Nov 08 2016 03:38 PM - last edited on Jun 08 2017 04:43 PM by Michael Holste
Check out the following click-through demos, guiding IT pros and IT enthusiasts through the latest Office features and functionality.
Deploying Office as a Service
Office 365 Groups
Office 365 Security & Compliance
Skype for Business
Previously Retired Guides
Exchange Cutover Migration with Office 365 (2-Part Series)
Data Loss Prevention Policies (2-Part Series)
Using Archiving and eDiscovery (2-Part Series)
Migrating from Exchange Server 2007 to Exchange Server 2013 (4-Part Series)
Deploying and Managing Exchange Mailbox High Availability (3-Part Series)
SharePoint Online Guides
Project Online Localized Guides
Apr 25 2019 05:04 AM
Apr 25 2019 06:44 AM
@Faiza Qadri - What Windows 10 scenarios are you looking for a guide to cover? Interactive guides haven't been a form factor utilized for enterprise scenarios for Windows 10, but I will investigate to see what we might be able to provide to suit your needs.
May 20 2019 04:18 PM
@Eric Starker Sorry to necropost, but a few people have asked this question, and I'm also wondering: what software was used to make these interactive videos? I'm sure there are a number of us out there, building video tutorials, who would love to make use of it as well.
May 20 2019 04:19 PM
May 21 2019 02:02 AM
Dec 24 2020 11:47 AM
There is so much more it is hard to even find it all. I have found several sites that are similar, but they require a college or business email address. The first one is Visual Studio Dev Essentials and the other is Microsoft Learn.
I will assume since we are all in this forum that we are all using MSFT Edge Beta/Dev edition browsers and suggest that you take advantage of the dual sign-in feature. Sign in with your regular MSFT account and then with the email that would give you access to these sites. Edge just received an update so that if you are browsing under one profile and go to a page that you would need the other one for, it automatically "switches" for a second to sign you in and then your back. No more having to open a whole other window. Anyways, thanks again for that list. I will continue to add to it as I come across new stuff!