- Class 30
- Practice 30
- Independent work 120
Lecturers and associates
Students will learn how to implement:
- Modern collaboration systems, based around Office 365 tools
- administratoion of Office 365 applications and hosted applications like Microsoft Exchange
- Work with hybrid cloud model to facilitate collaboration for enterprise companies with existing environments
This module is important to support student's understanding and ability to implement collaboration systems that can enhance communication and online presence of any company. It is based on Microsoft on-premises and cloud applications like Microsoft Exchange and Office 365.
After successfully passing this module students will be able to implement and maintain collaboration systems that can be used to communicate and share information while working from home or workplace. This is considered to be core knowledge for future employment as companies are either thinking about using collaboration systems or are already using them.
1. Chamberlain, N. (2020) Microsoft Office 365 Administration Cookbook, Livery Place, 35 Livery Street, Birmingham B3 2PB, UK, Packt Publishing.
1. Kegg, D., Guilmette, A., Mandich, L., Fisher, E. (2017) Microsoft Office 365 Administration Inside Out, [s.l.], Microsoft Press.
1. Carpe, T., Carter, N., Rogers, A. (2018) Mastering Office 365 Administration, Livery Place, 35 Livery Street, Birmingham B3 2PB, UK, Packt Publishing.
2. van Biljon, E. (2021) Microsoft Exchange 2019 Administration Guide, [s.l.], BPB Publications
3. Ferreira, J. (2020) Hands-On Microsoft Teams, Livery Place, 35 Livery Street, Birmingham B3 2PB, UK, Packt Publishing.
Minimal learning outcomes
- Justify the use of collaboration and collaboration tools.
- Recommend options for basic administration of collaboration systems.
- Recommend a collaboration system configuration.
- Support collaboration through various communication tools.
Preferred learning outcomes
- Suggest options for using collaboration and collaboration tools.
- Design options for administration of collaboration systems.
- Critically argue a collaboration system configuration.
- Suggest options for collaboration via various communication tools.