This collection of courses provides newcomers with the first step they need to start a career in IT. After completing this path, learners should be prepared to begin an entry-level IT job, such as Help Desk Technician or Desktop Support Technician, that provides additional hands-on experience. With some experience, learners will be ready to move into more formal certification programs, such as Microsoft's MCSA collection of certification titles.
This course describes how to configure an Office 365 tenant
and plan for a pilot deployment. This
course also describes how to manage Office 365 users, groups, and licenses, and
configure administrative access by using the Office 365 console and the Windows
PowerShell command-line interface. Also, this course describes the different
types of client software that you can use to connect to Office 365, and the
infrastructure requirements that the clients need to meet to connect to Office
365. In addition, this course teaches you how to configure different types of
Office 365 clients, how to plan and configure directory synchronization between
Azure AD and on-premises AD DS.
This course describes Exchange Online and explains how to create and manage recipient objects and how to manage and delegate Exchange security and how to plan and configure Exchange Online services. It also explains how to plan and configure anti-malware and anti-spam settings in Office 365. Course describes how to plan and implement the Skype for Business Online deployment. This course also describes how to plan voice integration with Skype for Business Online and describes the administrative features available within SharePoint Online and the most common configuration tasks for any administrator who starts using SharePoint Online.
This course also describes the concept of site collections and the different sharing options within SharePoint Online. A brief overview of additional portals, such as the video portal, are also provided. This course describes how to plan and implement a SharePoint collaboration solution, and how to enable Yammer Enterprise services within Office 365 and OneDrive for Business, and Office 365 groups. This course also describes the compliance features in Office 365 and explains how to manage them. In addition, it describes how to plan and configure Microsoft Azure Rights Management (Azure RMS). Additionally, it discusses the security features in Office 365. how to monitor and review Office 365 services, and troubleshoot Office 365 issues and plan, implement identity federation between on-premises AD DS and Azure AD.
Office 365 is all you need to run your business locally or internationally. Office 365 is made up of 3 servers and multiple tools and addon software. Learn about Lync server for communications, Exchange Server for mail services, and SharePoint server for collaboration and for the backbone of the Office 365 environment. We take a look at how to administer each of these as well as how to administer the Office ProPlus and the powerful SkyDrive Pro. This course will be breaking down all the moving pieces and how they affect users of Office 365, but more importantly, how to administer the services to give all users a great experience.