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Using Azure Information Protection to classify and label corporate data
Using Azure Information Protection to classify and label corporate data
Using Azure Information Protection to classify and label corporate data
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Apr 04, 2018
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A mobile workforce means that company information is no longer secured within a corporate network or on corporate devices. At Microsoft, we’re using Azure Information Protection to classify and label data—part of our strategy to protect information in our modern workplace. We’re teaching people to correctly label data with an intuitive classification framework, so persistent protection travels with it, wherever it is stored, sent, or shared.

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