Enabling Office 365 Services (70-347)



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Enabling Office 365 Services (70-347)


About This Course

The coursework for Enabling Office 365 Services helps you prepare for the quintessential 70-347 exam, which is one amongst the two necessary exams to achieve Microsoft Office 365 MCSA certification. The coursework helps to monitor, manage, configure and plan client devices, SharePoint Online, Skype for Business and Microsoft Exchange Online.

This course is aimed at IT professionals involved in planning, evaluating, operating and deploying Microsoft Office 365 services including its requirements, supporting technologies and dependencies.


Who Should Attend This Course

IT professionals


Why This Course
  • The course prepares you for MS 70-347 exam.
  • Having an MCSA Office 365 certification will qualify you to work as a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) or cloud apps administrator with focus on Office 365 products such as Skype for Business, SharePoint and Exchange Online.
  • One of the necessary two exams toward achieving MCSA Office 365 certification.
  • Managing end-user and client devices
  • Planning and enabling Skype for Business and Exchange Online
  • Provisioning SharePoint site collections
  • Configuring Skype and Exchange Online

Course Objectives

This course aims to impart understanding and knowledge on the below-mentioned key job functions:

  • Manage end-user and clients devices
  • Manage user-driven deployments
  • Manage IT deployments
  • Set up reporting and telemetry
  • Provision SharePoint site collections
  • Configure external sharing
  • Plan collaboration solution
  • Configure Skype for Business and Exchange for end users
  • Configure email addresses for users
  • Manage external resources, groups and contacts
  • Configure archive policies
  • Configure communication settings for Skype for Business
  • Manage anti-spam and anti-malware policies
  • Recommend mailbox migration
  • Manage Skype for global communications

Course Prerequisites

Professionals interested for this course should have some understanding of Office 365 tenant and practices to navigate within the Office 365 Admin Center, SharePoint Online, Skype for Business and Exchange Online Admin Center. You should also possess some knowledge of Azure Active Directory, MS Office 365 ProPlus, etc.


Course Benefits


Some of the core benefits of Enabling Office 365 Services are as follows:

  • Prepares you for 70-347 exam
  • Managing end-user and client devices
  • Planning and enabling Skype for Business and Exchange Online
  • Provisioning SharePoint site collections
  • Configuring Skype and Exchange Online

Curriculum


Manage clients and end-user devices

Overview

This section gives the information on The Enabling Office 365 Services – Exam 70-347. It covers topics that helps the professional to plan, deploy and operate Office 365 services and more. It also covers the working of Office 365 Admin Center, Exchange Online, SharePoint, Skype for Business, Azure AD.

Manage Clients Deployment

This section discusses how to manage user-driven client deployments. It covers pros and cons of self- provisioning. It also shows how to configure restrictions.

Manage IT Office 365 Deployments

This section discusses software management and custom update options. It shows how to streamline the update process. It also takes a look at the office deployment tools which allows the administrator to manage installations and configure update options.

Setup Telemetry and Reporting

This section explains why and how to use telemetry for reporting with Office 365. It covers system requirements and other topics to consider prior to setting up the service. It also demonstrate the set up and interface navigation.

Plan for Office Clients

This section explains how to setup Office 365 clients. It covers two methods of installing i.e. Click-to-Run (C2R) and the older MSI method. It demonstrates how to use OffCAT. It demonstrates how to configure both the administrative and client-side settings to complete this process.

Create a Pilot Group for Testing Updates

This section takes a look at Office 365 updates. It discusses the terminology changes and the purpose and target of each update channel. It also shows the basic update methodology used with Office 365 ProPlus

Provision SharePoint Online site collections

Configure External SharePoint Users

This section explains how to configure external SharePoint users. It demonstrate how to set up sites and apply access restrictions to comply with various access control models.

Create SharePoint Site Collection

This section discusses SharePoint site collection. It explains the breakdown resource quotas and storage quota. It also shows how to configure a resource quota through the use of PowerShell.

Plan a Collaboration Solution

This section explains the collaboration concept and covers internal social media platform called Yammer. It demonstrates how to enable and use yammer to increase an organizations communication.

Configure eDiscovery

This section explains the process and technology of eDiscovery found in Office365. It shows how eDiscovert helps in finding specific data and builds an eDiscovery site.

Configure Exchange Online and Skype for Business Online for end users

Configure Additional Email Addresses

This section covers configuring additional email addresses in Exchange Online. It shows how to find the default email address, add an email alias, and change the default reply address.

Configure Contacts and Resources

This section demonstrate how to create and manage external contacts, resources, and groups. It also shows how to generate a resource mailbox via the GUI and PowerShell. It covers how to create a shared mailbox via the GUI as well as PowerShell.

Configure Personal Archive Policies

This section discusses how to configure personal archive policies and enable personal archives for mailboxes, as an alternative location to store historical data.

