Tuesday, Aug 20 | 2:00 PM (CDT)
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About This Webinar
Join Microsoft MVP Paul Hunt in a live broadcast from the United Kingdom for an introduction to conditional access in Office 365. Learn how to leverage the latest investments by Microsoft in securing content and ensuring that appropriate access is granted to the appropriate people.

We'll look at what each license level provides, from the included options to the add-ons: covering basic access to SharePoint and OneDrive, through Intune based device/risk based access and the new premium offerings of Privileged Identity Management and Entitlement Management.

As always, the DFW SharePoint Community All Stars will bring the you latest news on SharePoint, Office 365 and Teams, along with Q&A for IT Pros, End Users and Developers.

Sponsored by:

BinaryWave | K2 | Sundown Solutions | Training+ | SparkHound | TrippLite | Ampio Solutions | Yash Technologies
Webinar ID
6ad9be7f4ab2
5001770
Paul Hunt
Microsoft MVP
Paul is the Business Productivity team’s Principal Consultant with Trustmarque, an MS Gold Partner Professional Services company supporting clients all over the UK. He is a four time awarded MVP in the Office Server and Services category.

He has been working with SharePoint since the 2003 version and has a wide experience of SharePoint across many industry verticals. With a long background in supporting Windows technologies, Paul originally entered the SharePoint world as a developer/IT Pro hybrid which has stood him in good stead as a consultant.

Paul is one of the co-organisers of the SharePoint User Group UK - London region and can often be found at user group events around the UK and Europe as both speaker and attendee, as well as on Twitter using the handle @Cimares. He is also the co-organiser of the combined SQL and SharePoint Saturday Cambridge event held in the Autumn.
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DFW Community All Stars
Your favorite DFW SharePoint community contributors, including Paul McCollum, Eric Shupps, Jennifer Roth, Corey Roth and Chris Webb.
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