It’s easy to focus on just Exchange, or SharePoint, or OneDrive and Teams.
I can manage these in Azure or in Office 365.
I’ve written before about labels in Office 365. In this post, first of three in a series, I’m going to go a bit deeper into how the two types of labels, Security and Compliance Sensitivity and Retention, have developed over time, and where Microsoft is headed next. As I’ve mentioned before, Sensitivity and Retention are … Continue reading “Office 365 Labels (1 of 3): Compliance”
This is a quick post outlining the distinction between Office 365 labels and label policies. While the screenshots are from Sensitivity labels and label policies, the basic concept applies to compliance labels and label policies as well. In the following screenshot, I have seven Sensitivity labels defined. Remember Sensitivity labels describe and prescribe how labeled … Continue reading “Office 365 Labels vs Label Policies”
Thursday. As the week wore into progressively deeper-dive sessions, I watched some livestreams on new features in Teams, as well recaps of the new Compliance Center and Compliance Score. In my current role, we’re all very excited about the Service Trust Portal, and you can expect some more posts about that. Microsoft continues to push … Continue reading “Microsoft Ignite 2019 – Day 4”
Hump Day was largely about Iaas-based technologies and incremental improvements – sessions on using search and classification capabilities to de-duplicate date, manage cybersecurity risks, along with improvements to .NET for developers. If there was one theme, it was “secure your data”, whether through threat protection, data governance, or identity management. You can find a complete … Continue reading “Microsoft Ignite 2019 – Day 3”
And seriously, the new capabilities of security and compliance are amazing.
. . .life without governance is like driving a car with no steering wheel and no brakes.
In the past few years, a new approach to data security has emerged: DCAP, short for Data-Centric Audit and Protection.