Configure Skype End User Settings

This section explains how to configure Skype for business online end-user communication settings, and how to turn off non-archived features for compliance.

Plan for Exchange Online and Skype for Business Online

Anti-malware and Anti-spam Policies

This section discusses setting up anti-malware and anti-spam policies, It also covers releasing quarantined messages, ‘Whitelisting’, ‘Blacklisting’ and Advance Threat Protection in Exchange On-line.

Mailbox Migration Strategy

This section discusses how to migrate mailboxes and different choices for doing so, using the web UI and using PowerShell, It also covers the utilization of the Import Service in Office 365.\

Plan for Exchange Online

This section discusses 4.3 Plan for Exchange Online including Client requirements for archive, Exchange retention policies, managing Office 365 Compliance Protection Center (or Security Compliance Center), alerts, permissions, classifications, and service assurance.

Manage Skype Global Settings

This section discusses enabling external access, and managing domain settings in Skype for Business.

Manage Skype Global Settings Addendum

This section covers managing changes in Skype Global Settings. It explains assigning of phone numbers, working in Web UI using PowerShell.

Manage Skype Global Settings

This section covers customizing meeting invitations, firewall considerations, and disabling push notifications in Skype for Business. It also explains how to configure and allow non-Skype users in Skype for Business, PSTN Conferencing, and Skype Meeting Broadcast.

Configure Advanced Threat Protection

This section describes configuring Advanced Threat Protection. It also discusses the configuration for safelink policy.

Customize Malware and Spam Protection

This section takes a look at creating customized policies against malware and spam. It demonstrate how to configure them and show how to set them up.

Customize Connection Filters

This section takes a look at using connection filters. Connections filters provides a means to allow or block emails based on IP addressing. It shows how to setup a IP Allow List and IP Block list using the O365 Portal.

Customize Content Filters

This section covers the use of content filters. It talks about the differences between connection filters and content filters. It also shows how to set configuration for content filters using O365 portal.

Enable External Mail Flow Topologies

This section introduces the use of connectors to send emails through O365. It explains where to use connectors and the configuration required for connectors.

Enabling Office 365 Services

Implement Microsoft Teams

This section takes a look at the use of Microsoft Teams. Teams will be succeeding Skype for Business as the main messaging and communication software within O365. It demonstrates the interface and implementation of microsoft teams for the tenant.

Implement Microsoft Flow and PowerApps

This section discusses powerapps for business. It explins that apps can be created for tablets or phones and published for access. It show that apps can be created using templates or from scratch.

Configure and Manage Microsoft StaffHub

This section discusses Microsoft StaffHub. It explains provisioning StaffHub and the account needed for it. It demonstrates how to manage staff and how to configure it .

Configure Storage and Access Control

This section discusses the proliferation of cloud storage and control of cloud storage. It shows how to configure storage quotas using the portal and how to modify those quotas using powershell.

Configure Document Deletion Policies

This section configures Document deletion policies. It explains the use of the Security Compliance with Retention Policies as being the preferred method to create and configure them. It also demonstrate how to get to the Document Deletion Policy Center in Sharepoint Online .

Manage and Migrate OneDrive for Business

This section discusses managing OneDrive for Business. It review OneDrive Admin Center configuration options. It demonstrate how to configure the network bandwidth options and how to set alerts in the security c compliance center.

Configure eDiscovery and Advanced eDiscovery

This section reviews the configuration of eDiscovery and shows options in the Advanced eDiscovery. It shows how to configure and use eDiscovery and also covers the options available in Advanced eDiscovery.

Configure Office 365 Security and Governance

This section gives an overview of the security and compliance center. It demonstrates how to setup advanced data governance through a retention policy. It also shows where and how to enable secure store for credentials to 3rd party data sources.

Schedule & Fees


SELF PACED Online INSTRUCTOR LED CLASSROOM
Duration 1 Year Access 5 Days 5 Days
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Course Price $249 On Request On Request
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Why should I enroll for Enabling Office 365 Services?

  • The course prepares you for MS 70-347 exam.
  • Having an MCSA Office 365 certification will qualify you to work as a SaaS (Software-as-a-Service) or cloud apps administrator with focus on Office 365 products such as Skype for Business, SharePoint and Exchange Online.
  • One of the necessary two exams toward achieving MCSA Office 365 certification.
  • Managing end-user and client devices
  • Planning and enabling Skype for Business and Exchange Online
  • Provisioning SharePoint site collections
  • Configuring Skype and Exchange Online

Who all are eligible for this course?

IT professionals

Professionals interested for this course should have some understanding of Office 365 tenant and practices to navigate within the Office 365 Admin Center, SharePoint Online, Skype for Business and Exchange Online Admin Center. You should also possess some knowledge of Azure Active Directory, MS Office 365 ProPlus, etc.

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