The December 2022 update for the Office 365 for IT Pros (2023 edition) eBook is now available for subscribers to download. As always, monthly update #90 contains a mixture of additions, updates, and deletions of information about the Microsoft 365 Office workloads, Azure AD, and PowerShell. There’s lots of good stuff for people to read — all 1,320 pages.
The October 2022 update for the Office 365 for IT Pros (2023 edition) eBook is available for subscribers to download. This is the 88th in a series of updates since the original launch of the book in May 2015. Although some might consider this month to be a light one in terms of changes made inside Microsoft 365 because everyone’s waiting for Ignite, we still had lots to do and many changes to process. Just like every month.
The September 2022 update for the Office 365 for IT Pros (2023 edition) eBook is now available. This is monthly update 87 in a series stretching back to May 2015. Subscribers of the EPUB/PDF version can download the updated files from Gumroad,com while those who bought the Kindle version from Amazon will have to contact Amazon support. Now on to update #88!
Subscribers to the Office 365 for IT Pros (2023 edition) eBook can download the updated files for the August 2023 release. Twenty-one of the 23 content chapters are updated, something that’s pretty normal for an Office 365 for IT Pros book update. Lots more change is coming, all of which will be covered in future updates.
The ninth (2023) edition of the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook is now available. Totally refreshed end-to-end and packed full of new examples and information about Office 365 technology, Office 365 for IT Pros is the ultimate guide to understanding and managing Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Teams, Planner, Azure AD, and more within the Microsoft 365 ecosystem. The book is packed full of practical examples of using PowerShell and the Microsoft Graph to automate operational processes. Best of all, Office 365 for IT Pros is updated monthly to make sure that its information remains current.