A complete, intelligent,
Microsoft 365 offers a complete, intelligent, secure solution that helps you translate your organisations' needs into solutions that enable success.
Microsoft Cloud Accelerator Workshops include a rapid deployment program to address the need for business continuity, helping you to more efficiently realize opportunities to boost productivity and collaboration across your workforce.
The Compliance Workshop: Data Risk Management is designed to provide you with an example of compliance risks in the data contained within your Modern Work environments. The workshop helps you to remediate compliance risks through Microsoft 365 E5-associated technologies. With the Compliance Workshop: Data Risk Management, you can:
- Uncover data risks in the customer environment.
- Help customers discover and classify data.
- Build customer confidence and mitigate risk through data-driven analytics and visualization.
- Identify compliance solutions in Microsoft 365 that reduce data risks and help meet compliance expectations.
- Develop customer recognition of Microsoft 365 E5 value.
The Microsoft Security Workshop is designed for individuals who are thinking of purchasing and/or deploying advanced Microsoft Security products. The workshop is intended to be delivered as a three-day engagement that includes:
- Understanding customers’ security goals and objectives.
- Identifying security threats using a Microsoft 365 E5 trial.
- Providing an overview of the Microsoft Security end-to-end story.
- Showcasing product capabilities through newly designed rich demos.
- Developing joint plans and recommending next steps.
Optional Additional topics Include Azure Sentinel.
Security + Sentinel Workshop
Changes in the data centre and overall threatscape suggest it might be high time to re-engineer the Security Operations Center (SOC). IT assets are sprawling and diverse, creating new vectors of attack. There are clear limitations with traditional tools for Security Information and Events Management (SIEM), as well as difficulties with integration. Manual processes, skills shortages, and reactive models prevail, making security resemble more a cat-and-mouse game than a strategic business function.