Category: Data Loss Protection (DLP)

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SharePoint Customization versus Application

Since I started working with SharePoint, what seems like a lifetime ago now, people have wanted to extend or customize it in many ways. From writing full-trust C# code to hacking the user interface...

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Munich in June

On Wednesday, 27th of June 2018, Rencore will host a Full-day Tutorial on Building modern solutions for SharePoint and Office 365. This will be run by none other than Erwin van Hunen, Hugh Wood, and...

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Research Report and Webinars

Earlier this year, I had to chance to be a part of a Cyber Research Project in conjunction with Christian Buckley (http://www.buckleyplanet.com) from CollabTalk (https://collabtalk.com) and the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young...

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Using Azure Information Protection to help with General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR) Compliance

‘Azure Information Protection‘ is a cloud-based solution that helps an organization to classify, label, and protect its documents and emails. This can be done automatically by administrators who define rules and conditions, manually by...

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How secure is #Office365 against cyber-threats?

How secure is Office 365 against cyber-threats? One of the questions I get asked frequently is this. Even with Microsoft providing documentation, guidance and speaking at conference saying how secure it is, we still...

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What does GDPR mean for you and Office 365

By now you will have heard about the new General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) that will be coming into effect shortly. This was started by the European Commission in 2012 and finally generally agreed...

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SharePoint 2016 Data and Compliance Webinar

Join me on September 21st, for a webinar on “SharePoint 2016 Data and Compliance“, this Webinar will be 3 x 1 hour sessions throughout the day. You can register using the link below. http://sharepointpromag.com/sharepoint-2016-data-and-compliance Webinar...

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2014 State of Collaboration Security Report is Available!

Last year I posted this, and this year I will do the same. The guys over at Cipherpoint (shout out to Mike Fleck)have published their “State of Collaboration Security Report“. I recommend heading over to...