Information Protection in 2013: Customer Readiness and Implementation Considerations

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Microsoft offers Active Directory Rights Management Service (ADRMS) in Windows Server today. Windows Azure Active Directory Rights Management is a new service from Microsoft that is tightly integrated with Microsoft Office and Office 365. These two services combine to support layered information protection offers such as: Office, Exchange DLP, File Classification, SharePoint Secure Libraries, and more. These offers support seven platforms with mobile applications, offer generic protection of all file types, business-to-business secure collaboration, and the ability to quickly deploy information protection services on-premises by leveraging cloud infrastructure. This hybrid offer enables HSM-based key storage, secure B2B collaboration, and enables your organization to maintain their documents on-premise if so desired! This second of two talks delves deeper into preparing for these offers as well as implementation considerations. Part 1 (Information Protection in 2013: Hybrid RMS, Generic Protection, and iOS/Android/WinRT Support) is a prerequisite for this session.

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