Use the tools included in Microsoft Exchange’s Data Loss Prevention to put compliance management in the hands of your business users.
In recent years, organizations have had to update their business practices to address compliance requirements, especially in regards to managing organizational data repositories. Microsoft Exchange has become one of the main repositories for this data. Yet organizations have few means to control, collect and inventory the information this repository contains. This all changes with the arrival of Exchange 2013 and its capability for Data Loss Prevention (DLP).
In this white paper, Nelson Ruest and Danielle Ruest, technology futurists focus on infrastructure design and optimization, review common industry regulations in the U.S. and abroad and dive deep into how DLP can help you proactively achieve compliance, including a checklist for getting started. The authors also discuss how MessageStats Business Insights from Dell Software can improve the management and reporting capabilities of Exchange DLP.
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