First published on CloudBlogs on Jan, 16 2014
Today, I’m introducing you to Carol Bailey, our technical writer for RMS. She’ll be posting on this blog to let you know what information is available to help you be successful, and what changes we’ve made to the docs – whether for new functionality, corrections, or clarifications as a result of customer feedback.
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Hi, Carol here. My job is to publish the technical information that you need to be successful with Rights Management (RMS). It’s an exciting time for Rights Management, as we move some of the complexities that are required for on-premises services to the cloud with Windows Azure RMS. In case you haven’t found them, the core docs for Windows Azure RMS live here on TechNet:
In addition, there is documentation for the Rights Management sharing application, which applies to both Windows Azure RMS and AD RMS:
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