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Rob Bath

About Rob Bath

Having defined extensive Microsoft 365 EDRM systems and bespoke enterprise intranets, I specialise in overseeing cutting edge solutions that are tailored to meet customer needs. Providing leading expertise within the Information Management field, I enjoy helping organisations on their journey towards compliance.

Office 365 – New Records Management

By |2021-05-28T11:57:54+01:00August 21st, 2019 |Knowledge & Information Management, What's New?|

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.  

Confused by all the different security and compliance centers?

By |2021-07-12T15:44:11+01:00April 5th, 2019 |Knowledge & Information Management|

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.

Incoming: new Microsoft 365 security and compliance offerings

By |2021-05-28T12:18:06+01:00January 16th, 2019 |Knowledge & Information Management|

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.

Intelogy presents at the Westminster Archives, London to members of the Information and Records Management Society

By |2021-05-28T12:25:18+01:00December 10th, 2018 |Knowledge & Information Management, What's New?|

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.

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