1 - Get started with managing Microsoft Teams
Explore Microsoft TeamsDeploy and manage Microsoft TeamsImplement governance and lifecycle management for Microsoft Teams
2 - Implement security and compliance for Microsoft Teams
Manage access for external usersImplement security for Microsoft TeamsImplement compliance for Microsoft Teams
3 - Prepare the environment for a Microsoft Teams deployment
Transition from Skype for Business to Microsoft TeamsPlan and configure network settings for Microsoft Teams
4 - Manage chat, teams, channels, and apps in Microsoft Teams
Create and manage teamsManage collaboration experiences for chat and channelsManage apps for Microsoft Teams
5 - Manage meetings and virtual events in Microsoft Teams
Manage meetings and virtual events experiencesConfigure and manage Microsoft Teams devices
6 - Manage calling in Microsoft Teams
Manage phone numbersManage Phone System for Microsoft TeamsTroubleshot audio, video, and client issues
Actual course outline may vary depending on offering center. Contact your sales representative for more information.
Who is it For?
Students in this course are interested in Microsoft Teams or in passing the Microsoft Teams Administrator Associate certification exam. A Microsoft Teams administrator plans, deploys, configures, and manages Microsoft Teams to focus on efficient and effective collaboration and communication in a Microsoft 365 environment. A Microsoft Teams administrator must be able to plan, deploy, and manage teams, chat, apps, channels, meetings, audio/video conferencing, live events, calling, and Teams certified devices. A Microsoft Teams administrator has experience integrating Microsoft Teams with SharePoint, OneDrive, Exchange, Microsoft 365 Groups, and other Microsoft, third-party, and custom apps. A Microsoft Teams administrator understands and collaborates with other workloads and roles, such as Network, Voice, Identity, Access, Devices, Licensing, Security, Compliance, Information management, and User Adoption.
A proficient understanding of basic functional experience with Microsoft 365 services.
A proficient understanding of general IT practices, including using PowerShell.