Want to hear what Microsoft MVPs really think about the state of compliance in organizations? We invited eight of them to a panel discussion to find out what trends they see in compliance implementations, what are common issues they see, and what you can do to ensure successful compliance in your organization!
Rules-based recordkeeping is the most accurate method for classifying records. Bruce Miller, President of RIMtech Consulting, walks us through the benefits and challenges of this approach.
Some compliance examples of future trends include quantum computing, machine learning, IoT, and artificial intelligence. How will they impact you?
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.
The definition of what is considered a “Record” has seen rapid change in the last few years with the growth of technology in the organization. If we think back 10 or 20 years ago, records were just about electronic and physical documents, and were largely sourced from “on-premise” document management systems, file shares and physical locations. A growing contributor to this has been the proliferation of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) polices.