UK Virtual Roadshow Part II: Moving Content from Microsoft Teams to the DMS 4PM BST

When:  Sep 9, 2020 from 4:00 PM to 4:30 PM (GB)


The tremendous increase in the adoption of Microsoft Teams has helped organizations maintain collaboration and productivity while working remotely. While many organizations try to address provisioning and governance challenges in Microsoft Teams, they also face the challenge of securely & efficiently moving content from MS Teams to the DMS.

Whether it is organizational policy, client requests for data, or fulfilling Data Subject Access Requests (DSARs), organizations need an efficient way to transfer Microsoft Teams content to their DMS. Doing so manually and securely across hundreds or thousands of matters becomes inefficient, making automatic movement a necessity.

To address this challenge, you are invited to join Prosperoware on 9th September at 4pm BST to discuss challenges and best practices for moving content from Microsoft Teams to the DMS:
- Integrating Teams with iManage, NetDocuments and other content systems
- Efficiently moving content from Teams to the DMS
- Locating content in Teams for efficient content movement
- Identifying Teams with Matters and setting up a proper Teams structure
- Maintaining consistent governance across content in Teams


David Cassidy, Head of technology Travers Smith LLP
Chris Humphreys, Senior IT Infrastructure and Applications Manager, Fladgate LLP
Keith Lipman, CEO, Prosperoware

ILTA is pleased to deliver this virtual roadshow series in collaboration with our corporate partner Prosperoware.


Interested in other sessions on Microsoft Teams? Register for the other two sessions in this series listed below:
2nd September 4pm BST Challenges & Best Practices of Provisioning & Governing Microsoft Teams

17th September 4pm BST Microsoft Teams as a Secure & Governed Extranet

Please note, to complete the registration process you will be redirected to the organiser's Go To Meeting page to enter your details.


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