When a Good Idea Goes Bad: Scaling Microsoft 365 Effortlessly

Sept. 20, 2021 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM CEST

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When a Good Idea Goes Bad: Scaling Microsoft 365 Effortlessly

When Microsoft 365 goes company wide, it's like driving a fast car without a steering wheel and dashboard. Scaling Microsoft 365 means more users, more apps, more admins, more security = more problems. Don't let your business spin off your chosen track to Microsoft 365 productivity!

Join us to understand, how to:

  • Transform Microsoft 365 management into a near effortless, cost effective exercise to avoid the chaos of growth.
  • Automate complex business processes and make the most of your admin resources.
  • Automatically run security audit and compare it to your peers with the Microsoft security score. Take control of Microsoft 365 with CoreView and safely navigate your track to M365 productivity journey

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