Microsoft 365 Customer Story: BP

Posted on January 14, 2020 | Tags: ,

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In an ever-changing security landscape, how do you keep users, devices, and data across 80 countries protected? For BP, they use Windows Defender Advanced Threat Protection that can compile information and identify possible threats more effectively than ever before. So effective in fact, that they put it on all 30,000 Windows 10 devices they have deployed across the world.

And this is just one of the many security tools from Microsoft 365 Enterprise E5 that BP is relying on to remain secure as they continue to transform their company. Learn more about their security journey in this video.

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