Microsoft Teams Policies Workshop!

Workshop Overview

Microsoft Teams usage has grown significantly over the last several months. However, when Teams is first enabled, almost everything is enabled by default.

Every Microsoft Teams administrator should have the knowledge to fine-tune their Microsoft Teams environment in a way that meets the needs of their organization. After all, you don’t want your users to get themselves into trouble, and being able to do things in Teams they shouldn’t do you?

In this workshop, you’ll learn all about configuring some of the key settings and policies that can be used to help govern Microsoft Teams and what your end users and guests are able to do.

Why? You want the best Microsoft Teams environment for your employees to use

When? January 12, 2020 from 7 am EDT – 7 pm EDT

Where? Online via Microsoft Teams

How much? $97

How many spots? Only 20!

How will it work?

  1. Most importantly, this will be limited to 20 people. I want to make sure that I have time for every person that registers. So this is a hard limit. Once I reach 20 registrants, there will be a waiting list if anyone cancels. If I get enough people on the waiting list, I may also schedule a second workshop.
  2. You can register and pay for the workshop using either of the registration buttons on this page.
  3. Once you’re registered and before the workshop starts, you’ll receive an invitation to a Microsoft Teams where all the resources above can be accessed and office hours will be hosted. When you get the invitation, you can join the Team and test your access immediately. The content won’t be available until the day of the workshop.
  4. Once the day of the workshop ends, you’ll have access to the Team for another 30 days, however, the chat will not be actively monitored.
  5. If you have any questions/problems registering, you can reach out via email at [email protected]

Still have questions? Use the “Contact” link in the header to send us an email and we’ll get back to you ASAP!

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About your Instructor

Ben Stegink is a Microsoft Certified Instructor (MCT), frequent trainer, and speaker at various Microsoft focused conferences and user groups. He is also the the owner and chief consultant at Intelligink, where he focuses on all things Microsoft Cloud – Microsoft 365 and Azure.  more than 8 years of experience with Office Microsoft 365. Since starting Intelligink, he has done worked with clients ranging from professional sports organizations, government organizations, and organizations ranging in size from as few as 25 employees up to organizations of several thousand employees spread around the globe.

Ben also co-hosts the popular Microsoft Cloud IT Pro Podcast where he discusses the latest technologies in the Microsoft 365 and Azure the perspective of an IT Pro.

You can find him on twitter @benstegink or online at