【 Office365 アップデート 】MSに送信される診断データ等の管理機能がリリース予定

Office365 に関する Major Change Update 情報(2019/3/26付)をご案内いたします。

開始時期は明言されていませんが、Office365 Proplus テナントにおいて、管理者が『 Office が Microsoft に送信している診断データのデータ量など 』を細かに把握し、かつ同送信の停止等ができる管理機能をリリースするようです。これによって、従来以上に組織のポリシーに応じた細やかなデータ管理が可能になるとのことです。



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Microsoft protects and respects the privacy of your Office data, whether that data is an email, a Word document stored in OneDrive, or similar user content. This protection of your Office data also extends to the data that Microsoft uses to ensure your Office apps are up to date, secure, and performing as expected; and to the rich productivity and collaboration experiences enabled by connecting the apps to Microsoft’s cloud. To increase the transparency and control of this data for our customers, beginning with Version 1904 of Office 365 ProPlus in Monthly Channel and Monthly Channel (Targeted) for Windows, we’re launching new capabilities to enable organizations to determine the level of diagnostic and related data that Office is sending to Microsoft, as well as a tool to view the data being sent. Work is underway to enable these controls for Office on other platforms; we’ll send additional Message Center posts when those updates are ready.

This change is related to the Microsoft 365 Roadmap ID: 49779

[How does this affect me?] These controls allow organizations on behalf of their users, to determine the capabilities provided by connecting Office to the Microsoft 365 cloud, as well as the amount of diagnostic and related data that is sent to Microsoft. If no changes are made by the organization, all such data will continue to be sent. Note that limiting the data sent may reduce the capabilities of the Office apps and services and may make troubleshooting issues more difficult and time consuming. And remember, we take our responsibility to protect this data seriously.

[What do I need to do to prepare for this change?] We encourage you to read the information posted at the link below, in order to understand the types of data being discussed, the choices that organizations have to view and control this data, and the protections in place to safeguard your privacy. Those organizations that want to manage the data sent to Microsoft will be able to use the Office Client Policy Service, which is in public preview, or Group Policy to set these controls for their users.