This Certification Exam Prep session is designed for people experienced with Microsoft 365 who are interested in certification. Specifically, attendees will learn more about the recently announced Microsoft 365 Mobility and Security MS-101 exam that is part of the new Microsoft 365 Enterprise Administrator certification. You will learn about how to approach studying for this new job role, and being successful in your exam endeavors. Attendees of this session can expect to review the topics covered in the certification exams in a fast-paced format, as well as receive some valuable test taking techniques. Attendees will leave with an understanding of how Microsoft certification works, what are the key topics covered in the exams, and an exhaustive look at resources for getting ready for the exam. The session is led by a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT), experienced in delivering sessions on these topics.
With all of the options available to you to run IT services like productivity, device management, identity and security services, we’ll show you the new IT Roadmap for Microsoft 365 - a new way to visualize and plan a broad and long-term IT strategy for your organization. We'll demonstrate how it helps you to build a tangible IT Roadmap, keep up to date with the latest tech, track progress and communicate your plans to business, user and security stakeholders, and get the help that you need to move forward.
Harness the power of secure cloud authentication using Azure Active Directory. We'll explore your options with Azure AD and introduce the new Pass-through Authentication and Seamless Single Sign-on capabilities. We'll walk through the experiences and setup using the Azure AD Connect tool.
In this episode of Microsoft Mechanics, we go hands-on with the updates to Azure Information Protection with its lead program manager, Gagan Gulati. We demonstrate and give step-by-step instructions for creating labels, scanning your files in Office 365 and on-prem server locations using the new AIP Scanner. And we'll show how these protections extend beyond Microsoft platforms, locations and file types as we show how AIP protections can extend to third party SaaS services like Box, using Microsoft Office apps on Windows or MacOS and even in non-Microsoft apps with a first look of AIP label integration coming to Adobe Acrobat Reader for PDF files.