Friday, 22 April 2016

Protect your documents in Office365 using RMS (Rights Management)

In Last article, We discussed how to encrypt emails in Office365, In this article I am going to share how to send protected documents. If your organization has compliance requirement to send protected documents, Rights Management is the best option to achieve.
To configure Azure RMS (Right Management ) all you need is the Enterprise E3 or above or Azure Premium Subscription. For more details refer to Requirements for Azure Rights Management 
Azure Rights Management services (RMS) can be purchased with Office 365, with the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS), or as a standalone subscription. There are differences in Azure RMS capabilities when purchased through these offerings. The following table shows these differences and might be subject to updates. Source : Microsoft Technet

FeatureRMS for Office 365EMS or Azure RMS Premium
Users can create and consume protected content by using Windows clients and Office applicationsyesyes
Users can create and consume protected content by using mobile devicesyesyes
Integrates with Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Businessyesyes
Integrates with Exchange Server 2013/Exchange Server 2010 and SharePoint Server 2013/SharePoint Server 2010 on-premises via the RMS connectoryesyes
Administrators can create departmental templatesyesyes
Organizations can create and manage their own RMS tenant key in a hardware security module (the Bring Your Own Key solution)yesyes
Supports non-Office file formats: Text and image files are natively protected; other files are generically protectedyesyes
RMS SDK for all platforms: Windows, Windows Phone, iOS, Mac OSX, and Androidyesyes
Integrates with Windows file servers for automatic protection with FCI via the RMS connectoryes
Users can track usage of their documentsyes
Users can revoke access to their documents

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