MTC Weekly Roundup – September 16

Happy Friday, MTC! I hope you all had a smooth and easy week. Can you believe September is already halfway over? I don’t know about you, but I am SO ready for the change in seasons.


But before we get there, let’s review what’s been going on in the community this week.


MTC Moments of the Week


To kick things off, we want to spotlight our newest MTC Member of the Week, @Dan Snape – a longtime member of the MTC and helpful contributor to the Exchange forum! Way to go, Dan!


This week, we kicked off season 2 of Windows in the Cloud with a brand new episode featuring @JeremyChapmanMechanics from Microsoft Mechanics and @Christiaan_Brinkhoff from the Windows 365 Engineering team. In this episode, they cover everything you need to know about Windows 365 and how the service differs from traditional virtualization solutions on the market. Be sure to check it out and catch up on last season on demand any time!


Over on the blogs, @Christophe Fiessinger shared a post about ways to reduce your data security blind spots with the new ‘Report a concern’ feature offered in Microsoft Purview Communication Compliance. Check out the article to learn more about this feature and how to empower your users to help report potential security risks to your organization.


Unanswered Questions – Can you help them out?


Every week, users come to the MTC seeking guidance or technical support for their Microsoft solutions, and we want to help highlight a few of these each week in the hopes of getting these questions answered by our amazing community!


@Sylvie Letourneau is seeking advice to resolve a conflict of SharePoint permissions between external guests and anonymous users in order to access intranet sites and documents.


And over on the Microsoft Viva forum, @IngoHampe is looking for help with creating hierarchy levels in Viva Goals.


Next Week in Events – Mark Your Calendars!


Windows Office Hours – September 22, 08:00 AM – 09:00 AM (PDT)


And for today’s fun trivia fact… did you know that snails can hibernate, sleeping for periods of over 3 years?! To put that in perspective, bears normally hibernate for 4-7 months! Wild, right?



Well, that’s all I have for you today! Have a great weekend, everyone!



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