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81.

Provision SharePoint Online Site Collections

  • By Orin ThomasSep 5, 2015
  • Understanding how to configure and manage SharePoint Online site collections is critical for an Office 365 administrator. This chapter from Exam Ref 70-347 Enabling Office 365 Services covers how to configure external user sharing, create SharePoint site collection, and plan a collaboration solution.
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Provisioning Office 365

  • By Orin ThomasJun 30, 2015
  • In this chapter from Exam Ref 70-346 Managing Office 365 Identities and Requirements, learn the basic process of setting up an Office 365 tenancy. To master this objective you’ll need to understand some of the prerequisites, such as what you’ll need to think about before signing up for an Office 365 subscription, what an Office 365 tenant name is, what the different administrator roles are, and what to manage regarding tenant subscriptions and licensing.
83.

Create and Manage Users and Groups in Active Directory

84.

Deploy Your First Active Directory Forest and Domain

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Get Started with Office 365

  • By Blain BartonJun 24, 2015
  • Office 365, one of the public cloud-based services offered by Microsoft, is a software as a service (SaaS) suite that includes not only the personal computer versions of Office, but also mobile versions and the server services needed to connect them. If you’re ready to learn more about Office 365, this chapter from Microsoft Public Cloud Services: Setting up your business in the cloud will give you a great overview.
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Design Microsoft Azure Infrastructure and Networking

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Managing User Profiles in Microsoft SharePoint Online for Office 365

  • By Bill EnglishJun 23, 2015
  • In this chapter from Microsoft SharePoint Online for Office 365: Administering and configuring for the cloud, Bill English introduces the management of user profiles and discusses the usefulness of these profiles for finding experience and expertise within your organization. He looks at how to create new user profiles and why you might want to create user subtypes to make unique profiles or different profile types in your environment. He also discusses organization profiles and how to set up My Sites.
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Microsoft Public Cloud Services: What the Cloud Can Do for Your Business

89.

How to Install, Configure, and Manage the Mailbox Role in Microsoft Exchange Server 2013

90.

Planning and Deploying Session-based Virtual Desktops

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Virtualizing Desktops and Apps with Windows Server 2012 R2 Inside Out: Planning and Implementing App-V

92.

Working with Site Data in Node.js

93.

Enabling a Mobile Workforce: Managing BYOD and Company-Owned Devices

94.

Agile Project Management with Kanban: Adapting from Waterfall

95.

Exam Ref 70-695 Deploying Windows Devices and Enterprise Apps (MCSE): Implement a Lite-Touch Deployment

96.

Design and Implement an Azure Storage Strategy

97.

T-SQL Querying: TOP and OFFSET-FETCH

  • By Itzik Ben-Gan, Kevin Farlee, Adam Machanic, Dejan SarkaMar 11, 2015
  • This chapter from T-SQL Querying starts with the logical design aspects of the filters. It then uses a paging scenario to demonstrate their optimization. The chapter also covers the use of TOP with modification statements. Finally, the chapter demonstrates the use of TOP and OFFSET-FETCH in solving practical problems like top N per group and median.
98.

Implement an Azure Active Directory

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Exam Ref 70-342 Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (MCSE): Design, Configure, and Manage Site Resiliency

  • By Brian Reid, Steve GoodmanFeb 10, 2015
  • This chapter from Exam Ref 70-342 Advanced Solutions of Microsoft Exchange Server 2013 (MCSE) discusses the features and roles of Exchange Server 2013 that are utilized in a resilient site design so that you can be sure you have a solid understanding of the requirements of the software, and so that your network, servers, and processes will work as required.
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Extend Microsoft Access Applications to the Cloud: Creating a Blank Web App and Using Templates

  • By Andrew CouchFeb 9, 2015
  • In this chapter from Extend Microsoft Access Applications to the Cloud, you'll see how you can create a new blank web app using design tools without needing to import existing data. You’ll also look at basic design activities such as creating lookups and relationships, adding validation rules, indexing, and using calculated fields.

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