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Sarah Bunt

ON-DEMAND WEBINAR | 7 Myths of Why Not to Move to The Cloud

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There are many myths around moving to the cloud…

We’ve heard everything from “The cloud is not secure” to “I’m not ready to move everything to the cloud.”

To clear up any misconceptions and provide you with the truth, Interlink Cloud Advisors offers an on-demand webinar that walks you through seven popular myths on migrating to the cloud.

As a Microsoft Gold partner, Interlink has moved over hundreds of thousands of users and thousands of companies to Office 365, so we have pretty extensive knowledge on the topic. In this webinar, we’ll share this knowledge on best practices and things to avoid.

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7 Myths Covered:

  1. The Cloud is Less Secure
  2. The Cloud is Not Used in My Industry   
  3. The Cloud is Less Reliable      
  4. The Cloud is Not Compliant
  5. The Cloud is More Expensive
  6. The Cloud is All or Nothing
  7. The Cloud is Too Much Effort

If you have not yet moved to the cloud, this on-demand event will provide you with a plethora of knowledge around migrating to Office 365.

View the webinar & slide deck today!


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M. Scherocman

Matt Scherocman
President | Interlink Cloud Advisors

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Mike Wilson
VP & Managing Consultant | Interlink Cloud Advisors
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How Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection’s New Anti-Impersonation Features Help Defend Against Phishing Attacks

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Chances are high that you have been the target of several types of nefarious malware phishing campaigns in the past year. Throughout the second half of 2017 alone, Microsoft Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (O365 ATP) mitigated a billion phishing emails. Because attacks are getting more complex and sophisticated, Microsoft continues to improve O365 ATP to help you defend your digital environment. Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection is just one of four different products from Microsoft with the Advanced Threat Protection branding attached. All work together to provide a layered approach to security. Learn in our article: Addressing Confusion Around Microsoft’s 3 Advanced Threat Protection Solutions.

O365 ATP continues to develop strong defenses against phishing attacks and the results show their effectiveness. O365 ATP has now achieved a malware catch rate greater than 99.9% and a 45 second average file detonation time (meaning that the time for emails to be deep scanned is less than a minute now).

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Matt Scherocman

Multi-Geo: Microsoft’s New Globally Reaching, Enterprise-Grade Data Location Controls

Multi-Geo: Microsoft’s New Globally Reaching, Enterprise-Grade Data Location Controls

At a time, when there are so many regulations from governments, corporate compliance and third-party regulators, Microsoft is guiding the path to more granular data location controls within organizations on a global scale with their Multi-Geo feature. This feature gives organizations with Office 365 the ability to put their end user’s Office 365 data in different Microsoft data centers across the world and setup unique permissions for each country, and it is now available for Exchange Online and OneDrive for Business. Future releases of Multi-Geo will include support for SharePoint Online and Office 365 Groups.

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Sarah Bunt

What is the Microsoft 365 Business Plan?

What is the Microsoft 365 Business Plan?

Microsoft 365 Business Plan is all about combining the offerings of Office 365, Windows Intune, and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). Aimed at small to mid-sized organizations, this new plan looks to create a unified ecosystem of productivity, security and collaboration across a business at an affordable cost of use.

With a reasonably high user limit of up to 300, the Microsoft 365 Business Plan is the perfect solution for your small to medium business or organization. Especially if you’re specifically looking to purchase both Office 365 and Windows 10 and receive enhanced Microsoft Security features. The $20/month cost makes this plan not only an affordable price point, but also provides the critical functionality that businesses need. 

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A Guide to Archiving Mail in Office 365 and Handling Terminated Users

A Guide to Archiving Mail in Office 365 and Handling Terminated Users

“Immutability” is the industry-standard term for “preserving data in the system so that it is discoverable and cannot be destroyed or altered."

With Exchange Server 2016 with Enterprise CAL or Exchange Online Plan 2 (included in Office 365 E3 and Office 365 E5 plans), Microsoft enables organizations to preserve individual or all mailbox items for discovery natively, keeping those items within the Exchange infrastructure. This approach is called, In-Place hold.

One significant benefit of hold - as opposed to separate, read-only storage - is that items are preserved within the Exchange infrastructure. This preserves more of the information, including metadata, and makes management easier for IT admins. Users benefit because they can manage their mailboxes using the familiar Outlook interface. From an IT-perspective, In-Place Hold eliminates the necessity and complexity of maintaining a separate infrastructure and potentially storage for Exchange items.

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