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Default Sensitivity Labels – now avaliable with E5

Default Sensitivity Labels – now avaliable with E5

If you're an E5 user, you now have access to Default Sensitivity Labels – an excellent new feature that was introduced last summer. With this feature, you can easily apply sensitivity labels to your organization's data and documents right out of the box, enhancing the security and compliance of your content.

The process of applying sensitivity labels can be time-consuming and error-prone, which is why the introduction of Default Sensitivity Labels is such a game-changer. By streamlining the labeling process and providing a default label that reflects your organization's security requirements, you can ensure that all files are adequately protected without having to go through the hassle of manually assigning labels to each one.

If you're new to Default Sensitivity Labels, this article provides a helpful introduction to the feature and its implications. And if you're already using the feature, it's always good to stay up-to-date on best practices and tips for getting the most out of it.

If you're an E5 user looking to take your organization's security and compliance to the next level, be sure to check out this article.

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