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Understanding Access and Information Protection

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Today, people want to work anywhere on any device. How do you enable this, yet retain control and meet compliance requirements? In this session we take a look at how the Microsoft boundary control and information protection solutions allow you to have your cake, and eat it too!

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  • Brian Barkeraldie_lab aldie_lab

    What does the synopsis mean by "boundary control solutions"?

  • ADNortonadnorton Look into my eyes!

    @aldie_lab:I am guessing they mean third-party solutions but I want to see what they mean as well.

  • How does Direct Access play into this talk

  • I guess Windows Rights Management Services will play a big role, but as was noted in another venue, it's very easy to use a camera to take a picture of a screen or use a screen capture tool to copy a window. What can be done to meet compliance and regulatory mandates?

  • I'll be covering the breadth of offerings that come under AIP ... getting users access to corporate resources from any device, remote access, information protection.  Lots of new content to cover!

  • Now that the news has popped ... I'll be covering Web Application Proxy, ADFS, Work Folders, Workplace Join ... all the new bits that we showed in the PCIT keynote demo Smiley

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