Another great feature now become available in Microsoft Teams Preview – Information Barrier. This enables organization to prevent communicate between Teams within their own Office 365 tenant. The information barrier groups cannot be applied across tenants and using bots to add users is not supported in version 1. Information barrier policies also prevent lookups and discovery. This means that if you attempt to communicate with someone you should not be communicating with, you will not find that user in the people picker.
You might want to use information barriers in situations like these:
- A team must be prevented from communicating or sharing data with a specific other team.
- A team must not communicate or share data with anyone outside of the team.
In order to manage the Information Barrier policy you will need to use the Security and Compliance Centre (SCC) PowerShell cmdlets
The information barrier features is in private preview. When these features are generally available, they’ll be included in the following subscriptions;
- Microsoft 365 E5
- Office 365 E5
- Office 365 Advanced Compliance
- Microsoft 365 E5 Compliance
Microsoft Teams is firmly becoming the powerhouse that was sold at its initial launch and I can only this product becoming adopted a lot more by organisations
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