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Office 365 Fundamentals March 2014 About the Presenters Alistair Speirs Senior Operations Program Manager Office Deployment, Adoption & Readiness Team Microsoft Corporation About the Presenters Jeff Medford ID: 772594 Download Presentation

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Office 365 Fundamentals March 2014

About the Presenters Alistair Speirs Senior Operations Program Manager Office Deployment, Adoption & Readiness TeamMicrosoft Corporation

About the Presenters Jeff Medford Senior Technical Product Manager Office Deployment, Adoption & Readiness Team Microsoft Corporation

Course Modules Office 365 ProPlus Deployment for IT Pros 01 | IntroductionAn overview of Office 36502 | Office 365 for IT ProfessionalsGet an inside look at how the Office 365 team innovates towards delivering an enterprise class service03 | Getting started with Office 365 In-depth about the Office Telemetry infrastructure, capacity planning, performance, and the Telemetry Dashboard Administration Tool04 | Deploying Office 365 Details the options and considerations when expanding a pilot Office 365 environment into a production deployment 05 | Office 365 Service Communications 06 | Office 365 Change Management

Introduction March 2014

Enterprise-grade cloud services Dynamic workplace Making sense of it all Merging home & work Natural expression Responsible organization Office 365 is more than a cloud service Comprehensive tools To do your best work Latest productivity services in Microsoft’s public cloud + the latest apps

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The role of Office 365 IT Professionals

Traditional IT operations Service Operation Service Desk Operations Management Facilities Management Technical Management Application Lifecycle Management Event Management Incident Management Request Management Problem Management Access Management Service Strategy Business Service Requirements Market, IT Policies & Strategies Service Portfolio Demand Management Financial Management Service Transition Change Management Asset Management Configuration Management Knowledge Management Release Management Deployment Management Continual Service Improvement Improvement Process Deming Cycle Service Design Service Level Management Supplier Management Availability Management Service Continuity Management Capacity Management Information Security Management Service Catalog Management Grow & Transform Run

Typical IT Budgeting 37% Grow & Transform 63%RunLimits time available to proactively support/enable the businessKeeping things running always takes priorityMaintain commodity capabilitiesSkills are too broad and shallow

Grow & Transform Run The New Role of IT: an enabler of business evolution Focus on evolving The business Focus on maintaining the technology Maintain Evolve Outsource commodity focus and activity Reduce platform costs Deliver the latest technologies No build lead time To increase the business value of IT, IT must shift focus, energy, and investments.* Reduce TCO Extend Capabilities Reduce Time to Market = Increased IT ROI How O365 helps you get there: IT ROI

Evolving IT Operations Service Operation Service Desk Operations ManagementFacilities Management Technical Management Application Lifecycle Management Event Management Incident Management Request Management Problem Management Access Management Service Strategy Business Service Requirements Market, IT Policies & Strategies Service Portfolio Demand Management Financial Management Service Transition Change Management Asset Management Configuration Management Knowledge Management Release Management Deployment Management Continual Service Improvement Improvement Process Deming Cycle Service Design Service Level Management Supplier Management Availability Management Service Continuity Management Capacity Management Information Security Management Service Catalog Management Service Operation Service Desk Operations Management Facilities Management Technical Management Application Lifecycle Management Event Management Incident Management Request Management Problem Management Access Management Service Strategy Business Service Requirements Market, IT Policies & Strategies Service Portfolio Demand Management Financial Management Service Transition Change Management Asset Management Configuration Management Knowledge Management Release Management Deployment Management Continual Service Improvement Improvement Process Deming Cycle Service Design Service Level Management Supplier Management Availability Management Service Continuity Management Capacity Management Information Security Management Service Catalog Management

Office 365 helps you focus back on your users

Resources Office 365 Ignite http://ignite.office.com Office 365 Ignite – Webcastshttp://ignite.office.com/videos/ignite-webcasts Office 365 Ignite – Resource Libraryhttp://ignite.office.com/Resource-Library AD to Windows Azure AD Quick Start Guidehttp://aka.ms/AD2AAD (guide)http://aka.ms/AD2AAD-PS (Windows PowerShell script)14

Summary Introduction Office 365 Identify the who, what, when, where, and how in accessing resources The Role of IT Professional Cloud, Synced, Federated

© 2013 Microsoft. All rights reserved. Microsoft, Windows and other product names are or may be registered trademarks and/or trademarks in the U.S. and/or other countries. The information herein is for informational purposes only and represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation as of the date of this presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information provided after the date of this presentation. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION.