We’re happy to announce that the document tracking preview is now available worldwide.
Currently, this is in English only. We are working on making the site available in other languages over the next several weeks.
Stay tuned for updates.In addition, if you want to disable document tracking on your tenant, you can follow instructions at https://msdn.microsoft.com/library/azure/mt548471.aspx If you have any questions, you can reach us at AskIPTeam@microsoft.com Hi Everyone, Today, we’re announcing another major update to Azure Rights Management services. No one RMS topic has garnered more smiles that this one! It's the public preview for the feature we simply call document tracking . If you only have 1 minute and 52 seconds to give us, then watch this quick video and you too will smile at the possibilities! Let's give you the full tour but, before we get started, we'd like to offer thanks to the many of you who provided feedback during the early days. For the others, we welcome you to be a part of our extended design team by joining our advisory board . The premise here is simple: You, the IT professional, have very little understanding of what constitutes good sharing, bad sharing, or even abuse of a sensitive document. It's true. Many like you have said that you do not sit in front of monitors all day watching the several hundred documents leaving your organizations per hour (or second)! Don't laugh, some vendors are in fact focused on building consoles for the IT staff where they show "document ABC.XLS was opened on an iPad by user Jane". While most of you perform data loss prevention ( DLP ) and monitoring ( SIEM ) in the broader parametric domain, you can't monitor the specific flows of all documents. The good news is that the users in your organization, those doing the sharing, are actually very well equipped to know both the intent and possible abuse of the documents they share. They are the ones – the only ones – that know which documents were meant for limited use but are being over-circulated (abused). Simply stated, today we’ve extended our base document protection promise to now be these 4 core points:
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