Microsoft 365 Enterprise is the integrated combination of Office 365 Enterprise, Windows 10 Enterprise, and Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). It’s goal is to help you realize the Modern Workplace, in which you can enjoy a secure and highly reliable environment for exchanging ideas, having conversations, collaborating, and doing your best work.
Deploying these three products in an integrated way to maximize the security and productivity benefits can be a challenge, especially when you are not a subject matter expert in all three.
To ensure you can do this correctly and with confidence in the final configuration, you can follow these deployment paths:
The resources of the Microsoft 365 Enterprise Deployment Guide answer the following questions:
Q: What is Microsoft 365 Enterprise?
Q: How have others done it?
Q: How can I build out Microsoft 365 Enterprise for POCs, demos, training, and dev/test?
You start at the bottom and work your way up, building a test environment that matches your own production environment for experimentation and customization as part of the planning and deployment process.
Q: How do I plan, deploy, and drive adoption?
The Foundation Infrastructure (http://aka.ms/m365edeployfoundation) and Workload and Scenarios (http://aka.ms/m365edeployworkloads) resources are key for deploying Microsoft 365 Enterprise, providing a defined path.
Like the Test Lab Guides, you start at the bottom and work your way up. Microsoft provides exit criteria or results at each phase or step to ensure you have implemented the required elements and integration.
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Use this set of deployment resources to streamline your adoption of Microsoft 365 Enterprise and more quickly realize the business benefits of the Modern Workplace.
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