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Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork: Exam MS-300 Guide

By : Aaron Guilmette
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Deploying Microsoft 365 Teamwork: Exam MS-300 Guide

By: Aaron Guilmette

Overview of this book

The Microsoft MS-300 exam is designed to test the knowledge and skills of administrators in deploying, configuring, and managing SharePoint Online, SharePoint Server, SharePoint Hybrid, OneDrive for Business, and Teams. This book offers up-to-date coverage of the important topics based on the MS-300 exam and features question answers and insider tips to help you prepare for certification. Written in a clear, succinct way, the book starts by helping you configure and manage SharePoint Online. You’ll then delve into OneDrive for Business, right from managing users and groups, through to monitoring sharing and security. Further chapters will guide you through working with Teams, with an emphasis on managing identity authentication, resolving issues with the service, and even observing usage patterns. Later, you’ll get up to speed with workload integrations, covering the Yammer business communications platform, before moving on to understand how to integrate Microsoft Stream with SharePoint, Teams, and Yammer. Finally, you’ll learn to develop data governance and user adoption strategies. By the end of this book, you'll be well-versed with SharePoint Online and have learned the essential techniques and concepts you need to know in order to pass the MS-300 certification exam.
Table of Contents (24 chapters)
Assessment Answers

Overview of Teams

As mentioned previously, Teams is framed as a hub for getting work done. From a collaboration perspective, the following components go into making a Team:

  • An Office 365 Group (either creating a new group or converting an existing group)
  • A SharePoint Online site (part of the Office 365 Group)
  • An Exchange Online group mailbox and calendar (also part of the Office 365 Group)
  • A OneNote notebook (part of the Office 365 Group)
  • Endpoints and connectivity to other first-party apps such as Planner and Power BI

Teams can be accessed through a web browser, a rich client, or mobile apps. When you launch Teams (either the web interface or the desktop client app), you'll see an interface similar to the following screenshot:

We'll quickly run through an overview of the interface. As users will likely spend most of their time in the Teams section, we'll look...