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|FEATURE||AZURE INFORMATION PROTECTION FOR OFFICE 365|
|Azure Information Protection content consumption by using work or school accounts from AIP policy-aware apps and services|
|Protection for Microsoft Exchange Online|
|Bring Your Own Key (BYOK) for customer-managed key provisioning life cycle1|
|Custom templates, including departmental templates|
|Azure Information Protection software developer kit for protection for all platforms – Windows, Windows Mobile, iOS, Mac OSX, and Android|
|Protection for non-Microsoft Office file formats, including PTXT, PJPG, and PFILE (generic protection)|
|Azure Information Protection content creation by using work or school accounts|
|Office 365 Message Encryption|
|Sharing of protected emails to users in the commercial cloud|
Azure Information Protection for Office 365
Azure Information Protection is included in the Office 365 Enterprise E3 and above plans.
Consuming protected content – opening, viewing and modifying protected files
A user wants to open and view a document that’s been protected by Azure Information Protection. Does the user need a license in order to be able to open and view the file?
No. The worker doesn't need an Azure Information Protection license to open and view a file that’s been labeled and/or protected.
Support & SLA
If you have any questions or need help, please visit Azure Support and select self-help service or any other method to contact us for support.
As a free service, Azure Information Protection does not offer a financially-backed service level agreement. To learn more about the details of our Service Level Agreement, please visit the Service Level Agreements page.