- What we do
- Who we work with
- Who we are
The global coronavirus crisis means it’s been a challenging start to the spring for everyone, but we’re going to carry on keeping you up-to-date with what’s happening in Office 365, including Microsoft Teams, OneDrive and SharePoint.
This month we look at tips for getting more productive with Microsoft Teams at home; new translation capabilities in SharePoint Online; file version history in OneDrive on the desktop, and a look at Office 365’s fantastic built-in task management app, To Do.
Don’t forget you can subscribe to our monthly update to make sure you never miss a thing.
In a hurry? You can also view a potted summary of this blog on YouTube:
Thanks to our team members James Mackerness, Maria Botha-Lopez and Stuart McLaughlin for their contributions to this round-up.
Thanks to the coronavirus crisis, many people have found themselves working from home with Microsoft Teams for the first time.
For this video, the team at CompanyNet have pulled together some of the things we’ve learned over the last couple of years using Teams. We hope it’ll help you stay productive and feel more comfortable using Microsoft Teams at home during this challenging period.
The team here at CompanyNet are experts in Microsoft Teams, Office 365 and remote working.
If you’d like some expert insight, advice or support during this time of great change, contact us now – we’ll be happy to chat through your needs and see how we can help.
Passwords, personal data and more – are your staff sharing more about your business than you think?
Security researchers recently found mountains of personally identifiable information (PII) which had been inadvertently made public through Trello, a web-based task management app.
This included passwords, bank account details, and people’s employment and medical details, all of which could have been exposed to anybody – including competitors and cybercriminals.
Trello lets you organise tasks using ‘boards’, which are initially set to ‘private’ by default. But many users changed their boards to ‘public’ in order to collaborate with colleagues – with the unintended side-effect of making them visible to anyone.
The employees involved didn’t deliberately make the information public, and therefore wouldn’t have realised the information was out there.
To compound the problem, Google’s search bot had thoroughly indexed Trello’s public boards, meaning they could be easily found using a standard web search.
The discovery was made by Craig Jones of cybersecurity company Sophos. It was discovered that one company had accidentally published performance ratings of 900 managers on a public Trello board.
Continue reading this post »
Here you’ll find insight on CompanyNet’s work, what’s happening in enterprise software, and the future of the workplace. It’s written by a variety of CompanyNet staff. If you’d like to talk to us about anything you see here, just drop us a line.
Microsoft Office 365 Future thinking Cloud Collective intelligence Intranets Business intelligence Digital Transformation Change Management (15) Office Technical Business Transformation 20th Anniversary Gold Partner Privacy Microsoft Inspire CRM Partners Director's Briefing Public Sector Training Websites
We haven't announced our next event yet - stay tuned!