Hosted Email Security Integration with MicrosoftOffice 365

| October 4, 2016

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Office 365 is Microsoft’s cloud solution for accessing email, calendar, and Microsoft office tools. Office 365 allows organizations to host their entire email architecture at an off-site location, and it allows Microsoft to manage all the day-to-day aspects of your organization’s email. Trend Micro has designed Hosted Email Security (HES) for customers who are using either cloud-based or onsite email. Unlike traditional onsite email solutions where a simple cable could be moved in order to add a layer of protection, cloud-based solutions require a different approach. This document highlights the benefits of HES for Office 365 customers, as well as step-by-step instruction on integration. This integration guide assumes a functioning Office 365 deployment.

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