Managing External Sharing in SharePoint Online
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Published on Friday, September 14, 2018

Confidence in information/document security and access understandably gets a lot of focus and attention when utilizing SharePoint Online. Sharing content with external stakeholders is also high on the requirements as well.

Knowing how to manage and balance external sharing in SharePoint Online is important to be aware of and understand. It's also important to revisit the policy and settings from time-to-time. Here's a good explanation of those settings to review and share to help manage external sharing in your instance: http://ow.ly/uUWY30lPbeJ.

 

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