If you plan to implement Exchange Server 2016 or Exchange Online, or if you want to make sure that your implementation was done right, these online training courses are for you! We are excited to announce the release of four new edX online training courses for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016:
- Course 1x: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Infrastructure: Learn how to plan, configure, and manage Active Directory infrastructure requirements for Microsoft Exchange Server 2016.
- Course 2x: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Client Access Services: Find out how to plan and implement mobile messaging, Outlook, and secure Internet access to improve client access services.
- Course 3x: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Mailbox Databases: Get the details on planning and configuring mailbox databases, including backup, recovery, and restoration.
- Course 4x: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Transport Services: Explore planning and configuring message transport services, including anti-virus, malware-filtering, and spam-filtering solutions.
Each Exchange course is targeted to the IT Professional audience, with hands-on labs that reinforce student learning. Students are graded on completing each module, as well as on module assessment exams and a final course exam. A Certificate can be earned by completing each course with a passing grade. Courses are self-paced, allowing IT Professionals to build Exchange skills at their own pace as their schedules permit.
The first course, CLD208.1x: Microsoft Exchange Server 2016 Infrastructure, is free. The remaining three courses are for-fee courses, at a cost of $49 USD per course.
edX is a massive open online course (MOOC) provider that was developed by MIT and Harvard University. The Microsoft Learning Experiences team has created a wide range of online training courses for edX, and these four Exchange courses are the team’s latest Office releases. They are the first of seven courses that cover the core skills an Exchange administrator needs to proficiently design, implement, and manage an Exchange 2016 and Exchange Online implementation.