Governance and Compliance can be a complex subject, especially in the context of modern collaboration. While cloud services and mobility have improved productivity and collaboration, it has also become essential to secure and monitor that data and protect sensitive information on-premises, across devices, SaaS applications, and cloud services. Kat Greenan provides more context around retention policies, specifically for Microsoft Teams, to remain compliant.
Adaptive scopes are a new way to dynamically target sets of locations (sites, users, and groups) for Microsoft 365 retention policies. In this article, we discuss the basics of adaptive scopes and how to build the filters used in the scopes, and then how to use adaptive scopes in retention policies. Adaptive scopes are well suited to the kind of processing needed by large enterprises, which is good because they required Office 365 E5 licenses.
On September 30, 2021, IT pros and developers from South Africa are coming together once again to host the first online Azure Bootcamp event! User Group Leads will bring you the latest information and features about Azure and Cloud Computing. The online event is free and hosted live on Twitch.
Microsoft 365 Compliance with Erica Toelle Erica Toelle, Senior Product Manager for Information Governance + Records Management at Microsoft, joins us to talk Compliance. We discuss – What’s the most useful feature in Microsoft 365 compliance that people often miss? How has compliance in Microsoft 365 changed over the years, from the earlier days of […]
When it comes to eDiscovery and which solution is right for your organization, “you get what you pay for.” Microsoft 365 services are no different – you’re either willing to pay for them or you aren’t. Some organizations will not need or want to pay for Advanced eDiscovery, while others will find it an essential purchase. Regardless of which camp your organization resides in, Microsoft provides customers with the flexibility to choose between two eDiscovery tools best suited for your needs.