What’s the difference and why do we need both? When it comes to preventing the unlawful or unauthorised deletion, alteration or loss of data, organisations using Microsoft Office 365 have two, native tools at their disposal: retention policies and litigation hold.
5 questions you should ask when choosing your threat protection solution Not too long ago, we wrote an article on why we believe Microsoft’s Advanced Threat Protection is rendering equivalent 3rd-party solutions for Office 365 users obsolete. This opinion raised some fascinating
At Cloud Essentials, we spend a lot of time analysing licence package and add-on possibilities for enterprise clients in a variety of different verticals. Our most common recommendation – particularly for legal and financial services with more complex threat protection,
Collaboration is a big business buzzword these days, with tools popping up all over the show to help you and your team work better, together. These tools can add undeniable value to your workplace, but without proper integration into your
To achieve accurate retention and eDiscovery in Office 365, legacy ‘single-instanced‘ email journals (either from on-prem Exchange or cloud platforms such as Mimecast) should ideally be mapped into into the new, multi-instanced Microsoft model. The process of ‘exploding’ a single-instanced email into all
Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection spells trouble for 3rd party solutions Email is notorious for being one the most common sources of malware and ransomware, and protecting against these cyber threats is a critical concern for most organisations. In the past, the
Last week, the Cloud Essentials eDiscovery team met with Rachi Messing, Senior Program Manager at Microsoft and former Vice President of Customer Solutions at Equivio. Rachi gave us a personally-guided deep dive into Office 365’s Advanced eDiscovery – a particularly interesting area for us – especially after