Yahya Siddiqui has experience in the field of Microsoft Azure, Active Directory, Exchange Server, Office 365, System Center, PowerShell, and Proxy Server/TMG/ISA Server. He has worked as System Administrator and deployed Active Directory & File Servers.
Everyone has a dedicated corporate email, isn't that so? Alongside email, a large portion of our work in the corporate world depends on our schedules, spreadsheets, pdf, and word documents to complete our tasks. These tools make associations all over the U.S. talk of the town due to their success stories.
With the wide scope of regular tasks that office professionals perform ever-expanding, it very well may be difficult to realize which task to organize following the set priorities and simple to get impeded with the measure of tasks you have to achieve.
Have you at any point considered what the difference between Office 365 and Office 19 is? Is it right to say that they aren't both simply the most recent version of the MS Office apps we use each day? For some people, this can be confusing – but you don’t need to worry because we will help you gain proficiency with the contrast between the two and comprehend which is best you and also your organization.
Microsoft office suite holds a market share of 42% in the US as of April 2020. The number is undeniable evidence of the huge customer base of Microsoft 365 apps. The growing popularity has been steady due to the continuous updates released by Microsoft. To make the solutions easier to use, more convenient in functionality, and more efficient in solving problems, updates in terms of features and security are released every month. Microsoft has also made changes to the update channels for MS 365 Apps, introducing ‘Monthly Update Channel’ serving the purpose of the previous version ‘Monthly Channel,’ but more schedule oriented and predictable. While the new channel update is here, Monthly Channel will be renamed to the Current Channel. Let’s get to the details of what the latest feature update Version 2003 (Build 12624 20588) has for MS 365 Apps users
Transitioning towards role-based certifications, Microsoft has declared that it will formally revoke all MCSA, MCSD, and MCSE certifications, along with their associated examinations and focus on role-based certifications instead. This implies that all the 15 certifications and 43 examinations will be revoked.
If you are part of an organization that uses cloud in this digital age, you must be overwhelmed with the benefits cloud computing has offered. Cloud-based services, platforms and infrastructures have altered the digital landscape altogether. It has not only provided opportunities to cut costs drastically, but the hassle of maintenance of servers and databases has also been shifted to cloud-based platforms.
Are you ready to join the industry that rules this century? Do you have what it takes to make it in this fast-paced world? If yes, then enter the IT industry for a fantastic career. There are a lot of ways where you can go from here. Consider being a Microsoft Azure Administrator. It will be the best decision for your career and your pocket as well.
SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that incorporates Microsoft Office. Launched in 2001, it has come a long way, from a stripped-back document manager to a collaboration, file accommodation, and content management powerhouse. The product is highly configurable and its usage fluctuates substantially among other organizations.