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Changes to meeting recordings - saved to OneDrive and SharePoint instead of Stream

Author: Microsoft Announcement – MC222640

…We’re changing the storage for new Teams meeting recordings to be stored on, and served from, OneDrive and SharePoint (ODSP) - instead of Microsoft Stream (Classic). Customers are able to opt in, opt out, or take no action with regard to these changes…
…Early to mid-November (Rolling out between November 1 -15 , 2020) – All new Teams meeting recordings will be saved to OneDrive and SharePoint unless you delay this change by modifying your organization’s Teams Meeting policies and explicitly setting them to “Stream”…
…All meeting invitees - except for external users – in non-channel meetings will automatically get a shared link to access the meeting recording…

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Editor Comment:

This is a follow-up to my recent blog on the new Teams meeting recording functionality and the potential eDiscovery impact you may encounter. Because this information was only sent to M365 admins and I could not find a public announcement, the link is to a public board where another kind techie posted the message content. If you are not tracking M365 announcements, major change updates and their roadmap, you need to. I have always joked that Microsoft releases were like turning an aircraft carrier, planned well in advance and usually following someone else’s lead. The pivot from enterprise software to cloud SaaS solutions has changed that supposition. Instead, I am seeing MSFT pushing hard to convert to a more ‘agile’ release model. My issue with this is that they are generally focused on end consumers rather than the potential impact on legal, compliance, security and HR stakeholders. Since the vast majority of my clients were early adopters of M365, that keeps me busy trying to make sure that these stakeholders are briefed on the changes and can update their policies and protocols to accommodate new data sources popping up in unexpected places.

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