Microsoft Azure Partner Community: focus on EMS – Azure Rights Management


Nick Johnson - Microsoft US Partner Technology Strategist for Microsoft Azureby Nick Johnson, PMP – Partner Technology Strategist for Microsoft Azure

Part 4 of our blog series about Enterprise Mobility Suite. Read part 1, an introduction to EMS, here; part 2, about Azure Active Directory, here; and part 3, about Mobile Device Management, here.

The Microsoft Azure Partner Community is led by National Partner Technology Strategists from the Microsoft US Partner Team. Partner Community activities include blog posts, discussions on Yammer, newsletters, and community calls.

imageWe’re continuing the September conversation about Enterprise Mobility Suite, leading up to the US Azure Partner Community call this Thursday, September 18 (register here). In my first three posts, I introduced you to EMS and then took a look at two of the three components of EMS: Azure Active Directory and Mobile Device Management. Today, I’ll talk about Azure Rights Management, the third component.

Azure Rights Management lets you encrypt and assign usage restrictions to content when your organization subscribes to Microsoft online services. Rights Management helps protect content that is created and exchanged by using Microsoft Office as well as other applications or services that have been updated to integrate with the Rights Management service. By implementing a cloud-based rights management service, Rights Management provides an alternative for organizations seeking information protection capabilities within Microsoft Office 365.

Watch this video demo to see Azure Rights Management features in action:

With Azure Rights Management, Microsoft partners have an opportunity to help their customers build a content protection solution that is both flexible and secure. To get started, check out the resources we have available to help you learn, design, deploy, test, and use Rights Management from a variety of perspectives. At the links below, you’ll find videos, guides, FAQs, and more by role:

If you haven’t used Rights Management before, you can try Azure Rights Management free for 30 days. Sign up and get evaluation resources here.

I’m looking forward to our September 18 discussion about EMS, Azure Rights Management, Azure Active Directory, and Windows Intune, and showing you live demos, on our Azure Partner Technical Community call. Register today to join us!

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