Microsoft Office 365 Training
MICROSOFT CERTIFIED SOLUTIONS ASSOCIATE (MCSA): OFFICE 365 SOLUTIONS ASSOCIATE
Earning an MCSA certification qualifies you for a position as a software as a service (SaaS) administrator or cloud applications administrator focused on managing Office 365 business productivity products like Exchange, SharePoint & Lync.
20346 Managing Office 365 Identities and Services
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70-346 Part 1 Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements
70-347 Part 2 Enabling Office 365 Services
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MCSA: Office 365 Solutions Associate
HOW CAN OFFICE 365 HELP YOUR BUSINESS?
Office 365 is specifically designed to meet the needs of organizations of all sizes – individuals, sole proprietors, large and mid-sized businesses, government agencies and educational institutions. Helping you save time and money, while freeing up valued resources.
From a single easy-to-manage portal, assigned administrators can manage every aspect of their business using familiar tools—such as SharePoint On-Line, Exchange On-line and Skype for Business—to provide users with an easy-to-use, collaborative platform.
Additional Business Benefits of Office 365:
- Access documents, email and shared calendars from anywhere, on any device
- Host online meetings with multi-party HD video conferencing and screen sharing
- Protect your email environment with always up-to-date antivirus and anti-spam
- Collaborate on documents with teammates, share reports with business partners
- Safeguard your data with enterprise-grade reliability and disaster recovery
Discover Microsoft Office 365 Products
Office 365 – Microsoft Office 365 is the same Office you already know and use every day. Office 365 is powered by the cloud, so you can access your applications and files from virtually anywhere.
Microsoft Word – Microsoft Word is the de facto standard in business for creating documents such as letters, invitations, term papers, flyers, resumes, novels and other documents.
Microsoft Excel – Excel is a spreadsheet application, typically used to display and manipulate numerical data. Microsoft Excel provides data organization and analysis tools that enables you to sort, extract and generate charts from spreadsheet data.
Microsoft Access – Access is a database tool for gathering and understanding all of your information such as phone numbers, inventory and even guest lists, providing a convenient way to enter, navigate and report your data.
Microsoft Publisher – Publisher is a desktop publishing software package to create various types of marketing materials, including newsletters, brochures, catalogs, postcards and calendars.
Microsoft Outlook – Outlook is the world’s most popular application for email, calendars, and contacts. The Outlook desktop application works with both your personal and work email.
Microsoft PowerPoint – PowerPoint enables you to create dynamic presentations through the use of text, graphics and animation. Slide presentations created with the software are often displayed on projection screens for business, training or educational presentations.
Microsoft Visio – Visio is a diagramming tool that can be used to visually communicate technical as well as non-technical representations of ideas, processes, charts, structures, layouts, software models, blueprints and more.
Microsoft Project – Microsoft Project allows you to control project schedules and finances, communicate and present project information, and ensure that projects are completed on schedule throughout a project life cycle.
Microsoft OneNote – OneNote allows you to keep notes in handy in a convenient location – exactly where you are – enabling you to find and use them simply.
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Office 365 Courses
This course builds upon the foundational Microsoft Office 2007/2010 knowledge & skills. It focuses on the enhanced features students want to leverage to improve the way they manage, organize, present, and distribute their company’s data and information.
This course is intended for business users and knowledge workers in a variety of roles and fields who have competence in a desktop-based installation of the Microsoft Office 2010 or 2013 edition of the Microsoft Office productivity suite, and who are now extending Microsoft Office to a collaborative cloud-based Office 365 environment.