When Microsoft released its Windows 10 Anniversary Update last summer, it positioned Windows Information Protection as a better way to keep sensitive data safe. As a data loss protection (DLP) tool built in to the update, WIP separates personal and business information.

It lets users restrict which apps can access business data and how that data can be used, including the ability to restrict cut-and-paste operations. As a transparent protection for institutional data, WIP provides a seamless end-user experience, unlike third-party products that require users to switch modes when working with sensitive data. Read on to learn how to leverage WIP effectively in your environment.
 

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