Microsoft’s Office 365 includes basic email protection but doesn’t protect against malware and phishing attempts. Customers can choose an additional Microsoft product, Advanced Threat Protection, or can choose an entirely different email security solution. Either way, customers need to do something to augment their email security or they expose themselves to growing security threats, as the move to Office 365 exposes an entire company to a heavily online environment.Most customers need more than basic protection for Office 365 email – so what are their logical options?Click To Tweet
Rich is the Director of Public Cloud Product Marketing at Barracuda. He joined the team as part of the acquisition of C2C Systems in 2014. Rich is one of Barracuda’s public cloud experts – he works directly with the cloud ecosystems and has been quoted in eBooks from Microsoft on public cloud security. He is also a frequent contributor to Barracuda’s own cloud blogs. For our cloud motions, he helps develop strategies and execution with our partners and sales teams.
You can email Rich at email@example.com.