Microsoft recently announced the general availability of Communication Compliance. This means multitenant customers around the world can now enjoy full access to this solution. Previously, Communication Compliance had been available in preview since November of last year, as it was part of the insider risk management solution set in Microsoft 365. Since then, the company has been gathering feedback and working on building the tool with the ability to scale along with users and their needs. Of course, the main goal was also to help users quickly identify and take action on code-of-conduct policy violations in various company communications channels.
Communication Compliance offers a more rich and intelligent set of capabilities than what was previously available. So Microsoft is encouraging users who may be using Supervision in Office 365 to manage their regulatory requirements to switch over to Communication Compliance. It is now part of the Microsoft 365 E5 suite, so you can easily set it up and get started. Just sign up for a trial or head to the Microsoft 365 Compliance Center to get a walkthrough of the process.
If you’re interested in learning more about the tool, here are some of the top features it offers to help users more effectively identify and take action on code-of-conduct policy violations.
Machine learning at scale
Communication Compliance has access to machine learning to help users intelligently detect potential violations in their company communications channels. This feature is intended to work at scale, so organizations of all sizes can quickly gain access to the insights they need to remain compliant.
Flexible remediation workflows
In order to quickly act on violations, you need access to remediation workflows that actually work for your organization. Communication Compliance gives users flexible options to set up processes that work in collaboration across your organization.
Actionable insights with Communication Compliance for Office 365
Communication Compliance also includes an interactive dashboard that displays potential policy violations, actions, and trends. The ability to quickly access and view all of this data in one spot gives users the opportunity to take action quickly and make decisions based on the most up-to-date information available.
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