Microsoft has recently published 5 new white papers about Azure RMS.

  • Bring-Your-Own-Key-with-Azure-RMS.DOCX:

    This document provides information about the Bring-Your-Own-Key (BYOK) capability and its various related options. By following the steps outlined in this document you should be able to successfully prepare your environment to leverage this BYOK capability, enable it and manage your key over the time, and thus start using the Azure Rights Management service within your organization to create and consume protected content in compliance with your own security and IT policies in place.

  • Get-Usage-Logs-from-Azure-RMS.DOCX:

    By following the steps outlined in this document you should be able to successfully prepare your environment to leverage this capability, enable it, and monitor the usage of your Azure Rights Management service’s tenant over the time, and thus start using the service within your organization to create and consume protected content in compliance with your own security and IT policies in place.

  • IPC-in-Office-365-with-Azure-RMS.DOCX:

    This document is intended to help you previewing and evaluating the Azure Rights Management service technology. For that purpose it contains, as an introduction, a brief information on IPC and the Azure Rights Management service that helps you understand what it is, and how it differs from on-premises Active Directory Rights Management Services (AD RMS). It provides step-by-step information on how to configure and use the Azure Rights Management service to perform rights protection on your corporate content, as well as other details and requirements you would need to successfully evaluate the Azure Rights Management service technology in your environment.

  • Leverage-the-RMS-Connector-for-your-premises.DOCX:

    provides information about the Microsoft Rights Management connector and how it can be used to provide information protection within existing on-premises deployments that use Exchange Server, Office SharePoint Server or operating systems such as Windows Server 2008 R2 or Windows Server 2012.

    By following the steps outlined in this document you should be able to successfully prepare your environment to deploy the Azure Rights Management service (Azure RMS), install and configure the Rights Management connector, and start using it within your organization to create and consume protected content.

  • Share-protected-content-with-Azure-RMS.DOCX: provides information about the Rights Management sharing applications to share protected content on all important devices and the Rights Management for individuals to enable anyone to share protected content.

You can get it from http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=40333

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