Exchange Server 2013 Regulatory Compliance
In this course, we will discuss regulatory compliance from the perspective of what is built into Exchange 2013, as well as third-party alternatives.
In this course, we will discuss regulatory compliance from the perspective of what is built into Exchange 2013, as well as third-party alternatives. We will also look at personal vs. third-party archive, messaging records management, in-place hold, in-place eDiscovery, journaling, transport rules, data loss prevention, auditing, informational rights management (IRM), and alternative possibilities to regulatory compliance.
Course SyllabusIntroduction- 7m 58s
—Introduction 0m 42s
—Who is J. Peter Bruzzese? 2m 20s
—What is This Course About? 3m 30s
—Summary 1m 26sAn Overview of Regulatory Compliance- 15m 18s
—Introduction 0m 52s
—The Purpose of Regulatory Compliance 6m 1s
—Regulatory Burden of IT Administrators 1m 22s
—Tools to Assist in Exchange Regulatory Compliance 6m 5s
—Summary 0m 58sPersonal Archive vs. Third Party Archive- 37m 36sMessaging Records Management- 27m 50sIn-Place Hold- 23m 53sIn-Place eDiscovery- 13m 2sJournaling- 11m 46sTransport Rules- 30m 11sData Loss Prevention- 32m 12sAuditing- 22m 13sInformation Rights Management (IRM)- 14m 53sAlternative Possibiliities to Regulatory Compliance- 11m 30s