Author: Brian Alderman
The courses included in the Enabling Office 365 Services (70-347) four course path will help you prepare for the 70-347 exam, which is one of two exams necessary to obtain your Office 365 MCSA certification. These courses will help you plan, configure, manage, and monitor your client devices, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Skype for Business Online in your environment.... Read more Read less
The courses cover the exam objectives that are specific to the 70-347 exam, which is the second exam necessary for the MCSA: Office 365 certification. These courses will help you learn to manage, provision, configure, and plan SharePoint Online, Skype for Business Online, and Exchange Online.
Office 365 provides a versatile and powerful suite of tools that allows you to access content anywhere, anytime, and from almost any device. In this course, Planning, Configuring, and Monitoring O365 Clients and Devices, you'll be introduced to different types of products, features, and functionality that's necessary to manage and deploy a suite of products from Office 365 to your users and devices. First, you'll explore the two primary deployment options; user-based and IT-based, and what tools you'll have as an IT Pro to configure, control, and manage the deployment of products like Office 365 ProPlus. Next, you'll discover the Telemetry Dashboard available for Office 365, and learn how to monitor and analyze the use of products like ProPlus. Finally, you'll dive deeper into the components of the dashboard that are used to gather, process, and store all of this information for viewing through worksheets that contain information that can be filtered. By the end of this course, you’ll have the necessary knowledge to take full advantage of both the Telemetry Dashboard and Telemetry Log, along with all the deployment options available to deploy your own 0365 apps.
Exchange Online is a frequently underutilized tool in the workplace. In this course, Planning and Configuring Exchange Online, you'll learn a powerful set of tools that allow you to access your email from anywhere, anytime, and from almost any device by configuring synchronization options and remote access methods. First, you'll explore the different mailbox migration methods used to migrate existing mailboxes to Exchange Online. Next, you'll delve into the different types of mailboxes, including individual, resource, and shared mailboxes, along with distribution groups and contacts. Then, you'll learn how to manage the lifecycle of the content stored in mailboxes, by looking at the use of archive policies, retention policies, and tags. Finally, you'll discover how to secure the inbound and outbound email messages and protect the content contained within the mailboxes, by exploring permission delegation, anti-malware, anti-spam, legal holds, Data Loss Prevention (DLP), and the Exchange Online Protection Center. By the end of this course, you'll have a thorough understanding of how to plan and configure Exchange to meet your individual and company needs.
Do you need to implement and manage a suite of O365 collaboration tools but aren't sure where to start? In this course, Planning and Configuring Collaboration with SharePoint Online, you'll learn all about SharePoint Online (SPO) and how to create and configure SPO site collection settings. First, you'll dive into quota levels, external sharing, and administration settings using both the Graphical User Interface (GUI) and PowerShell. Next, you'll delve into how to enhance your collaboration experience by integrating Yammer.com, coauthoring, OneDrive for Business, and Delve. Finally, because security is a top concern, you'll discover security and compliance tools that integrate with SharePoint Online, including; Data Loss Prevention (DLP), Mobile Device Management (MDM), eDiscovery, and how to work with Office 365 groups using the GUI and PowerShell. When you are finished with this course, you'll have the skills and knowledge needed to utilize SharePoint Online to maximize collaboration efforts within your own organization.
Growing companies are constantly looking for better ways to stay connected. Skype for Business is another powerful product included in Office 365. In this course, Managing and Configuring Skype for Business, you'll learn how to manage and configure Skype for Business components and how to provide an online communication solution. First, you'll discover how to configure a user's presence. Next, you'll explore how to utilize mobile push notifications and setup custom meeting invitations. Finally, you'll dive into external connectivity, compliance settings, PSTN calling, cloud PBX, and dial-in conferencing. By the end of this course, you'll have a thorough knowledge of how to properly configure and manage Skype for Business Online components.
Learners should have some familiarity with an Office 365 tenant and know how to navigate inside of the Office 365 Admin Center, Exchange Online Admin Center, SharePoint Online Admin Center, and Skype for Business Admin Center. Learners should also have familiarity with Office 365 ProPlus, Azure Active Directory, and the Security and Compliance Admin Center.