How does rules-based record keeping work and how does it make life easier for end users? John Gunning, Head of Product for RecordPoint, answers these questions about federated information management and more.
Some compliance examples of future trends include quantum computing, machine learning, IoT, and artificial intelligence. How will they impact you?
Everything you need to know about physical records and paper records management, including key terms, definitions, process overview & how to be successful.
3 benefits that make records and information management beneficial for organizations. Records365 is a federated records management platform providing automated records management across various content sources, including cloud & on-premises.
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.
SharePoint folders versus metadata is a debate as old as SharePoint itself. Some people say folders are evil, and others say that sometimes, using folders make sense. Learn the pros and cons of using both and why using metadata is a better way to go.
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.