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Controlling and Protecting Data in Microsoft Environments: A Policy-Based Approach

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Traditionally, companies are required to manually set permissions governing access to data in Microsoft systems such as SharePoint, File Server, Office Suite, Outlook, and Windows desktops. ...

Traditionally, companies are required to manually set permissions governing access to data in Microsoft systems such as SharePoint, File Server, Office Suite, Outlook, and Windows desktops.

This 2-part webinar series covers:

- The challenges of the existing model of data access control, and the market trends driving new data access and protection requirements, and

- Presents a new model to centrally manage policies controlling and protecting data.

In Part 1 of this series, we reviewed the existing model, highlighted the problems with manually setting permissions, discussed the technology and market trends driving new data control and protection requirements, and ended with a new model for policy based control.

In Part 2 of this series, attendees will learn about a policy-based approach, leveraging technologies such as Windows Server 2012 Dynamic Access Control, and hear how centralized policies can be applied across a typical Windows environments to protect SharePoint, File Server, Office, Outlook and Windows Desktops.

This webinar is suitable for IT architects and IT security professionals.

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