Making Office 365 More Secure and Compliant

Making Office 365 More Secure and Compliant


Many organizations are making the move to Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft's next-generation cloud-based messaging, collaboration and productivity solution. While this robust and scalable solution will satisfy the security, compliance and governance requirements of many organizations, there are some organizations that will need compliance and security capabilities not available with Office 365.

Organizations operating in highly regulated industries like financial services, healthcare and energy; those with strict regulatory obligations to protect, archive or sample various types of communications; and organizations with specialized security requirements, will require additional features not built into Office 365.

Read this whitepaper from Proofpoint and Osterman Research to learn:

  • How the Office 365 platform meets a variety of corporate requirements for email, real-time communications and document management
  • Various deployment, security and compliance considerations enterprises should be mindful of when migrating to Office 365
  • What native data protection and compliance features are built into Office 365 — and why organizations in regulated industries will require additional functionality
  • Why archiving capabilities included in Office 365, while useful, will not be sufficient to satisfy many common regulatory and legal data retention, eDiscovery and related obligations.
Proofpoint, Inc.
19 Dec 2011
19 Dec 2011
16 Page(s)
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