Secure Email Messaging in Office 365: Four Key Considerations

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The uptake in use of hosted mailboxes is occurring alongside a greater decentralization of working practices with the rise of remote working, long distance collaboration, and cloudbased software and services.

Organizations worldwide are moving to Microsoft Office 365 for hosted email services, and for good reason. The benefits that Office 365 brings are numerous; from reduced costs and infrastructure requirements to practically limitless scalability and storage.

These benefits add up to an outsourced mail service that is more flexible, powerful and productive than ever.

Unfortunately, with these revolutions in mail hosting and working practices, comes greater information security risk than ever before. Download this whitepaper to learn the four issues that are highly important when considering email security functionality in O365.

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