Tag - Windows Information Protection

The Underwhelming MAM for Edge

The Underwhelming MAM for Edge and What Else We Can Do

A while back I had written about a solution that I have been anxiously awaiting since its announcement: MAM for Edge on Windows. Let me explain the background a bit. We used to have Windows Information Protection (WIP). Well, we still have it for enrolled...
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A Sneak Peek at App Management for Edge

A Sneak Peek at Application Management for Edge

This blog has been active for at least six years. To this day, I probably receive more questions about BYOD and the various options we have for management with regard to personal devices, than any other topic that I have written about. I think this just goes to show the...
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Differences between Windows Information Protection (WIP) and that “other” Information Protection (AIP)

I received a really interesting question from a reader this week, and another person had asked me the same question when I was at Ignite recently, speaking on the security features in Microsoft 365 Business. So I think it makes sense to put this article out there, to help folks...
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Windows Information Protection done right, part 2: typical set up steps

Last time we talked about a couple of key concepts including enlightened and non-enlightened apps, and how Windows Information Protection (WIP) treats corporate data differently than personal. In short, a non-enlightened app and all of its data will be treated by WIP as personal (by default). However, if you choose...
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