. . .a single client app you can train people to use, regardless of their operating system.
In this third and last in a series on Office 365 Labels, I’m going to go into detail about Unified Labels. While I mentioned them in my last post, here I’ll get into more detail about how to adopt them, as well as muse on implications for ongoing management. For reference, here is the official … Continue reading “Office 365 Labels (3 of 3): Unified Labeling”
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”
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”
Office 365’s eDiscovery options may appear simplistic at first, but they are in fact quite powerful.
Working at AvePoint, I have had a lot of conversations about backups and archives. AvePoint makes solutions for both but, often as not, these conversations have a detour that runs something like this: “Senior management doesn’t see a need for a records solution, because we’re backing up every day.” Or: “For now we’re not bothering … Continue reading “Archives =/= Backups”
. . .life without governance is like driving a car with no steering wheel and no brakes.
. . . time again with customers is that in order to implement labels well, at least three separate teams are involved, often defined as IT, Security, and Records.
I used examples from what we’ve done at work, where we’ve been using Microsoft Teams for about a year.