CodeTwo and Petri.com talk about email signature management at Microsoft Ignite

Microsoft Ignite 2019 just ended a few days ago, but it still resonates in us. Our representation team had many inspirational and positive talks with other attendees, many of which were our happy customers. One of the talks was particularly interesting, where CodeTwo’s CEO, Simon Szczesniak, was asked by Brad Sams from Petri.com to shed some light on the concept of central email signature management.

Watch their Ignite 2019 meetup below:

CodeTwo and Petri.com talk about email signature management at Microsoft Ignite

In the video, Brad and Simon talk about CodeTwo solutions, focusing on our flagship application for email signature management – CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365. Simon explains how it works and how it makes an admin’s life super-easy by automating and unifying email signatures for an entire company in just 5 minutes. No matter how many users, devices or email clients need a consistent email signature, the CodeTwo solution ensures that you can manage it quickly, securely, and professionally. 

The original material is also available on Petri.

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CodeTwo Email Signatures for Office 365 is the world-leading and highest rated email signature solution for Microsoft 365 & Office 365. It’s a cloud service deployed on Microsoft Azure in a region of customer’s choice, backed up by world’s only 4-level security system compliant with ISO/IEC 27001 & 27018 and a free 1-year Microsoft 365 data backup service, which makes it the most secure signature software on the market. Our product is co-engineered with Microsoft and awarded by Microsoft for exceptional Customer Experience.

CodeTwo offers solutions for organization-wide email signature management, data backup and migration for Microsoft 365 & Exchange Server, developed for 15 years and used by over 90k organizations worldwide, including Facebook, Samsung and UNICEF.

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