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In the modern workplace, moving between tools and platforms should be fairly seamless. When using OneDrive and SharePoint, end users expect to be able to not only work from anywhere, but to also have access to their content whenever and wherever needed. The expectation is that sharing content should be native to every collaboration and productivity tool and service, period. Even with this important role within the Office 365 platform, some customers want to limit – or disable – this capability. A walk-through of the functional and governance implications of disabling sharing within Office 365. Slides from THR2053 at Microsoft Ignite 2019 (#MSIgnite) in Orlando walking Presented by Microsoft RD + MVP Christian Buckley (@buckleyplanet).