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Comparing Microsoft Information Protection unified labeling and Share Gate Apricot’s ‘Group sensitivity’ feature

Wondering how to stay on top of Microsoft Teams security? To answer that, we compare sensitivity labels in the Microsoft 365 compliance center with ShareGate Apricot’s group sensitivity labels.

Keeping organizational data secure is a top priority for IT admins today. And, according to Microsoft MVP Joanne Klein, one of the best ways to approach data security at scale is from the perspective of container governance: security and compliance policies applied at the level of Microsoft teams and Microsoft 365 groups.

Our engineers did a ton of research into container-level data protection while developing our latest ShareGate Apricot release. And a large part of that process included looking at unified sensitivity labeling in the Microsoft 365 compliance center to understand the capabilities and limitations of that feature.

To help you assess whether Microsoft Information Protection (MIP) sensitivity labels are the right fit for your organization, we decided to share what we learned and highlight some key differences between MIP sensitivity labels and ShareGate Apricot’s “Group sensitivity” feature.