Cloud computing has been steadily increasing its reach in the last few years and has now become a prominent consideration during any information governance implementation. The anywhere access and business continuity provide significant advantages versus standard on-premise solutions. Of course, there are serious security concerns that accompany the cloud.
A recent survey from AIIM highlights the drivers for organizations to undergo or re-evaluate their information governance and SharePoint records management initiatives.
One of the more interesting announcements to come out of the Microsoft Ignite conference is the fact that Microsoft is introducing artificial intelligence to help improve security and compliance in Office 365.
Yesterday Microsoft held an event entitled "The Future of SharePoint" in which they unveiled a new cloud and mobile focused vision for SharePoint. Let's briefly discuss some of the announcements and what impact they may have on SharePoint records management.
When it comes to cybersecurity and regulatory compliance, several factors come into play. First and foremost, the human element is important to consider. Basic best practices such as strong and continually changing passwords and ensuring the security of your wireless networks are essential. Also, creating an overall SharePoint information governance and regulatory compliance plan that is understood by all parties.