Truesec's experts are awarded for exclusive MVP title once more

Published: 2020-07-02

The 1st of July is perhaps the most nerve-wracking day for the experts who hold the title of Microsoft MVP (Most Valuable Professional). It is the day when Microsoft evaluates all of its existing members and decides if they will be renewed for another year in the MVP program.

Fortunately, all of the MVPs at Truesec continued to gain confidence for another year!

We are so proud to work with such a dedicated team and we would like to congratulate the following team members on outstanding community leadership and for once again being awarded as MVPs:

Mikael Nyström – Cloud & Datacenter Management
Fredrik Nilsson – Microsoft Azure & Cloud & Datacenter Management
Hasain Alshakarti – Enterprise Mobility (Identity & Access Management)
Simon Binder – Enterprise Mobility (Microsoft Endpoint Manager)
Jordan Benzing – Enterprise Mobility (Microsoft Endpoint Manager)

The MVP award is a reflection of our talented staff’s deep expertise in both secure cloud solutions and secure Workplaces. We are incredibly proud of how dedicated our employees are to their craft. It also shows people’s deep commitment to the Microsoft community as well as product development in their respective fields.

Congratulations to our talented colleagues!

 

What does the title of Microsoft Most Valuable Professional mean?

The Microsoft MVP title is given to people who show a great commitment to the technology area in which they operate. This can mean anything from blogging, speaking at events and conferences, and streaming lectures to feedback to Microsoft product groups. The title is held and evaluated annually.

Around the world, there are today about 3000 MVPs in a wide range of product areas, in Sweden a total of about 120.

Read more about all of our Microsoft MVPs at their respective official MVP profile at Microsofts homepage

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