M365 Governance in 2023 with Martina Grom

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What are the new governance challenges in M365? Richard chats with Martina Grom about her ongoing work helping organizations provide governance over the growing surface area of Microsoft 365. Martina talks about the challenges around identity and multi-factor authentication and the improvements that Microsoft is making to MFA to make it easier for users to do the right thing. The conversation also turns to data loss prevention and the approaches to minimizing a company's legal exposure to data loss - starting with not storing data if you can avoid it! Martina also talks about the new challenges in governance with Power Apps, including the tools available to help sysadmins see what apps exist, how they touch data, and what privacy and security controls are in place. Governance is an ongoing effort!


Recorded December 13, 2022


Martina Grom works as IT-Consultant & is co-founder and CEO of atwork information technology. atwork is a software company and Microsoft partner located in Austria/Europe and is specialized in the development of online solutions. Martina founded atwork in 1999, she works in IT since 1995. Martina is recognized as an expert in Microsoft Office Online Services solutions and was one of the first eight MVP’s worldwide awarded in 2011 for her expertise in Office 365. She writes numerous articles and blogs, also for Austrian and German TechNet Blog. Her passion is online and social media, cloud computing and Office 365. Martina has been a Microsoft Regional Director since 2015. Martina consults companies on their way to the cloud. Her expertise is related to online technologies and here especially in Microsoft online services and Office 365. She helps companies in architecture planning toward cloud solutions, provides consulting and architectural planning of cloud projects and is one of the organizational heads of cloudusergroup for Germany, Austria, and Switzerland. Martina has a master degree in international business administration from the University of Vienna, Austria.

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