If you’re running an Exchange on-premises organization, you know your way around Exchange, Active Directory, Windows Server, and the third-party products that make up the Exchange ecosystem, and all is well. Then, you move to the cloud and suddenly you’re operating in the new world of Office 365 and Exchange Online and everything is very different. This session explains ten of the most important areas that new Office 365 administrators need to master to make a success of Exchange Online and all the other applications available within Office 365. It also includes a discussion about the evolving skill set needed by tenant administrators. The focus is practical and pragmatic, wrapped up in knowledge and experience.
Exchange Online is a different beast than Exchange on-premises is, no matter what version you care to debate (and I can go back to Exchange 4.0...). But that's not the point. The real thing we need to talk about is the vastly different role Exchange plays within Office 365, the kind of environment Exchange Online functions in, and how Exchange administrators are going to become even more valuable in the future because of the new knowledge they'll acquire to make their Office 365 tenant so much more than an Exchange on-premises can ever be. And all of that in 45 minutes. I should work for marketing!