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AppRiver’s David Petree Earns Fifth Microsoft MVP Award

They say to be nominated for any award is an honor, but to be a five-time winner – among a field of subject matter experts – is truly extraordinary.

Just ask AppRiver Senior SharePoint Escalation Lead David Petree, who was selected as a 2018 Microsoft MVP Award winner – for the fifth time in as many years.

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Want to know more about Microsoft 365?

Looking to learn more about Microsoft 365?

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How Microsoft Partners Look To Redefine The Way Microsoft Sells, Delivers Technology In Cloud World

Microsoft’s Partner Network (MPN) has been the primary delivery vehicle for Microsoft technology to small and mid-size businesses for decades, and partners continue to drive adoption of Office 365 and Azure services by hundreds of thousands of new business users every month.  It’s no secret to MPN members that new...

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Want To Know More About Microsoft 365?

Are you ready to learn more about Microsoft 365? Good, we are ready to help.

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AppRiver Is Ready To Help Nonprofits Upgrade Technology

New York, April 6, 2018 – No one knows the struggles of belt-tightening and working with stagnant budgets more than nonprofits. Often, they are faced with hard decisions about how to allocate their limited funds, and many times that means cutting money that could be used to upgrade technology – technology that could, in...

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In the know: Office 365 premium security offerings

 

Office 365 has become the new standard for business productivity software, but it might not offer everything your business needs to be secure.

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AppRiver boasts a four-time Microsoft MVP

Congratulations go out to AppRiver Senior SharePoint Escalation Lead David Petree, who was selected as a 2017 Microsoft MVP Award-winner.

It is no small feat to be named a Microsoft Most Valuable Professional Award winner. It is even more exceptional when you are named an MVP four years in a row. Not to mention being only...

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Windows 10 Source Code Leak: Hackers Get a Big Head Start

By Shawn Morrison

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Malicious Macros and OLE Malware

Malicious macros are nothing new these days. They've been around for years and will likely be staying for years to come. Macros themselves aren't the enemy though, and in fact can be a very powerful tool to help users automate complex tasks within a document. However, malware authors use the macro power for evil by...

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