Microsoft EMS Components: Azure Rights Management

Azure Rights Management. Image Credit: Microsoft
Azure Rights Management. Image Credit: Microsoft

This article is the fourth in the series “What is Microsoft Mobility Suite?“. While enterprises create valuable information for their customers (or themselves) out of their processes, data or the results of applying data to their processes, those components will need to be protected. This process is called intellectual rights management. Azure Rights Management is Microsoft’s service that facilitates the protection of information. This solution can be used in many different environments where both data and intellectual property is key to the success of the organization.

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