Microsoft has recently updated its Azure Information Protection Documentation to include a new name that better reflects the company’s rebranding efforts and to include some of the recent product and service announcements revealed during Ignite 2016.
First things first, readers should notice that documentation unique to Azure Information Protection is now being integrated into the rest of the literature. Perhaps, even more, convenient than a single source of info is the new starting page of the documentation that will now suggest or recommend the most updated information for readers, avoiding the infinite scroll issues of other detailed online documents.
Microsoft has also included a Search box to accompany the many changes to the updated documentation reading experience. The new Search box now enables readers to jump to accurate information along with new URLs to document pages that redirect.
Carol Bailey, a Microsoft technical writer, also covers the many nuances in today’s update to Azure Information Protection Documentation for 2016 in her recent posting on the Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog.
The list of articles which contain significant changes since last month’s update to the documentation is fairly long and rather dense.
To see the listing, which includes:
- What is Azure Information Protection?
- Updated with information for administrators or consultants, who are looking to understand how Azure Information Protection can classify, label, and protect documents and emails.
- Azure Information Protection – also known as …
- Updated to include the recent renaming.
- Compliance and supporting information for Azure Information Protection
- New article with often requested information that was previously in the Frequently Asked Questions page.
- Requirements for Azure Information Protection
- Updated for information that is specific to classification and labeling, and was previously in a Requirements for Azure Information Protection page. Removed information about subscriptions, which will now be documented on the Azure Information Protection site.
among other detailed document changes, visit the Enterprise Mobility and Security Blog for more details.