DB Systel UK ensures digital safety for Sheffield City Region businesses

18th November 2020

DB Systel UK are continuing to support Sheffield City Region Businesses with their digital security needs in a bid to ensure employees can continue working safely from home with a free month of Office 365 security.

Over the past six months the COVID-19 pandemic has ravaged its way across the globe, seeing a shift that we thought would take decades happen, virtually overnight.

Many businesses have deployed more and more applications like Office 365 to ensure their businesses remain operational, supporting entire workforces to work from home.

Whilst we’ve all risen to the challenging of shifting to a new working culture, cyber-criminals are exploiting the new security vulnerabilities its introduced. The rush to adopt new technologies has presented gaps in security with many not fully understanding crucial security needs, leaving businesses vulnerable to cyber-attack.

It’s been a tough year for businesses with lots of ongoing adaptation and change, that’s why we’re offering support with Office 365 security free for 30 days, to help businesses understand the risks of any IT changes and keep them working safely from home.

Many don’t know that Microsoft’s built in security tools do not safeguard against all threats, so it’s important to understand the level of security required to keep your business protected. 

Ensure you have the right security to protect your business and secure your entire remote workforce from threats such as ransomware, phishing and email compromise introduced through applications, such as Microsoft Office 365.

The free trial is available for a 30 day period and are booked on a first come, first served basis https://www.dbsystel.co.uk/o365-free-trial-form/

As a market leading SonicWALL specialist, our experience and expertise around application security can help you realise the cost savings of adopting Microsoft Office365 while ensuring best in class security, protecting against data loss and ensuring you are fully compliant.

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