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City speeds emergency services, controls spending with Microsoft 365

The City of Corona, California, had an aging IT infrastructure that didn’t adequately serve the government’s or the public’s needs. To address the issue, Corona deployed Microsoft 365, which includes Windows 10, Office 365, and Microsoft Enterprise Mobility + Security. With its modern solutions in place, the city now resolves many IT issues in 10 to 20 minutes versus four days, saves up to $1,000 in IT maintenance per incident, and has a foundation for future improvements. Read more here.
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AEP Energy lights up personalized experiences with Dynamics 365 Customer Insights

AEP Energy wanted to generate useful insights to better serve their customers from decades of data spread across multiple systems. Microsoft was able to help them migrate data from more than 460,000 residential, small business, commercial and industrial customers. into the Dynamics 365 platform, making them more competitive against larger suppliers with less customer focus.
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Greater security at lower cost with the expertise and power of Microsoft Security solutions

Securely harness the power of the cloud with Azure Advanced Threat Protection. This infographic outlines how your organization can trust Azure Advanced Threat Protection as it provides real-time security at enterprise scale, detect threats quickly, and allows your organization to stay focused on what’s important.
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Disruptions and opportunities: Navigating hybrid education

In the spring semester of 2020, schools were forced to pivot to remote learning due to COVID-19. The questions that arose also prompted system and school leaders to reexamine education in broader terms.
Barbara Holzapfel, VP Microsoft Education, addresses some of the shifts that are happening right now. She also highlights key findings in a new whitepaper titled, “Disruptions and Opportunities: Lessons from the spring of 2020.” Have a look at this blog, which includes links to additional remote and hybrid learning resources.
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