Keeping Your Organization Safe with the New Exchange


The Microsoft Exchange Conference (MEC) was a huge success, and even though the conference has come to a close, the EHLO team is still cranking out some great content for Compliance Week.  Don’t forget to check out Harv Bhela’s article – Keeping Your Organization Safe with the New Exchange – which was posted to Office Next on Monday.

Also, keep an eye out for Part II of “In-Place eDiscovery and In-Place Hold in the New Exchange” as well as an article on Data Loss Prevention (DLP).

Finally, the Exchange team announced at MEC the advent of the new Microsoft Exchange Community website – http://www.iammec.com – which will become the hub of everything Exchange.  Check it out!

Thanks again for your support!

The Exchange Team

Comments (4)
  1. SamYeager says:

    It would be nice to see the terms & privacy statement but iammec.local doesn't really help with that. I also wasn't too happy that Dev Bridge wanted access to my contacts etc. and refused login unless I allowed that.

  2. DavidJCarr says:

    @Sam I am not sure why it needs access to contacts.

  3. srikanth.kammadanam@yahoo.com says:

    Good Article.

  4. SamYeager says:

    From the Login process to Dev Bridge:

    DevBridge needs your permission to:

    View your profile information and contact list

    DevBridge will be able to see your profile information, including your name, gender, display picture, contacts and friends.  

    Access your email addresses

    DevBridge will be able to see the email addresses

    I don't have a problem with allowing automatic sign in but the items above make me unhappy. If I edit my account setting to remove these permissions then I am not unable to connect to Dev Bridge again unless I agree to allow access again.

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