To determine which policies are required, first find out what you’ve got. Then, define policies to store, classify, retain, or dispose of information.
Capture & classify
Automatically apply comprehensive classification schemes. User can use tags and terms to quickly find information, and admins and RMs can identify the right content for action.
Retain or dispose
Associate lifecycle management rules based on classification—including where content is stored, who has access, and retention period—to represent business needs with tech solutions
Report & enforce
System admins, compliance officers, and RMs must maintain oversight to validate disposal or retention actions, track user behavior, and identify potential violations
Scan to start
Scan data across enterprise systems against regulatory policies and specific needs using heat maps to prioritize risks
Native applications integrate to store and tag content in Office 365, file shares, and SharePoint, minus disruptions
Validate user-driven classification with scanning and automated action to correct classification or storage location
Drive enterprise classification and taxonomy to indicate security levels and associate proper info management policies
Move or migrate information to correct location—on-prem or Office 365—and to the right drive, site, library, or group
Retain or dispose
Record and retain, or delete, according to your dynamic classification and information lifecycle management rules
Ongoing monitoring, auditing, detailed reporting, and incident tracking shows corrections, and improvement over time
Highlight trends and risks from an intuitive reporting dashboard and export action reports to show ongoing progress
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