Track: End-User, Business
What do SharePoint, leakage of information and government agencies have in common? Well, to be honest, not too much. But they did inspire Albert Hoitingh to do a session on the willful destruction of official documents and the Microsoft Office 365 platform.
There has been some upheaval in Dutch politics lately. Documents, records and emails which, according to Dutch law, needed to be available for records management had been willfully deleted or simply could not be found. In some cases, judicial documents had been deleted by unauthorized persons. In other cases, the record management procedures did not provide for a thorough adherence to the Freedom of Information Act. In the end, both the secretary and undersecretary for Justice had to resign. If you have been working with Microsoft technology and more specifically document- and record management, you should find this intriguing. What if Office 365 was used? You might wander about records management, data loss protection, information rights management and cloud first/mobile first scenarios.
Office 365, and most prominently SharePoint and Exchange Online, offers a multitude of options to share and store documents, records and emails. In our cloud first/mobile first world we can use these documents and emails as we see fit. We open them, modify them, forward them to people outside of our organization, and delete them. In the end the organization might end up with Terabytes of digital content, without knowing what’s being stored or what’s leaving the organization. Or retaining too much information, resulting in penalties for over-retention. So how about Office 365? Does it provide us with the tools necessary to protect this data and to prevent situations like in Dutch politics? In this session Albert Hoitingh will guide you through the options Office 365 has to offer. The new Security & Compliance Center, the extensive new logging possibilities but also the SharePoint in-place site-hold option and mobile device management will be covered.
The session will give you answers to questions like:
• What is data loss and possible data loss scenarios?
• What’s new in the Security & Compliance Center?
• What new options have been added?
• What does Office 365 provide for logging?
• What are site holds?
• What does the new Mobile Device Management bring into the mix?
Albert will talk about these aspects and will also demonstrate the relevant functions.