Benefits of Moving Your Records to the Cloud
Security in the Cloud
Records365 is built on Microsoft Azure, with data centres certified to the highest industry standards ISO/IEC 27001:2005 and SOC 1 and SOC 2 ensuring your data is safe. Choose from global locations to co–locate your records in the same data centre as your Office 365 tenant. All traffic between Records365 and Office 365 is encrypted, optionally data at rest can also be encrypted.
Built for Office 365
Records365, a world first cloud compliant Records Management Service built for Office 365 and OneDrive for business. Providing features that seamlessly control and automate record management for these content sources. Records365 gives you full control of your information lifecycle in the cloud, ensuring compliance and transparency with no impact to your end users.
Leverage the cost effectiveness and scalability of cloud-based records management. Moving to the cloud cuts out upfront hardware costs and the pain associated with maintenance, upgrades, and administration. Simplify your infrastructure and discover how our records as a service offering can provide your organization with turnkey compliance and records automation.
Records Management for Office 365
Records management for social platforms, ensuring seamless compliance across social media including Twitter, Yammer and Facebook. Minimize risks and upsize the social media opportunity using a centralized dashboard that provides in-place management for all your social properties.
Any Device Anywhere
Be confident that your records classification rules and retention schedule will be applied & enforced in a uniform manner across all locations and devices. Whether it’s desktop or mobile, the Records 365 platform accommodates any device anywhere, downplaying traditional BYOD concerns.
Cloud Rules Engine
Classify, retain and manage content by creating. Rules tie together one or more patterns with a specific outcome. Patterns are used to provide levels of specificity required to identify and group content. An outcome can be defined as a classification linked to a specific retention schedule or action.