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Secure collaboration with M365

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In this webinar, Core will discuss the capabilities for modern and secure collaboration between Local Government organisations and key partners such as Schools, the NHS and Police. In these scenarios, which often involve the sharing of some of the most sensitive personal information relating to citizens, Microsoft 365 provides much better tools and enables significantly improved strategies to protect access and limit the propagation and copying of this data. Join us to learn how to take the security of your citizen data to the next level without compromising multi-organisational working.

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Paul Saer

Head of Public Sector, Core Technology Systems
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