Find out what you should know before watching this course. Andrew expects you to have a basic understanding of the cloud and virtualization. You may have used Office 365 online and have a Microsoft account. You should create a trial account within Office 365 and Intune to use during the course.
- [Instructor] Before you get started, there are a few things you need to know. In this course, I'll focus on the technologies and models used by the cloud. If you already use an online email service, such as outlook.com or Office 365, and have a good understanding of IT concepts, such as the internet and mobile devices, then you should be in good shape. This course can help fill out your cloud knowledge and hone your skills working with Office 365, Microsoft 365, and Microsoft Intune. If you want to learn more about it, then check out my course, Introduction to Microsoft 365, in the library.
- Cloud principles and delivery mechanisms
- Managing privacy in the cloud
- Meeting compliance goals
- Cloud availability
- Monitoring service health and maintenance
- Cloud services and their characteristics
- Identifying requirements of Microsoft cloud services
- Signing up for cloud services
- Configuring cloud services
- Configuring Microsoft Intune
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Cloud Principles and Delivery Mechanisms
2. Cloud Security Requirements and Policies
3. Cloud Updates and Availability
Cloud availability1m 6s
4. Types of Cloud Services
5. Identify Requirements of Microsoft Cloud Services
6. Sign Up for Cloud Services
7. Configure Cloud Services
8. Cloud-Based Device Management
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