I recently had the fantastic opportunity to speak at the Microsoft 365 Conference in Las Vegas this May 2023. It was a great time and a fantastic turnout. I think I had 170 – 200 people in my session. I want to use this opportunity to share the slides with the attendees, so I have uploaded them to this post. Please feel free to review them and send me any questions you may require.
In a couple of previous posts, I covered retention labels and how to apply them within your tenant. An option when creating retention labels is to have your document declared a record when the policy/label is applied. Records add an extra level of content security to your documents. Now keep in mind I don’t mean information security in this case. Declaring a document won’t keep your information from entering the wrong hands or being used improperly. We’ll cover those topics in the future. A record instead protects the content within the document. Read on as I explain Office 365 records management.