In this five-part technical training series, you’ll learn about the features and functionality of SharePoint Online, helping you position end-to-end solutions for customers. If you’re new to Microsoft’s premium content and collaboration solution, then this training is perfect for you! To begin, you’ll receive an overview of SharePoint 2016 and learn how to leverage this technology to start moving your customers to the cloud. Our Microsoft technical experts will walk you through OneDrive for Business and to show you how to protect data and ensure compliance within the cloud.
You’ll discover how external sharing works to enhance business collaboration and learn about the tools in Office 365 to help you manage projects more efficiently. Lastly, we’ll demonstrate how to position education solutions for Office 365.
Moving to the Cloud with SharePoint 2016
External Sharing with SharePoint Online and Partner-Facing Extranet Sites
Moving to the Cloud with OneDrive for Business
Protecting Your Data in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business
Driving Office 365 Adoption for Education Solutions
Technical content level: 300-400
Applicable to Seller - TSP (technical solution sales), Practice Lead - TDM (technical decision maker) and IT Implementer roles at Microsoft Partner Network member organizations.
- This technical training is unlimited for Action Pack, Silver and Gold Microsoft partners.
To register, you must be a member of the Microsoft Partner Network and use the email address associated with your MPN ID. To associate yourself to your company’s Microsoft Partner Network profile, follow the steps on the Simplified Association Process page. If you have issues associating with your organization’s MPN account, please submit a question in the Partner Support Community.
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