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Without any doubt, Atea is one of the most experienced players in the security market in the region, and we love to be a part of Microsoft’s security journey and crucial changes in how their Security story is told.
Microsoft is looking at security as an integrated part of Modern Workplace workstream, whereas Atea has decided to view both pillars separately to ensure both internal and external focus on the message.

At the beginning of the calendar year, 2019 Atea, together with Microsoft, started to build a unified approach to target and train Atea’s security sellers and consultants in full Microsoft end-to-end security message. The training initiative started with benchmarking of the current state of knowledge around Microsoft security message and ensuring the necessary introduction training are in place to cover the needs of level 100-200 specialists and serve as a baseline to organize a series of trainings branded under Atea Cloud Academy throughout the FY19 and FY20. This was done to ensure Atea’s technical consultants representing level 300-400 are trained by the best security trainers at Microsoft.

The first Atea Group Cloud Academy Bootcamp / Security and Identity, took place in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 9th – 11th. The event was organized in two tracks with product and roadmap sessions, discussions and long-awaited hands-on labs. The sessions were led by top-notch trainers from Microsoft who flew in from all over Europe and even the US. From Atea, it was a mix of on-site attendees from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Baltics and Atea’s Managed Services Hub as well as online participants who could not be there in person.
The Bootcamp exceeded the expectations of all parties in terms of organization, high-quality content and dialogues facilitated not to forget the networking piece of the event that allowed Microsoft and Atea teams to build valuable connections that has always been an essential part of the close cooperation between both companies.

To get a glance and the event watch the video:

On top of ensuring that Atea’s Security and Identity specialists are highly skilled and hands-on trained on Microsofts’ message, the team is also working hard to package Microsoft’s security offering into Atea value-add services. We at Atea are happy to present three new security-focused services – Atea Automated Security with Windows Defender ATP, Atea Cloud Security with Azure Security Center and Atea Security Boost with Microsoft Secure Score – and there are many more to come.

On top of being a customer trusted partner when it comes to products and services, Atea has always focused on being the advisor and game setter when it comes to Digital Transformation and adoption to new technology. Lately, this role has become utterly important when it comes to such a sensitive and complex topic as security. Atea sees this role of advisor evolving even more in FY20 when a lot of focus will be put on customer security journeys to initiate the delicate conversation with customers from different verticals that mainly face various pains around security.

Share our excitement of being a part of the ever-changing security landscape and listen to how security in IT has evolved over the past few decades in the interview with Atea’s Global PDM Jenny Långström.

The customers’ voice

Security has always been on top of the IT decision makers’ list of responsibilities. Being a consultancy and services partner, Atea sees a lot of different reasons why customers decide to look into enhancing their IT security. It is incredible to see an organization, especially a public sector player, looking into security from the end user perspective to ensure that their employees do not have to spend time worrying about the security of their workplaces and data, it just works.

Without any doubt, Atea is one of the most experienced players in the security market in the region, and we love to be a part of Microsoft’s security journey and crucial changes in how their Security story is told.
Microsoft is looking at security as an integrated part of Modern Workplace workstream, whereas Atea has decided to view both pillars separately to ensure both internal and external focus on the message.

At the beginning of the calendar year, 2019 Atea, together with Microsoft, started to build a unified approach to target and train Atea’s security sellers and consultants in full Microsoft end-to-end security message. The training initiative started with benchmarking of the current state of knowledge around Microsoft security message and ensuring the necessary introduction training are in place to cover the needs of level 100-200 specialists and serve as a baseline to organize a series of trainings branded under Atea Cloud Academy throughout the FY19 and FY20. This was done to ensure Atea’s technical consultants representing level 300-400 are trained by the best security trainers at Microsoft.

The first Atea Group Cloud Academy Bootcamp / Security and Identity, took place in Stockholm, Sweden, on April 9th – 11th. The event was organized in two tracks with product and roadmap sessions, discussions and long-awaited hands-on labs. The sessions were led by top-notch trainers from Microsoft who flew in from all over Europe and even the US. From Atea, it was a mix of on-site attendees from Sweden, Denmark, Norway, Finland, Baltics and Atea’s Managed Services Hub as well as online participants who could not be there in person.
The Bootcamp exceeded the expectations of all parties in terms of organization, high-quality content and dialogues facilitated not to forget the networking piece of the event that allowed Microsoft and Atea teams to build valuable connections that has always been an essential part of the close cooperation between both companies.

To get a glance and the event watch the video:

On top of ensuring that Atea’s Security and Identity specialists are highly skilled and hands-on trained on Microsofts’ message, the team is also working hard to package Microsoft’s security offering into Atea value-add services. We at Atea are happy to present three new security-focused services – Atea Automated Security with Windows Defender ATP, Atea Cloud Security with Azure Security Center and Atea Security Boost with Microsoft Secure Score – and there are many more to come.

On top of being a customer trusted partner when it comes to products and services, Atea has always focused on being the advisor and game setter when it comes to Digital Transformation and adoption to new technology. Lately, this role has become utterly important when it comes to such a sensitive and complex topic as security. Atea sees this role of advisor evolving even more in FY20 when a lot of focus will be put on customer security journeys to initiate the delicate conversation with customers from different verticals that mainly face various pains around security.

Share our excitement of being a part of the ever-changing security landscape and listen to how security in IT has evolved over the past few decades in the interview with Atea’s Global PDM Jenny Långström.

The customers’ voice

Security has always been on top of the IT decision makers’ list of responsibilities. Being a consultancy and services partner, Atea sees a lot of different reasons why customers decide to look into enhancing their IT security. It is incredible to see an organization, especially a public sector player, looking into security from the end user perspective to ensure that their employees do not have to spend time worrying about the security of their workplaces and data, it just works.