With Azure Information Protection you can...


Define what can be done with your content

Azure Information Protection controls and protects how you share emails, documents and other sensitive data both internally and externally.

Define usage rights

Just because data leaves the company ‘walls’, that doesn’t mean you give up control. Azure Information Protection lets you define which external parties can see your content.

Get easy implementation

Azure Information Protection gives your users a one-click process to apply your pre-defined classifications and rules about what can be done with the content they share with colleagues and external partners.

Track and report

Embedded tags let you review what is happening with your shared data and know what it is being used for.

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Our expertise


In the past, gaining visibility and control over the content and data your users shared with colleagues and third parties was almost impossible—opening you up to multiple risks. Azure Information Protection lets you regain control over what happens to your sensitive information both internally and externally.

Our expert consultants have significant experience deploying Azure Information Protection to organizations across industries. We can help you develop sophisticated strategies for protecting legal documents, intellectual property, sensitive data and more when your employees share content.

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