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Does Office 365 Include Message Enryption?

Microsoft has recently added to the Office 365 family – Messaging Encryption.  This replaces Exchange Hosted Encryption (EHE) and will be a great for many clients and is included as part of the E3/E4 suites.  Below are the key facts and a link to the O365 Technology Blog article outlining the new feature.

Key facts:

  • Included with O365 E3 and E4 at no cost
  • $2 per user per month to add to other plans
  • Rolling out the first quarter of 2014
  • Receiver does not need to be on the service
  • Current Exchange Hosted Encryption customers will be automatically upgraded

http://blogs.office.com/b/office365tech/archive/2013/11/21/introducing-office-365-message-encryption-send-encrypted-emails-to-anyone.aspx

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