Office Message Encryption

Secure mail providers like Zivver or Zorgmail actually offer point solutions that increase cost considerably and store messages outside your Office 365 environment. This makes compliance, security and discovery more complex – if at all possible.

With Office 365 Message Encryption, your organization can send and receive encrypted email messages between people inside and outside your organization. Office 365 Message Encryption works with, Yahoo!, Gmail, and other email services. Email message encryption helps ensure that only intended recipients can view message content.

In this video I show you how it works!

AIP and Exchange Online: Better Together

Azure Information Protection helps your users make the right choices when it comes to data classification and protection. Exchange Online adds the power of Mail Flow Rules. Imagine you’d be able to combine those two tools… Indeed: you can!

Exchange Online can read classification labels created by Azure Information Protection. In Mail Flow Rules, you can define which actions should follow when a certain classification is detected.

See for yourself how to set this up in a few easy steps. And of course you will also see what the user experience will be like.

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Limited Access using Azure AD Conditional Access

In some situations you may want to give access to your data, but not give up on control. Enabling your employees while at the same time making sure no data is leaked from the cloud app to the device used.

With Limited Access in Azure AD Conditional Access, it is possible to limit access within cloud applications. For example: allow access to SharePoint Online, but prevent downloading or printing of any documents.

In this video, we explore the possibilities of this Conditional Access capability for Outlook on the Web (aka Outlook Web Access or OWA). Find out how to configure limited access in a few simple steps and see for yourself what the end user will experience.