Protecting Data That (Shouldn’t Be but) Is Leaving Your Network in the Clear

The Scenario: You have just received a message from Microsoft that Azure Information Protection and Office 365 Message Encryption has been enabled in your tenant.  So what, right? Well, I will tell you why this is an amazing thing! Every year millions of dollars are lost due to identity theft and companies are held liable…


Sending Protected Attachments to Social Identities

The Scenario: So you have started using the fancy new Encrypt functionality to send protected emails to users on Outlook.com, Gmail, Yahoo, and other social identity providers and you start getting some complaints.  It seems that users on older versions of Office (not Office 365 monthly channel) are having problems opening attachments that were sent…


Using Encrypt Only (Even on Older Office Versions!)

The Scenario: You have completed migrating all your mailboxes to Exchange Online and you have started deploying Azure Information Protection to your environment. Although you are quickly migrating all of your Office clients to Office 365 ProPlus (you are, right?), you are managing a large environment and still have a mix of Office versions and…


Encrypting Emails from Anywhere!

***If you would like to help shape the future of OME, please fill out the survey at https://aka.ms/OMESurvey*** The Situation: So, you recently purchased Microsoft 365 E3/E5 (or EMS E3/E5) and have started rolling out your pilot of Azure Information Protection.  Everything is going great until one of your executives approaches you and wants to…

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