Updated: Jul 18, 2020
In my earlier blog post, we covered the basics of Microsoft information governance and retention labels for records management in SharePoint Online, Teams, and other Microsoft 365 workloads.
An integral part of ensuring Governance is architecture. Most organizations are moving towards automated methods of classification for both compliance and creating value from information. How you structure and organize your information is pivotal to effective governance, and metadata plays a key role here for knowledge-driven organizations.
According to Forrester, knowledge-driven organizations can expect to achieve 30% annual growth in addition to being profitable and acquiring and retaining new customers.
In this short video, I want to talk about the options available in Microsoft information governance to architect your retention labels and provide the much-needed context before you start deploying them across Microsoft 365.
If you like this video, continue reading about options to configure your Teams roll out to ensure governance controls are integrated as users created new Teams.