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In this guide, you'll see how the new Office provides the capabilities you need to deploy Office as an enterprise class service. Powerful new Office Telemetry tools give you visibility into client performance, files used, and Office customizations. Click-to-Run technology optimizes how Office is installed and updated. Office on Demand delivers single Office applications instantly. You’ll see how to pilot and review results and how to block add-ins using Group Policy.

Associated Office Guide Course(s) | Business Intelligence in Office 365
Related Course(s)| 10968: Designing for Office 365 Infrastructure

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The new apps for Office provide an improved experience within Office applications by integrating rich content and services from the web. An app for Office is basically a webpage that is hosted inside an Office client application. You can use apps to extend the functionality of a document, email message, meeting request, or appointment. The apps for SharePoint provide a new method to deliver specific information or functionality to a SharePoint site. In this Jump Start, you’ll see some examples of apps for Office and SharePoint and learn what they can do. You’ll learn how to acquire and manage apps. You’ll learn more about the types of apps for Office and the applications that support them. You’ll also find out how to make apps for Office available to users, how to manage them by using Group Policy settings or the registry, and how to monitor them by using Telemetry Dashboard.


Associated Office Guide Course(s) | Deploying Office as a Service
Related Course(s)| 20331: Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013

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See how the new Office 365 Administration Center provides improved ease-of-management for IT professionals. Become familiar with the Office 365 Administration Center and learn how to perform key administration tasks. Experience some of the new features and user options in Outlook Web App. You will also become familiar with the new Outlook Web App mobile user experience.

Associated Office Guide Course(s) | Deploying Office as a Service

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See in a few simple steps how an administrator can prepare the Office 365 FastTrack pilot so users can begin exploring the new service. See how new users can get the most out of the Office 365 pilot experience.

Associated Office Guide Course(s) | Deploying Office as a Service
Related Course(s)| 10968: Designing for Office 365 Infrastructure

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The goal of this course is for the audience to learn about the IT Pro deployment features of Office 365 ProPlus, such as licensing and activation, Click-to-Run, Office Telemetry, and building App-V packages. Join us as we deliver demo-rich sessions that discuss these topics, first as an overview and then more in depth. Come hear how these new IT investments make upgrading Office a lot easier, faster, and economical.

Related Course(s)| 10968: Designing for Office 365 Infrastructure

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In this course, we look at the features and benefits of the new Office and how Microsoft is helping customers to make the transition to the cloud with offers that are economically attractive and simple to administrate through Office 365. We then explore the new suites and servers, Client Access Licenses (CALs), and migrations for those customers with Software Assurance (SA). Finally, we highlight two attractive ways for Enterprise Agreement (EA) customers to acquire Office 365 cloud services while maintaining the integrity of their existing agreement.

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This course targets the needs of IT professionals who take part in evaluating, planning, deploying, and operating Office 365 services, including its identities, dependencies, requirements, and supporting technologies. This course focuses on skills required to set up an Office 365 tenant, including federation with existing user identities, and skills required to sustain an Office 365 tenant and users. 

Instructor | Anthony Steven - ​Principal Technologist; Martin Coetzer - Portfolio Architect

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Around the globe, 1 billion Office users spend an average of two to three hours each day in Office clients, with more than 400 petabytes of data hosted in the Office 365 service. If you're a web developer, the Office 365 platform gives you the opportunity to reach these users with your business solutions, automate the day-to-day solutions, and even create custom solutions.

Members of the product team walk you through real-world Office 365 scenarios and demos in this session. Explore how you can build your solutions contextually directly into the Office 365 using the App Model. Learn how to call the Office 365 APIs from your stand-alone web applications and mobile device applications to leverage services like OneDrive for Business, Mail, Calendar, People, and Sites. Watch how experts create typical intranet scenarios using the App Model, and transform your existing SharePoint Full Trust Solutions.

The addition of modules 7 and 8 to this popular course provides detailed steps on what you need to get started with Office 365 development. Whether you are learning what's required to get SharePoint apps running with SharePoint Server 2013 on-premises (stand-alone and hybrid) or preparing for Exam 70-488, part of the MCSD: SharePoint Applications certification, you don't want to miss this informative training!

After you learn the fundamentals in this course, take Deep Dive into the Office 365 App Model, and get even more practical tips to get you started right away.

 
Instructor | ​ Jeremy Thake – Microsoft Technical Product Manager; Brian Jones – Microsoft Group Program Manager; Richard diZerega – Microsoft Architect; Scot Hillier – SharePoint MVP; Steve Walker - Microsoft Senior Program Manager; Ted Pattison - Critical Path Training Owner and Curriculum Manager

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IT Pros, if you are thinking about taking a look at Office 365 but you are not sure where to begin, this course walks through key scenarios you can try for yourself to get some hands-on experience. Follow along as experts take you through initial sign-up for the free trial, and then explore basic setup and configuration of Microsoft Exchange, Lync, and SharePoint.


See how straightforward sign-up and setup can be. This course steps you through Office 365 plan selection, initial user deployment, service configuration, real-time testing, and more. Set up your domain, try the new Outlook Web Access, and work with a SharePoint collaboration site. End the day with a complete Office 365 trial tenant, ready for further evaluation and experimentation.
 
Instructors |  Martin Coetzer - Microsoft Portfolio Architect;  Larry Kaye - Microsoft Senior Product Manager – Certification

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Developers, would you like to integrate your existing web applications (such as ASP.NET MVC 5) with the Office 365 APIs? Join a team of industry experts, including Scot Hillier, Ted Pattison, Rob Howard, and Jeremy Thake, as they walk you through intriguing real-world demos and show you how easy it can be to leverage these APIs and to implement practical scenarios.

Get the basics on the Office 365 APIs for Calendar, Mail, Contacts, OneDrive for Business, SharePoint, and more. And dive deep into the details, including authentication, authorization, access tokens, and process flow.
You can also apply these learnings to the next course, "Deep Dive: Integrate Office 365 APIs in Your Mobile Device Apps." 
  
InstructorScot Hillier - ​Critical Path Training Consultant; Ted Pattison - Critical Path Training Owner and Curriculum Manager; Rob Howard - Microsoft Program Manager;  Jeremy Thake - Microsoft Technical Product Manager

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