On Friday 15th 2019 I was honored to speak at the North American Collaboration Summit. My session was on using Azure Information Protection and SharePoint (either on-premises or in the cloud) together.
Getting insights into sensitive information on Windows 10 machines is possible. It requires some work and licenses though.
Configuring your AzureIP Scanners became much easier with the new (preview) client and (preview) portal functions.
Some differences between Azure Information Protection and Office365 sensitivity labels.
What’s this all about? Consistent labeling, sensitivity, Azure Information Protection… This article explains some aspects.
Microsoft Ignite has offered us some, highly expected, new functions for Azure Information Protection. And one of the most requested is now in preview: a dashboard.
A hidden gem from SharePoint: Information Rights Management. Still to be used, even if unified labels are coming.
It’s been some time when I last looked at the AIP Scanner. So it’s time to revisit this great tool. And a new option for O365 message encryption as-well.
A quick workaround for sharing AzureIP protected content using Office 365. But beware: no guarantee on user-friendliness