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If you're familiar with Microsoft Teams, you probably know about its built-in archive feature. By visiting the Microsoft Teams Admin Center (you need to be a Teams administrator to do this), you can quickly archive a team, which removes it from the active list and makes it read-only.
The adoption rate of Microsoft Teams over the last few years has been nothing short of astonishing. In 2019, just prior to the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, Microsoft's collaboration platform had around 20 million users. As of 2022 (the most recent stats available), the number of active users sits at 270 million! This incredible growth is a testament to the benefits that Teams offers organizations—especially in an environment where many employees are working remotely.
Pagefreezer now offers Microsoft Teams archiving as part of its legal and compliance solutions.
Cyberbullying has become a prevalent issue since the internet's inception, and its various forms make it difficult to prevent. In this blog, we'll explore what cyberbullying is and how to prevent it.
The popularity of online channels—such as company websites, social media accounts, collaboration platforms, and messaging apps—grew steadily throughout the 2010s. But with the arrival of the COVID pandemic at the start of 2020, these online data sources became crucial to the day-to-day operation of countless organizations.
Given our work lives consume at least 40 hours of our finite time, it should come as no surprise that job seekers are spending more time researching companies before and during the application process—and preparing tough, strategic questions to ask interview panelists to ensure a perfect match. But what exactly should you be looking for when assessing whether or not a company is a great place to work? In the recent study, The Definitive Guide: Employee Experience, HR expert Josh Bersin and his team identified six key elements that drive exceptional employee experiences:
Amid the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide protests, many city and state government offices have seen a surge in open records requests. In some instances, the number of requests has doubled, and backlogged FOIA cases jumped nearly 18% in 2020 from 2019.
The right social media intelligence tools can be the key to finding that "smoking gun" in an ever-growing sea of online data. This blog looks at the top seven open-source intelligence (OSINT), or social media intelligence (SOCMINT), tools crucial for online investigations.
Undoubtedly, social media has transformed how we communicate and share information. That point is very relevant in these high-profile social media criminal cases, with open-source intelligence (OSINT) tools being the keys to finding long-awaited answers. The internet is full of great examples that showcase how investigators can solve crimes with the help of a post or shared photo on a social media platform.
Emergency management, incident response, election details, program announcements, updates to transportation routes, event promotions, funding decisions, and town hall management. These are just some of the many areas of responsibility that public information officers (PIOs) can be expected to manage. No matter the government agency they work for, PIOs are essential in fostering trust between communities and the government on a federal, state, and local level.