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Microsoft 365 Updated with New Security, Risk, Compliance Tools
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DrBernsteinNYC
DrBernsteinNYC,
User Rank: Apprentice
7/23/2020 | 8:51:03 AM
Re: Good update
It is a lot of work but well worth the investment.  As a managing partner of a large New Jersey medical practice, we started using Microsoft Sharepoint and Teams to unify communications throughout all of our offices.  We wanted to stay compliant with HIPAA requirements so we turned to our outsourced IT vendor,  Baroan Technologies, to help out. They helped us migrate our files from an aging file server to sharepoint and enabled these features recently to help with data loss prevention. Now I have peace of mind knowing we are identifying and protecting sensitive data so it stays safe in our EHR system and Sharepoint. 
RyanSepe
RyanSepe,
User Rank: Ninja
7/22/2020 | 10:39:33 AM
Re: Good update
I agree its highly welcomed from the security side. But I am curious to see how our other IT brethren think about it. No one will ever say "I don't care about security." However, putting it into practice will result in more work on the other IT groups and historically that has been met with resistance unfortunately. 

What are your thoughts on that?
rubenward
rubenward,
User Rank: Apprentice
7/21/2020 | 6:04:33 PM
Good update
This is definitely a highly-welcomed update. 


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