With the large-scale adoption of Microsoft 365 (M365), many records managers have had to find ways to manage the records that have been (and continue to be) captured and stored across the ecosystem, including via Teams, SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Exchange Online. The M365 ecosystem is more complicated than a single server-based Electronic … Continue reading Ten tips for records managers to monitor records in Microsoft 365
What happens when files are moved in SharePoint?
Every SharePoint document library, including the Teams 'Files' tab, includes the ability to move or copy files somewhere else in the tenant. For some unknown reason, the arrow in the SharePoint library points to the right but in Teams it points to the left, and in Teams the 'to' is missing. What actually happens when … Continue reading What happens when files are moved in SharePoint?
Sensitivity labels in Microsoft 365
Sensitivity labels are one element in a range of tools that can be deployed in Microsoft 365 to protect information, as shown in the diagram below. Image source: Microsoft page 'What is Azure Information Protection' If you are new to information protection, it is important to understand that Azure Information Protection (AIP) is not the … Continue reading Sensitivity labels in Microsoft 365
Audit trails for records in SharePoint Online
As evidence of business activities, records should be authoritative. According to ISO 15489:2016, the characteristics that define authoritative records are authenticity, reliability, integrity and usability. These characteristics may be met by either: Securing or locking a record to prevent unauthorised changes ('declaring a record'). Recording the details of any events - the 'event history' - … Continue reading Audit trails for records in SharePoint Online