Endpoint Management Workshop

Today’s users are looking for more ways to remain productive while working on any device. 95% percent of organizations allow personal devices in the workplace. With users asking for more ways to work the way they want, customers need the best tools and resources to manage both company-owned and user-chosen devices in the cloud.

The Endpoint Management Workshop is an engagement that will help you showcase the value of Microsoft 365, leading with Microsoft Endpoint Manager to show your customers how to manage users’ devices, apps, and identities from anywhere.

What you will learn: learn how to enforce end-to-end security and compliance for the entire organization.

Topics covered during the day 

  • Education about how you can improve upon your current endpoint and device management practices using Microsoft Endpoint Manager
  • Demonstrating how you can discover existing endpoints using their tenant capabilities, and protecting them from threats
  • Securing customers’ identities with easy-to-use multifactor authentication and automatic, risk-based conditional access from any device
  • Provide users with the means to be productive by giving them access to the apps they need on whichever device they want to use

After the workshop 

After the workshop, you will get prescriptive guidance about how to design and deploy Endpoint Management solutions to strengthen security throughout the organization.

CloudWay’s experts lead the way 

CloudWay’s workshop facilitators are subject matters experts (and taught leaders) in the Microsoft 365 space, with years of experience deploying and teaching these technologies.

Compliance Workshop

The Compliance Workshop focus on compliance and risk-management solutions that help businesses address their compliance needs. This workshop is designed to provide customers an example of compliance risks in the data contained within their Modern Work environments. The Compliance Workshop helps you create a compelling way  to remediate compliance risks through Microsoft 365.

What you will learn: identify hidden compliance risks, gain insights and actionable steps on how to leverage Microsoft Compliance solutions.

Topics covered during the day

  • Uncover data risks in the your environment
  • Help your discover and classify data
  • Build confidence and mitigate risk through data-driven analytics and visualization
  • Identify compliance solutions in Microsoft 365 that reduce data risks and help meet compliance expectations
  • Develop customer recognition of Microsoft 365 value

After the workshop 

After the workshop, you will have a strategic plan of actionable steps to mitigate and protect you against identified risks.

CloudWay’s experts lead the way 

CloudWay’s workshop facilitators are subject matters experts (and taught leaders) in the Microsoft 365 space, with years of experience deploying and teaching these technologies.

Identity Workshop

Microsoft Identity Workshop helps organizations identify risks and secure data. This workshop is designed to help you assess the maturity of your identity estates. By using Secure Score and application discovery tools, you help customers gain visibility into their current identity estates and help them define clear next steps and the best ways to mitigate risks.

What you will learn: secure your identities and devices from identity attacks.

Topics covered during the day 

  • A rating of your identity security postures and how it compare to others in their industries
  • Visibility into all apps used in their environments – even ones unsanctioned by IT
  • A clearer understanding of situation where identity might be compromised, and remediation steps
  • Actionable recommendations and next steps for improved migration and governance

After the workshop

After the workshop, you will have a strategic plan and recommendations from Microsoft identity experts to ensure identity security and protect authorized users from identity risks.

CloudWay’s experts lead the way 

CloudWay’s workshop facilitators are subject matters experts (and taught leaders) in the Microsoft 365 space, with years of experience deploying and teaching these technologies.

Security Workshop

The Microsoft Security Workshop enables organizations protect their environments from an ever-evolving threat landscape. This workshop is designed to understand the security toolbox of Microsoft 365 and deploying advanced Microsoft Security products.

What you will learn: overview on how to assess and strengthen security around your cloud environment from potential threats.

Topics covered during the day 

  • Understanding your security goals and objectives
  • Identifying security threats using a Microsoft 365 E5 trial
  • Providing an overview of the Microsoft Security end-to-end story
  • Showcasing product capabilities through newly designed rich demos
  • Developing joint plans and recommending next steps

After the workshop 

After the workshop, you will understand and identify potential cyberattacks, and define a security strategy with actionable recommendations.

CloudWay’s experts lead the way 

CloudWay’s workshop facilitators are subject matters experts (and taught leaders) in the Microsoft 365 space, with years of experience deploying and teaching these technologies.

Endpoint Manager – Patching Workshop

Patching remote workers can be difficult, do we rely on VPN connectivity for those users to connect to the office? Can we do anything to help with this process? What about that thing called Endpoint Manager?

At CloudWay we hear these pain points over and over with customers around the globe. The answers of course are particular to your requirements and environment, however, being informed is being prepared. Here will take you through the options including;

  • Windows & Office Patching
    • Understand the differences and options in both products to control updates
    • Update channels & update rings
    • Controlling feature releases
    • What to do when bad patches are released
  • Endpoint Manager Differences
    • The differences between capabilities of Configuration Manager and Intune
  • Configuration Manager
    • Cloud Management Gateway
      • What do we need?
      • Isn’t PKI required?
      • How much will this cost?
      • How boundary groups impact on determining the update source
      • What is split tunnelling
  • Intune
    • Transitioning from on-premises management to in-cloud management
    • Third party considerations
  • Azure Security Center
    • Patching servers with cloud automation

Target Audience:

This workshop is for anyone who currently managing Windows devices with either Configuration Manager or Intune, from beginners, right through to seasoned administrators who are adopting cloud integration / transitioning to co-management.

Key takeaways

Understand the differences between what you can achieve with on-premises and in-cloud management solutions, to ensure that your clients are always patched, in a way that is simple for the end user. Help say goodbye to that VPN and do things in a modern way.

About the trainers

Jan Ketil Skanke and Maurice Daly are delivering solutions in the Enterprise Mobility area for customers around the globe, ranging from several hundred to tens of thousands of devices. With this comes a wealth of experience gathered through these deployments, so make sure you ask questions, and be aware that sometimes you are not alone with a problem.