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How Microsoft Secures Sensitive Data Using File Classification Infrastructure Learn how Microsoft IT used File Classification Infrastructure to improve governance and security for Microsoft Global Payroll, and the upcoming plans for using the new Dynamic Access Control in Windows Server 2012. More...

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TechNet Radio: How Microsoft Secures Sensitive Data Using File Classification Infrastructure | TechNet Video In today's episode, Microsoft Security Strategist Olav Opedal discusses how Microsoft secures sensitive financial and personal data by using the file classification infrastructure. This solution, not only protects data from would-be thieves, but also helps classify and manage the data with ease. If ... More...

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File Classification Infrastructure in Windows Server 2008 R2 - Capabilities | TechNet Video Classification for files and stored data is finally built into Windows Server. Learn about all of the file classification, file management and data management features this built-in technology provides, at no additional cost. www.ranjanajain.com More...

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The New File Classification Infrastructure - PM Team Talk | TechNet Video The File Classification Infrastructure (FCI) is a new Windows Server technology included within the File Server Role.  FCI is available with Windows Server 2008 R2. FCI is used to: 1. Define file classification properties; 2. Define automatic classification policies, rules, and triggers; 3. Develop ... More...

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