On Demand Policy Management for Exchange Online overview
Businesses today lack a simple, scalable and automated means of granting or restricting access to Exchange Online for groups of employees. Manual provisioning through multiple disparate interfaces creates disjointed security policies, and a lack of control over inappropriate access can lead to serious data breaches or penalties and fines for lack of compliance. Bulk entitlement and policy management might save time, but would also require advanced PowerShell knowledge.
On Demand Policy Management for Exchange Online enables you to dynamically enforce Exchange Online business policies based on Active Directory (AD) group membership — all through a single SaaS interface. Improve security and compliance by ensuring only the necessary users have access to collaborative Exchange Online features. And using AD groups to enforce access enables updates to occur dynamically and with less risk than with lengthy, manual processes. Best of all, SaaS delivery means no install is required so you can get up and running in minutes.
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