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Microsoft 365

How to develop a managed service around securing Microsoft 365 emails.

In our digital data driven world, cybersecurity has become essential and a number one consideration. 

In recent years we’ve seen a countless number of organisations learn this lesson the hard way.

They have suffered financial and reputational loss; and even completely gone under because their cybersecurity posture has not been sufficiently robust. 

If you are a managed service provider (MSP) looking to  build cybersecurity into your offering or you want to extend your offering to include securing Microsoft 365 (formerly Office 365) emails; get in touch with Tech Data Security and we will help you start your own managed cybersecurity service. 

Read more on the Tech Data Security website

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