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Microsoft’s Monthly Newsletter | July 2019

Client Computing | Posted on July 22, 2019 by Susana Byun

Here are your top 5 must-read announcements from Microsoft this month:

News and Updates:

Teams to begin adding Kaizala features in 2019

Microsoft discloses its plans to integrate Kaizala Actions into Teams over the next 12-to-18 months. #Collaboration #Kaizala #Teams

Read the announcement

Enable password-less productivity with Windows 10

Windows 10 takes a big leap toward the “password-less platform” with its latest user and security features. #Windows10 #Security

Get the details

Look for the Teams seal of approval

Introducing the cloud app risk assessment catalog and certification program for Teams, powered by Microsoft Cloud App Security. #Teams #CloudAppSecurity

Make Teams safer

Microsoft Threat Protection evolves

In June, Microsoft Threat Protection added game-changing capabilities in endpoint security and identity threat response. #MicrosoftThreatProtection #Security

Get the update now

Scale on demand with a Cloud Solution Provider (CSP)

Break free from the traditional licensing agreement and  scale your cloud environment up – or down – as you grow. #Azure #CloudSolutionProvider

Learn the ABCs of CSP

Events and Webinars

Webinar: Learn how to save 40% on your Azure spend

Streamline your monthly cloud bill to incur quick wins and set up cloud governance for long-term savings. #Azure #VirtualGovernanceWorkshop

Join us on July 25th

Event: Get the Customer Immersion Experience (CIE)

A customer immersion experience (CIE) is a hands-on session allowing you to test-drive Office 365 solutions for security, productivity or privacy and compliance in a live environment. Book your session today. #CIE #event

Book your CIE session



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