As IT moves to the cloud, Microsoft Office 365 is in high
demand. With many new features, you may find yourself spending an
excess of time and effort updating and changing settings to best
suit your organization through a GUI or you can utilize the ability
to streamline your process and work with Microsoft PowerShell.
PowerShell has been a default feature installed on all Windows
computers since Windows 7. This simple powerful console application
can be used to connect to and manage your Office 365 organizations.
By adding PowerShell modules to your computer, you can easily
connect to Office 365 and manage your subscriptions. One PowerShell
console alone can manage SharePoint, Exchange, Lync and Azure
domains and accounts. Separate PowerShell sessions are not needed
for each piece of Office 365. This session will show you how to
connect to Office 365 and give you some basic commands to help
manage and perform daily tasks in Office 365.
Donald Jacobs has spent enough time
within IT to earn himself an MCT, MCSE SI on 2012, MCSA on 2008 and
2012, MCITP EA on 2008, MCTS for Windows 7 and 2008, MCSA and MCSE
on 2003 and 2000. As a Consulting Engineer and Microsoft Certified
Trainer for Heartland Business Systems, he focuses most of his time
on Microsoft products with emphases on Active Directory, Exchange,
Server and Office 365. He is a PowerShell activist who prefers the
command line to the mouse (except when gaming). In his spare time
he can be found working with new PowerShell modules to simplify and
improve on existing processes.