mediastream.microsoft.com/events/2018/1805/SPCNA/player/SPCNA.html?cid=synd-TECHNETWB

Learn more about the SharePoint Virtual Summit 2018 and how to transform the way you work at https://resources.techcommunity.microsoft.com/sharepoint-virtual-summit-2018/.

Unmanaged Device Access Policies are Generally Available

In March 2017 we introduced device-based policies for SharePoint and OneDrive, that enable administrators to configure Tenant-level policies.

Device-based access policies for SharePoint and OneDrive help administrators ensure corporate data is not leaked onto unmanaged devices such as non-domain joined or non-compliant devices by limiting access to the content to the browser, preventing files from being taken offline, printed, or synchronized with OneDrive.

On September 1st, 2017 we continued to evolve our conditional access investments to address the ever-changing security landscape and business needs by introducing new levels of granularity with conditional access that allow administrators to scope device-based policies at the site collection level.  In addition, this granular policy can be configured to allow users on unmanaged devices to edit Office Online documents in the browser.

Today we’re pleased to say that these policies are now available worldwide, in addition to new site-scoped policies that are available with this update.  This is our major milestone in the conditional access policy journey in SharePoint and OneDrive.

In a world that’s mobile, social, and about getting things done you’re expected to manage a growing number of devices, both managed and unmanaged that can access corporate content.  The corporate boundary as a result, has shifted from the firewall to the employee.  The need for protecting access from the unmanaged devices is ever increasing. This unmanaged device access policy is the right solution for your need.

What’s new in this update?

In this update to device-based policies at the site collection level you can:

  • Blocks users from accessing sites or the tenant from unmanaged devices
  • Allows users to preview only Office file types in the browser
  • Allows office file types to be editable or read-only in the previewer
  • Based on the sensitivity of a site’s contents, admins can now set access control from unmanaged devices on different sites to be full access, limited access, or block access

In the demonstration above, the Tenant is configured with a permissive device access policy, allowing full access from unmanaged devices to include desktop apps, mobile apps, and browsers.  The Marketing site inherits the policy configured at the Tenant; however, the Legal site has a policy configured less permissive than that configured at the Tenant level.  In addition, members of the Marketing site, while limited to browser only access on unmanaged devices, can continue to edit content they have access to provide a seamless collaborative experience.

Configuring Device Access Policies Overview

For complete instructions on enabling device-access policies refer to the support documentation at https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Control-access-from-unmanaged-devices-5ae550c4-bd20-4257-847b-5c20fb053622?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US.

Unmanaged device access policies can be configured with SharePoint Online Management Shell.

Before you get started using PowerShell to manage SharePoint Online, make sure that the SharePoint Online Management Shell is installed and you have connected to SharePoint Online.

NOTE

The Tenant-level device-based policy must be configured to Full Access prior to configuring site-scoped policies.

  1. Connect-SPOService -Url https://<URL to your SPO admin center>
  2. $t2 = Get-SPOSite -Identity https://<Url to your SharePoint online>/sites/<name of site collection>
  3. Set-SPOSite -Identity $t2.Url -ConditionalAccessPolicy AllowLimitedAccess

The following parameters can be used with -ConditionalAccessPolicy AllowLimitedAccess for both the organization-wide setting and the site-level setting:

-AllowEditing $false Prevents users from editing files in the browser and copying and pasting file contents out of the browser window.

-LimitedAccessFileType -OfficeOnlineFilesOnly Allows users to preview only Office files in the browser. This option increases security but may be a barrier to user productivity.

-LimitedAccessFileType -WebPreviewableFiles (default) Allows users to preview Office files and other file types (such as PDF files and images) in the browser. Note that the contents of file types other than Office files are handled in the browser. This option optimizes for user productivity but offers less security for files that aren’t Office files.

-LimitedAccessFileType -OtherFiles Allows users to download files that can’t be previewed, such as .zip and .exe. This option offers less security.

External users, because they most likely use unmanaged devices, access will also be controlled when you use conditional access policies to block or limit access from unmanaged devices. If users have shared items with specific external people (who must enter a verification code sent to their email address) and you want those external users to access shared items from their devices, then you can exempt them from this policy by running the following cmdlet.

Set-SPOTenant -ApplyAppEnforcedRestrictionsToAdHocRecipients $false

Licensing

    1. This feature has a dependency on Azure Active Directory Conditional Access Policy.
    2. To learn more about Azure Conditional Access policies work, refer to https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/active-directory-conditional-access-azure-portal.

Resources

As workforces become more globally distributed and the productivity barrier extended beyond the firewall, device-access policies allow you to provide a seamless collaborative experience across an array of devices, both managed and unmanaged, while keeping your most sensitive content that way.  To learn more about security and compliance with SharePoint & OneDrive visit https://aka.ms/SharePoint-Security.

A new customer resource for SharePoint and OneDrive security and compliance news, training, and more

Security is at the heart of what we do…

Microsoft has been building enterprise software for decades and running some of the largest online services in the world. We draw from this experience to keep making SharePoint and OneDrive more secure for users, implementing and continuously improving security-aware software development, operational management, and threat-mitigation practices that are essential to the strong protection of your services and data.

Today we’re pleased to announce a new resource center where you can get the latest news on our security and compliance investments for SharePoint and OneDrive in addition to presentations, free training, eBooks and more.

Check out our new resource center at https://aka.ms/sharepoint-security to learn how we provide security you can trust and control you can count on. As always, we want your feedback on what you’d like to see and how we can improve these resources. Let us know what you think at secfeedback@microsoft.com.