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Getting Started with Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance

In 2022, Microsoft rebranded its compliance and risk management tools under the name Microsoft Purview. Microsoft Purview provides a wealth of valuable functionality, including capabilities formerly provided by tools like Office 365 Security and Compliance, Microsoft 365 Security Center and Microsoft Compliance Manager.

Microsoft 365 Email Continuity Service - Is it Needed?

Microsoft 365 has experienced several notable outages recently. In January 2023, a major outage lasted over five hours, affecting various services, including Exchange Online. This incident was attributed to a network configuration issue during a planned update (Practical 365). Another significant outage occurred in June 2023, impacting services like Outlook, Teams, and OneDrive for several hours due to a network issue (WinBuzzer).

Why Microsoft 365 is Insufficient for Email Security

This article investigates why Microsoft 365 is insufficient for email security in today’s digital landscape. Email security is a critical concern for businesses of all sizes. While Microsoft 365 offers a comprehensive suite of tools for productivity and collaboration, relying solely on it for email security might not be sufficient. Here’s why.

Transform Collaboration with the Power of Egnyte and Microsoft Copilot in Microsoft Teams

As part of our ongoing partnership and investment in Microsoft, we have deepened our integration with Microsoft's Copilot within Microsoft Teams. This integration expands Copilot's capabilities by incorporating Egnyte as an additional data source. Microsoft 365 Copilot users can now derive valuable insights from documents stored in Egnyte, enhancing the usefulness of both Egnyte and the Microsoft Copilot solution for joint customers.

Securing Copilot for Microsoft 365: New AISPM Capabilities from Zenity

In the realm of modern enterprise productivity suites, Copilot for Microsoft 365 stands as a huge driver for efficiency, offering business users the ability to aggregate, summarize, and process data within the M365 suite of tools. However, for organizations with diverse infrastructure and applications, and the need for real-time data interactions, the out-of-the-box functionality requires augmentation to reach its full potential, not to mention secure controls for Copilot for M365.

Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) Marking Requirements & Management in M365 & GCC High

In July 2022, the Pentagon’s acquisition office issued a memo reminding acquisition officials of the DoD’s requirements for handling controlled unclassified information (CUI). The standard which applies to Defense contractors is not new. The original Defense Federal Acquisition Regulation Supplement (DFARS) clause 252.204-7012 requirement went into effect in 2017.

Navigating Security Concerns: Microsoft Copilot's Integration with Microsoft 365

There are so many exciting things happening in the AI space currently. One of them is the integration of Microsoft Copilot, a generative AI, with Microsoft 365 applications. This fusion brings Copilot’s capabilities into the suite’s comprehensive office productivity tools to transform daily workloads and enhance productivity efficiency through the automation of mundane tasks, alongside offering insights and analyzing data. Key features include.

Improve File Management in Microsoft Teams with Egnyte Integration

Microsoft Teams has seen a remarkable surge in popularity and usage post-pandemic. With 320 million+ users spanning more than 1 million organizations, it serves as an important tool to keep teams connected and foster productivity. While MS Teams excels in real-time collaboration, conversational channels, online meetings, and video calls, it grapples with file management and accessibility stemming from its inherent design and architecture.

A Guide to Implementing Data Classification in Microsoft 365

Organizations today store enormous amounts of data. To protect their business and comply with strict modern regulations, they need to manage and secure it properly. Ideally, every document would receive equal protection, but this approach is unrealistic both financially and operationally. Accordingly, organizations need to classify data so they can prioritize their critical and sensitive content.