Tuesday, November 3, 2020

NOTE: You need to have Microsoft Azure Rights Management for individuals or an RMS enabled Office 365 account to use the Microsoft Azure Information Protection viewer application. You can sign up for a free account by using the Azure Information Protection page. You cannot use Microsoft Account (Live, Hotmail, or Outlook.com) account to sign in.

Azure Information Protection app enables you to securely collaborate with others. You can view protected files (Rights protected email messages, PDF files, pictures, text files, and any other file format that is protected as a .pfile) that others have shared with you.

Azure Information Protection app lets you breathe easy knowing your files are safe and can only be opened by users you trust and share with.

IT administrators can also deploy and manage the app for devices that are enrolled by Intune.

For more details, read our FAQ page http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkId=828412

  1. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
  2. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
  3. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
  4. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
  5. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
  6. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
  7. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
  8. Azure Information Protection Free Android App on Apcoid.com
About The Application
Size Installs Content Rating Offered By Requires Android
42.2 MB 100,000+ Rated for 3+ Microsoft Corporation 6.0 and up
Ranking Libraries App Age Price
Medium 5 October 2013 Free
Developer information
msandapp@microsoft.com

One Microsoft Way

Securely collaborate with others by viewing and sharing protected files.

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