As users have flocked to Teams, compliance officers, information governance professionals, and other risk management decision-makers are asking whether they have access to the right archiving and data protection capabilities for the many data types produced within Microsoft Teams. Sponsored by Dropsuite, Exterro, IPRO, Micro Focus, Mimecast, Smarsh, Theta Lake, and ZL Technologies.
This report compares and contrasts the respective approaches to information governance and eDiscovery by IPRO and Microsoft 365. It is offered to enable professionals with responsibility for information governance evaluating the move to Microsoft 365 to gauge suitability to task of the information governance and eDiscovery tools offered by both vendors. Sponsored by IPRO.
Microsoft 365 delivers a range of long-offered and new style productivity and collaboration tools. Equally, however, is the reality that Microsoft 365 comes with some shortcomings in the areas of security, archiving, backup, data protection, eDiscovery, and other key aspects of the offering. Relying solely on the native capabilities in Microsoft 365 can lead to challenges. Sponsored by Backupify, Mimecast, Quest Software and Yubico.
This report compares and contrasts the respective approaches to information governance by NetGovern and Microsoft 365. It is offered to enable professionals with responsibility for information governance evaluating the move to Microsoft 365 to gauge suitability to task of the information governance tools offered by both vendors. Sponsored by NetGovern.
A discussion with Mark Kirstein of BitTitan on current issues with migrating to Office 365.
Why small and mid-sized businesses should deploy an email archiving solution, and why they should consider the use of a third-party solution instead of the native email archiving solutions within Microsoft 365. Sponsored by MailStore.
Critical decisions to make in advance of migrating to a new email platform. Sponsored by BitTitan, Mimecast, Smarsh and Zix.
Webinar examining the use of third-party solutions to improve cybersecurity defenses in Office 365. Sponsored by Proofpoint.
Exploring findings from a recent survey on security performance, the most prevalent models for SOCs, SIEM integration, how the migration to Microsoft 365 was managed, types of additional security they’ve deployed, time spent remediating breaches, security budget growth, and how users report suspicious emails, along with expectations on new defensive technologies and services. Sponsored by Cyren.
Office 365 offers basic protection to deal with some of the things that could damage your data, but there are things it doesn’t protect you from, and there are side effects to some of the optional protection features. An examination of improving data protection. Sponsored by Druva.