File Servers: Using the File Classification Infrastructure to Solve Common Problems
Data contained in File Servers is completely opaque to administrators. The requirements introduced by corporate GRC and compliance rules require administrators to understand what kind of data they have and set up automatic policies. With the Windows Server 2008 R2 File Classification infrastructure, administrators now have a tool to help them get insight and set up automated policies to manage and protect files. This session explores how to deal with such common problems as: getting rid of data from users who have left the company; protecting personal information; and file server storage optimization.
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