Category: Azure Active Directory – Rights Management Service

Azure Information Protection Scanner

Note: I’ve included a large-scale version for some of the pictures. Just click on the caption.  On Wednesday October 18th Microsoft introduced the public preview of the Azure Information Protection scanner. I was lucky enough to […]

Azure Information Protection and SharePoint Online working together

  Update August 26th 2017 I was made aware that there are more ways to integrate SharePoint and AzureIP or have them working together. I  did know of these, but decided to work from SharePoint […]

Azure Information Protection using email

In some of my previous blogs I’ve shown how you can classify and protect you content using Azure Information Protection. In these three short video’s I demonstrate how this works with emails and a mobile […]

Azure Information Protection & PowerShell

Azure Information Protection is a great tool for labelling and protecting sensitive content. In my previous blogs I showed you the end-user (functional) side of AIP as-well-as the administration side. And I want to focus […]

Azure Information Protection and RMS integration is here….

During presentations, sessions and demonstrations of Azure Information Protection, I sometimes need to explain the different screens involved. Because first of all, there’s the Azure Information Protection (AIP) adminportal. This is the portal you use […]

New Azure Information Protection add-in client

In my previous post about Azure Information Protection I concluded that Microsoft still had some work to do. One of my remarks was regarding the different add-ins for Office. At the time, I could install both […]

Azure Information Protection – preliminary roadmap

Hi all, In my previous posts I talked about Azure Information Protection. I’ve also done a presentation on the subject and plan to do more. One important question always arises: what’s Microsoft’s roadmap for AIP? […]