Previously we discussed how Office 365 handles records. Now that we have a good foundation of how records work I’ll discuss creating and publishing record labels. The steps to create are similar to those in my previous retention label post but I’ll cover the differences here.
As I covered in my previous post abut Compliance Score and Compliance Manager, Microsoft has provided a new interface to allow you to better protect your environment and your data. As you increase the compliance score of your tenant you can realize further protections of your data contained within the system. In this post, I will cover completing actions in the compliance manager to increase the compliance score of your environment.
In my previous post, I covered what the Microsoft Compliance Score was and how it worked. This year at Ignite, Microsoft announced a new console in the Microsoft 365 tenant compliance console. On November 5, 2019, the new Microsoft Compliance Manager was rolled out to targeted release tenants. The console is there to assist tenant admins in protecting the data of their organizations.