Everything you need to know about physical records and paper records management, including key terms, definitions, process overview & how to be successful.
Records365 makes it easy to understand how to apply retention policies, avoid retention policy conflicts, and fix conflict errors, saving records managers significant time to spend on more strategic risk management initiatives.
RecordPoint covers the principles of retention by describing how Office 365 and Records365 handles retention policy conflicts.
This article dives deep into how retention policies work in Office 365 Advanced Data Governance, and how to create them within the Office 365 environment.
How does Advanced Data Governance (ADG) Labels in Office 365? We discuss how ADG labels work in real-life deployments and how RecordPoint can help.
Office 365 labels are a part of the Advanced Data Governance (ADG) suite of tools. While labels help classify content across Office 365 services, ADG ensures you keep that data you need in your organization. Here, we’ll you a step-by-step guide on how to use Advanced Data Governance labels in Office 365.
Why should you consider migrating to a compliant modern workplace? RecordPoint breaks down what a compliant modern workplace looks like, and delivers ten reasons why migrating is essential to your records management and compliance strategy.
RecordPoint’s compliant migration service is designed to fix migration challenges so organizations can get to a compliant modern workspace platform quickly.
RecordPoint uses labels for rules, categorizes content and applies events across multiple labels and systems to enhance event based retention in Office 365.
RecordPoint shows how the new event-based retention feature works in Office 365 and what it means to your Office 365 implementation.