Webinar: Microsoft 365 and the Modern Workplace

Many organizations already have Microsoft 365 licenses but are not fully leveraging the productivity, collaboration, and security features that come built-in with Microsoft 365.

On May 6th at 11:30am, TechMD will be hosting a webinar on how to maximize ROI with Microsoft 365 and take advantage of some of the key features that most businesses overlook. You’ll come away from this webinar with some practical information about:

  • High-impact security features you should be implementing
  • How to maximize the effectiveness of Microsoft Teams in your organization
  • Best practices on how to securely share sensitive information
  • Collaboration and productivity tools you may not be taking advantage of

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