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  • Hi Joseph, Thanks for the question. Nothing is changing for E5 or E3 licenses. We are adding Teams retention for users with an F1, F3, E1, G1, business basic, or business standard license. You can read the full announcement here: https://aka.ms/MultiStageBlog ...

  • Erica, Thanks for letting us know of the new developments in Microsoft 365 Records Management. What will the Teams retention now available to all paid licenses include?  For those of us without E5 or E3 licenses with added RM functionality, what will ...

  • Happy Monday! Last week, we announced the launch of m ulti-stage disposition in Microsoft 365 Records Management and a few other new features. This release is the direct result of your feedback from last fall's community feature request survey, similar ...

  • Linda,        As Randy mentioned, the label itself is saved as part of the file, so it persists no matter where the document is stored. It depends on the controls you configured for the label as to what happens in that environment. If you turned on encryption ...

  • It depends on the settings. The Sensitivity Labels will persist in the metadata of the file. ------------------------------ Randy Perkins-Smart ------------------------------

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  • In last week's article, we talked about the changing role of M365 within organizations, how it is governed, and how it connects with other content management solutions. Given its rapid evolution and adoption – particularly with the maturation of Office 365 and Cloud versions of SharePoint, we probably should have made a few points about brand terminology. With similar names, "Microsoft 365" and "Office 365" are sometimes...

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