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Learn how Microsft Dynamics 365 tools help track who makes changes, what data is changing and when those changes were made to identify errors and support audits.

If you're a Maryland-based Department of Defense contractor, a new state program can provide some financial assistance when it comes to compliance work necessary to remain eligible for DoD business.

If you’re trying to figure whether Microsoft Office 365 is right for you, then migration should be one of your primary concerns.

When it comes to a cloud-based suite like this, migrating to Office 365 from your current IT environment is no small task.

That’s why you have to be sure you know what you’re doing.

Before we get to the 6 steps you should follow for a perfect Office 365 migration, let’s make sure we’re on the same page about what it actually is…

What is Microsoft Office 365?

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If you're a Department of Defense (DoD) contractor, you need to comply with a wide-arching set of guidelines related to data security. A failure to demonstrate and maintain compliance means your business is out of the running for DoD business.

Your data may be “in the cloud” – but do you know what that really means? Do you know why it’s important to understand where your data is stored? How does data storage factor into security? Does this affect compliance?

A recently announced a data security breach of Microsoft’s Outlook.com product has many wondering how to work with MSP customers to understand the scope and impact.

What Happened to Outlook.com Data?

It appears that the breach occurred when a support agent’s access credentials were compromised. Support agents are customer service representatives that handle technical issues and complaints. That led to unauthorized access to a portion of the accounts on Microsoft’s web email service

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