In the course of setting up an Advanced eDiscovery demo, I made a discovery of my own: major differences between two versions of Microsoft’s AZCopy utility. Special thanks to my colleague RS for setting me straight and providing some screenshots. While I came across this in Advanced eDiscovery, I’m going to save details on that … Continue reading “AZCopy, New and Old”
Office 365’s eDiscovery options may appear simplistic at first, but they are in fact quite powerful.
I’ve written before about how an Office 365 Group or Team always includes a site collection, one that relies on the underlying Group membership for security boundaries. But, what does that look like under the hood? Here are some screenshots with commentary, from a quick dive I took with one of my co-workers. First, let’s … Continue reading “Membership in Teams/Groups Site Collections”
In the past few years, a new approach to data security has emerged: DCAP, short for Data-Centric Audit and Protection.
Put plainly, several functions in AOS require a place to put things…That “place” is called a Storage Policy.