The 2-Minute Recap: Everything new with Security, Compliance, and Identity on Microsoft Learn

By Temante_Leary

Welcome to our monthly blog series featuring the latest content updates on Microsoft Learn. This month, we’re highlighting Microsoft Defender for Business training in our Security, Compliance, and Identity portfolio.

Microsoft Defender for Business  
Microsoft Defender for Business is a new endpoint security solution that’s now available in preview. Built specially to provide enterprise-grade endpoint security to businesses with up to 300 employees, this solution is both easy to use and cost effective.

Today’s preview is available with an initial set of scenarios, and the product team will be adding capabilities regularly. To get started, check out our complete Microsoft Defender for Business documentation page, where you’ll find how-to guides for using, deploying, and managing this solution, along with tutorials and simulations.

You can also get an overview of incidents and response actions by completing the Detect and respond to security issues learning module. By the end of this module, you’ll be able to understand the:

Incident queue
Alerts queue
Response actions

Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager
Microsoft Endpoint Manager provides endpoint security, device management, and intelligent cloud actions in a unified management platform. Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager—which is a part of Microsoft Endpoint Manager—helps you protect the on-premises devices, apps, and data that the people at your organization use to be productive.

Our new learning path, Set up tenant attach using Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager, provides migration and implementation guidance, along with details about how to set up Intune, how to set up tenant attach, and better understand co-management. By the end of this module, you’ll be able to:

Understand tenant attach
Confirm tenant attach prerequisites
Enable internet endpoints
Enable device upload
Display the connector status
Perform device actions
View on-premises device details

We look forward to hearing how you use these resources on your journey to certification. Be sure to check out our new Microsoft Security certifications poster for a quick overview of our fundamentals and role-based credentials as well.

The 5-Minute Recap: Everything new with Microsoft 365 on Microsoft Learn

By Temante_Leary

Welcome to our monthly blog series featuring the latest content updates on Microsoft Learn. This month, we’re highlighting virtual events training in our Microsoft 365 portfolio.

Deliver engaging, accessible virtual events with Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365
Learn the fundamentals of delivering compelling events using Microsoft 365 technology. Designed for event organizers, producers, moderators, and attendees, this learning path covers the basics of how to:

Produce accessible and inclusive virtual events
Optimize event management
Design, present, moderate, and attend a virtual event in Microsoft Teams or Microsoft 365

Whether live or on-demand, virtual events offer a flexible venue for communicating with employees, customers, and partners. Get started now: Deliver engaging and accessible virtual events with Microsoft Teams and Microsoft 365

Manage meetings and virtual events  
Manage meetings and virtual events experiences is an intermediate learning module geared toward the administrator role. If you understand the basic functional experience of Microsoft 365 services and are proficient with general IT practices—including using PowerShell—you’re ready to start this module.

By the end of this learning module, you will understand meetings and virtual events in Microsoft Teams and know how to:

Set up conference bridges
Manage meeting policies
Configure meeting settings
Manage Live events policies
Configure Live events settings
Explain Live events in Microsoft 365

Our free, self-paced learning content can help you explore new skills for your current role or take your career in a new direction. Be sure to check out all our learning paths for Microsoft 365 certifications, plus modules related to new products—including Microsoft Viva.