Taking the first module and outlining how Process, Governance and Policies, when brought together, ensure we present a practical approach to providing a well-governed M365 environment. This podcast looks at some of the first module content from their latest training workshop, 'Practical Microsoft 365 Baseline Governance' First presentation is at...
Techorama Belgium on May 15th https://techorama.be/workshops/practical-microsoft-365-baseline-governance/
The podcast explains all this and more,and this might be the funniest start yet...
Steve and Marijn wonder if the Double Entendre is evident to the listener, and Steve struggles to say penis because it feels wrong to say it on the podcast. The boys present the open content from their new governance course to be launched at
As always, Steve’s brain refuses to bring in names, so we want to say Sigourney Weaver, because he could not remember Dian Fossey, who worked with Gorilla until poachers killed her. And then he forgot the name of the Guy who invented the WWW... whom we will call James from the Internet.
Eventually, they get serious and explain how Microsoft, Harvard and Office365Distilled define governance... so GPT is to the rescue.
Steve reads through the Office365Distilled definition of Governance and identifies the core model from this definition.
Governance Office365Distilled style, covering 4 core areas as a DRDR Defined, Resources, Drivers, Results...
Defined by Policies, Procedures and Practices.
Resources that are used, Managed and Protected.
Drives the behaviour, Administrators, content and compliance.
Results are to maximise the benefits whilst minimising the risks.
We break down each of these areas and explain how, practically, these decisions and consequential definitions all bring a practical approach to Governance. And if you want to hear more, join us on May 15th in Antwerp, Belgium.
Creators and Guests
Microsoft MVP. Freelance Microsoft 365 expert focusing on user adoption and governance. Trainer. Licensed watchmaker.