I have had the great pleasure these past few months of reviewing a new eBook that is launching this week, called "Office 365 for Exchange Professionals".
The book has been written by Tony Redmond, Paul Cunningham and Micheal Van Horenbeeck which provides fantastic deep technical knowledge and real world scenarios for Exchange Admins looking to move, or indeed, already managing Exchange Online in Office 365.
The book covers a myriad of scenarios including:
When and how to use Cutover, Staged and Hybrid migrations – and talks about potential pitfalls and benefits of third party migration tools
How the Office 365 architecture and infrastructure has evolved from Live@Edu and BPOS into the Azure aligned cloud platform it is today
How to synchronise your on premise users to the Cloud using Directory Synchronisation and achieve single sign on with Active Directory Federation Services
Managing objects in the Cloud like mailboxes, distribution groups and activating Exchange Online features for your business and users
How to utilise eDiscovery, retention and Information Rights management policies and manage auditing in your Office 365 deployment
And many more.
The eBook provides real world insight to your Office 365 deployment or migration and will impress upon you the best approach and practices for any Office 365 transition – something many current books simply lack with their black and white approaches to 365 management; designed to give you just enough knowledge to pass an MCP exam.
The book is being launched at Microsoft Ignite, please grab your copy there or add this link to your favourites to await more information on its release:
Oliver Moazzezi - MVP Exchange Server
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