Aidan Finn talks about the new automatic management of tiered Azure blob storage by a new preview Azure feature called Lifecycle Management.
Aidan Finn discusses and demonstrates the new write once-read many (WORM) blob storage feature that Microsoft recently launched in preview.
Microsoft Teams has introduced a way for Office 365 tenants to archive teams. Basically you set the team to be read-only, a status that affects conversations and files. However, it doesn’t stop team members having read-write access to other group resources, like Planner or Power BI.
Microsoft is making it easier to keep Teams organized with a new archive option for historical content.
Now that so many apps (like Teams) create Office 365 Groups, it’s logical that some of the groups will serve their purpose and then need to be archived. Office 365 offers no way to do this, but conceptually it’s a reasonably easy task and something that PowerShell handles with aplomb.
Aidan Finn explains what Microsoft’s General Purpose v2 (GPv2) storage account is and how this is related to the general availability of tiered blob storage.
Microsoft recently launched a limited public preview of Archive Storage and Blob-Level Tiering in Azure storage accounts. What does this mean for Azure customers?
Exchange Online now boasts an “archive folder”, helpfully furnished to allow users to keep items they need to retain. Unless they have an archive mailbox. Or use Outlook auto-archive. It’s just a tad confusing.