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    John commented  · 

    The toolbar is a must... after fighting with the organization to make labeling mandatory, taking away the toolbar will be a step backwards. The labels need to be in the user's face to spread awareness - especially if there is a default label policy.

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    John commented  · 

    I couldn't agree more.... What does a retention label have to do with loss prevention? DLP should be based on sensitivity label, or AIP label, not retention labels. As Joanne Kline says:

    “AIP labels have everything to do with protection of your corporate assets.” (Except the ability to create a DLP policy based on the sensitivity label)

    “Retention labels have everything to do with compliance and regulatory requirements in your organization as it relates to retention and disposition.”

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