Azure Information Protection (sometimes referred to as AIP) is a cloud-based solution that helps an organization to classify and optionally, protect its documents and emails by applying labels.
The protection technology uses Azure Rights Management (often abbreviated to Azure RMS). This protection technology uses encryption, identity, and authorization policies. Similarly to the labels that are applied, protection that is applied by using Rights Management stays with the documents and emails, independently of the location—inside or outside your organization, networks, file servers, and applications.
Unless SIQ is compatible with AIM it is possible that SIQ wont be able to read an AIP protected (encrypted) files. Other tools in this space are apparently roadmapping being AIP compatible.
For us to have a continued use case for tools like SIQ they need to be compliant with such tools.
|Who would benefit from this IDEA?||any SIQ user using or planning to use MS Azure Information protection|
How should it work?
SIQ needs to be compliant with MS Azure information protection
|Priority Justification||if SIQ cant be compatible it weakens the use case for SIQ going forward|
|Customer Name||George Taylor|