GET-IT Office 365 Security Day is Happening Now

Posted on September 30, 2020 by Brad Sams in Microsoft 365 with 2 Comments

Petri’s GET-IT: Office 365 Security 1-Day virtual conference is a full day of free learning dedicated to deep technical Microsoft Office 365 content aimed at accelerating the understanding of the security components of the platform as well as how to execute tasks securely inside the environment. Throughout the day you will hear from Microsoft MVPs and industry experts about how to take full advantage of security functionality in Office 365 and dive deep into the technical aspects of your tenant to make it more secure.

During this free day of learning, we will be streaming to YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, Petri.com, and other locations to make it easy for you to watch Office 365 Security Day wherever it is most convenient for you. And who will be speaking? On the docket, we have Stephanie Donahue, Steve Goodman, Todd Klindt, Joanne Klein, Liam Cleary, and Jasper Oosterveld. These respected MVPs will dive into various areas of the Office 365 platform and also provide downloads that you can use for reference material.

And not just MVPs, we will have other Petri Community experts from AvePoint, Planet Technologies, and CoreView sharing the knowledge they have gained from their implementations too.

Why Office 365 security? With the explosive growth of remote work during the past eight months, making sure that your users are on-boarded correctly, collaborating securely, and organized efficiently, is more important than ever.

With the event about three weeks away, you can head over to our landing page to learn more about the sessions and connect with the speakers. And be on the lookout for additional updates before the event too, including more sessions.

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2 responses to “GET-IT Office 365 Security Day is Happening Now”

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    proftheory

    How come I didn't see this three weeks ago?

    Isn't this like 'ya know Microsoft 365 really?

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