Available Now: January 2021 Update for Office 365 for IT Pros

The January 2021 update is available for Office 365 for IT Pros, the only eBook about Microsoft’s cloud Office service that’s updated monthly. Twenty-one of the 24 content chapters are updated as change keeps on happening in Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Teams, Planner, Stream, Azure AD, and more.

December 2020 Update for Office 365 for IT Pros Available

The December 2020 update for the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook is available for subscribers to download. EPUB/PDF files are on Gumroad.com while Amazon Kindle users must contact Amazon to have the updates released to their device. As usual, the update contains a mixture of new information, rewritten content, new tips and techniques, and a few bug fixes.

Office 365 for IT Pros Issues November 2020 Update

The November 2020 update for the world’s best Office 365 book is available. Subscribers to Office 365 for IT Pros can now download updated files. The companion volume has also been updated. Full details of the updates to 222 chapters can be found in the Office 365 for IT Pros change log.

Download the October 2020 Update for Office 365 for IT Pros

The October 2020 update is available for Office 365 for IT Pros, the most comprehensive and up-to-date coverage of Office 365 and its applications available for tenant administrators and solution architects. Subscribers can download the book from Gumroad.com (EPUB/PDF) or Amazon (Kindle). Please download and use the latest update to ensure that you work with the latest news.

Office 365 for IT Pros 2021 Edition Published!

The 2021 edition of Office 365 for IT Pros, the world’s best book covering management and deployment of Office 365 is now available (July 1, 2020). The book is completely refreshed with material about SharePoint Online, Exchange Online, Teams, Stream, Planner, OneDrive for Business, Yammer, and all the administrative interfaces (portals, PowerShell, and the Graph). It might take you 30 hours or more to read Office 365 for IT Pros (or so SharePoint tells us), but it will be more than worthwhile.