Microsoft has now included the ability to set a default sensitivity label within the E5 license (effectively making the ‘Microsoft Syntex Advanced Management’ license somewhat of an extension to E3).
The records management story within Microsoft 365 is still far from perfect. In this post, we concentrate on the two areas of Microsoft Purview Records Management that present the most significant opportunities for enhancement.
We collected some of the most frequently asked questions from clients to share (anonymised) answers with a wider audience. Some of them are more specific and technical, while others are more generic.
We’re delighted to announce that the KIM team at BEIS has received the “Team of the Year” award, at the IRMS Conference for their highly successful Microsoft Teams governance programme.
In this post, we discuss the settings provided on the Records Management Settings page and explain the effect of applying them in your tenant.
A significant change to the way that Retention Labels work is being released across SharePoint Online this August, which will help to make the way that retention is applied to content far more consistent across M365.
In this blog we explore approaches provided in Microsoft 365 for managing Microsoft Teams Chat and Channel Posts as records.
While much of the excitement around today’s announcement of new Microsoft 365 records management capabilities will focus on Multi-Staged Disposition Review, it’s certainly worth making sure that you don’t overlook Adaptive Scopes.
Following its formal introduction at Microsoft’s Ignite 2020 conference, we are finally able to talk publicly about SharePoint Syntex...
Rob Bath answered all the questions from his last webinar hosted by the IRMS on June 10.
When I speak to people outside of the Information Governance community about retention periods, they often think that I’m talking about the length of time before information should be deleted - but this is only half of the story. Retention periods aren’t only about the timely deletion...
Microsoft has been investing a lot of effort over the past 12 months into porting functionality from their legacy ‘Office 365 Security and Compliance Center’ into the new, separate ‘Microsoft 365 Security Center’ and ‘Microsoft 365...
It’s not easy to emphasise just how much of a step-change Project Cortex provides; it really could well be the most significant addition to Office 365 we’ve seen in years.
Over the past few months, the observant amongst you will have noticed the new ‘Records management’ section appear within Office 365’s Security & Compliance Center. This area collates some of the core EDRM functionality provided by Office 365 into a new shared space, providing a logical home for records management within Office 365, which I imagine will grow over time.
Content Types have been an integral part of pretty much every SharePoint solution I’ve overseen in the past decade or so, whether enterprise-scale intranet, custom application, or records management system. As such, I felt that it was essential to evaluate the evidence and read the tea leaves for myself.
I logged into one of my tenancies earlier this week to discover that new Microsoft 365 security center and the new Microsoft 365 compliance center are now available. Given that in most organisations the responsibility for securing the platform is typically quite distinct from the job of data governance, I personally see this change as a good step forward.
The SharePoint community seems pretty united in their dislike of folders. The overwhelming consensus is that metadata is superior, while folders are merely a hangover from the bad old days of legacy file shares. Blog, after blog has provided lists of reasons why folders should be avoided and why metadata is king.
I’m sure many of you will have started making use of hub sites. If you haven’t, why not? Hub sites provide a clean and intuitive way of structuring content in SharePoint Online, which are ready to use out of the box.
Microsoft has just announced two new packages for helping to ensure that your end-to-end Microsoft 365 experience is both secured and compliant. These new offerings take functionality that’s currently only available within the E5 licence and make it available to organisations using alternative licences.
The rate of change across Office 365 is blistering, as Microsoft continue to provide new functionality across the tenancy. Over the past few weeks there have been a large number of improvements made right across SharePoint Online, which this post explores.
Intelogy presents at the Westminster Archives, London to members of the Information and Records Management Society
Our Information Management & Compliance lead Robert Bath presented on Friday 7th December at the Westminster Archives, London, to members of the Information and Records Management Society’s (IRMS) Public Sector to share guidance about Microsoft 365’s Data Governance features.
Intelogy are in Copenhagen today at the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Conference, having been asked by Microsoft to join them on the panel for the Microsoft 365 Partner/Customer Luncheon.
Intelogy have just returned from Redmond, WA, where we discussed how Microsoft is redefining enterprise content management (ECM), in order to focus on meeting custom needs in collaboration, compliance and document management.
How much can your customisation be transferred to updated platforms?
Records Management in Office 365 has never been cheaper, while the risks of non-compliance have never been greater...
In case you missed it, we recorded our webinar session, which covers some of the core approaches to setting up a successful document storage area within SharePoint or Office 365.
Office 365 provides some useful tools to help make the technical side of identifying and exporting content simple.