Seclore Vs. Microsoft Information Protection
Choose Seclore for Robust Security, Simple UX, and Minimal Administration
Only Seclore provides a complete enterprise-grade data-centric security solution that is easy to use. Minimal administration allows for large-scale deployment with immediate return on investment.
Microsoft Information Protection might be enough for some organization with basic data security needs. But when you need enterprise-grade security, especially for collaboration with third parties, Seclore is the perfect choice. Plus, Seclore makes it easy to adopt with minimal admin support.
How Seclore is superior?
With MIP, documents are not secure when uploaded to cloud apps, and there are easy ways to bypass the security, which provides a false sense of security.
Seclore provides robust and persistent data protection with adaptive security controls at the endpoint, network, cloud, and beyond.
MIP users face multiple plugin requirements, clunky experience on mobile devices, limited tracking, and revocation.
Seclore delivers a frictionless user experience no matter where your third parties or employees access files and emails across devices and applications.
MIP’s security label driven approach increases admin dependency and creates workflow bottleneck.
Seclore’s real-time policy creation and federation reduces admin overheads and support needs.
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Microsoft Information Protection Doesn’t Work for External Collaboration
Listen to Bryan Kiss, CCO/CFO of Kettle Hill Capital Management, talk about how they found Seclore’s data-centric security to be a better choice for their organization.
Microsoft Falls Short of Securing Your Data on Cloud & Beyond
Cloud services adoption is increasing, and Microsoft is leading the pack. Microsoft does offer some security by default, which organizations tend to use. But it does not provide enough security for your data leading to data breaches and risk exposure.