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Itergy Hosts Cloud Security Strategy Seminar in Toronto and Montreal

April 29, 2015 | Category: Itergy

Top Microsoft partner Itergy holds IT professionals targeted events across east-central Canada.

Itergy announces that it will be hosting a Cloud Identity and Security Strategy seminar in Toronto and Montreal.

Itergy’s first seminar will take place in Toronto on May 6 at the Microsoft Store in Yorkdale Shopping Centre. Itergy will complete this series for the month in Montreal on May 7 at the Sports Club MAA. In these sessions, Itergy’s cloud and security experts will provide guests with the knowledge and advice they need to ensure their corporate data is safe.

Software as a Service (SaaS)-based applications and mobile apps for business are trending, and managing the access to corporate data across different devices is becoming more complex and precarious. Itergy will explain how companies can enhance their internal AD with the new release of Microsoft’s Azure AD Premium as part of the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS).

Itergy will present a demo of Azure Premium AD, allowing guests to see how the new offering authenticates corporate credentials to a number of SaaS apps. Topics of discussion will include the importance of managed identity within data loss prevention, how to leverage Azure AD Premium and benefits of features such as self-service password reset.

Itergy is proud to have been a Microsoft partner since 2001. Its extensive subject matter expertise, as attested to by its Microsoft Gold competencies, makes it one of the top Microsoft partners. Itergy is the winner of the 2012 Global Microsoft Identity and Security award and was a finalist for 2013. As a Cloud Certified partner with world-renowned expertise in identity and access management and extensive experience in deploying cloud solutions, Itergy brings together a perfect combination to help companies with their cloud computing needs. In addition, Itergy was recently chosen by Microsoft to be one of the two top partners to deliver solutions focused on EMS, making it a preferred partner for “bring your own device” (BYOD) and “doing your own cloud” initiatives.