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Join us for a live delivery of security features within Microsoft 365

NHS organisations in England can now access the most up to date Microsoft 365 product suite in a new agreement set out by NHS Digital and NHSX.

Consolidation of cloud suppliers can help the IT teams in Healthcare organisations gain better visibility of their IT estate, protect corporate and patient data while also enabling workers to be more productive.

However, large organisations such as NHS Trusts can open serious security gaps in their network if they do not follow the right steps to migrate to the cloud.

During the session Dan Cooper, Cloud and Security Consultant, will show you how to keep all users secure, data protected and operations compliant in NHS organisations with M365.

The demo will help you make the most of the intelligent built-in Microsoft security features which are often not used to their full potential.

During the webinar:

  • Implement best security practices on a Microsoft 365 tenancy
  • Configure Advanced Threat Protection
  • Set up Conditional Access and Mobile Device Management
  • Enable Multifactor Authentication

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