Updated Contoso in the Microsoft Cloud poster includes Secure SharePoint Online sites enterprise scenario

The Contoso in the Microsoft Cloud poster has been updated with the following:

  • The latest information and links.
  • A new enterprise scenario that describes how the Contoso Corporation is using the Secure SharePoint Online sites and files solution for collaboration on sensitive and highly confidential digital assets.

The Contoso in the Microsoft Cloud poster examines how the Contoso Corporation, a global manufacturing conglomerate with its headquarters in Paris, is embracing a cloud-inclusive IT infrastructure. Contoso has identified its business needs and addressed major cloud-based design decisions for networking, identity, subscriptions, and security. Contoso is also deploying end-to-end enterprise cloud scenarios.

You can download this multi-page poster in PDF or Visio format and get this poster in eleven languages.

You can also view this poster online and in article format.


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The Contoso in the Microsoft Cloud poster is just one in a series that provides detailed architectural advice from choosing the right Microsoft cloud offerings to designing IT elements such as security, networking, identity, mobility, and storage.

This poster set shows the breadth and depth of the Microsoft cloud, the industry’s most complete cloud solution, and how it can be used to solve your IT and business problems.

Browse through the whole set of posters at http://aka.ms/cloudarchseries. For these posters in eleven languages, see this blog post.


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