In our monthly feature, we round up the most popular content with our readers and share it with you.
For September, Exchange admins were most interested in learning about the state of Microsoft Learning’s certification program, Office 365 migrations and the Role-Based Access Control feature in Exchange 2013.
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Microsoft Learning needs a revamp — soon
A year after Microsoft Learning canceled its Masters certification program, one Exchange MVP looked at the effects of the cancelation and spoke with other Exchange experts about its consequences.
Office 365 tenant migration prerequisites
Before undertaking an Office 365 tenant-to-tenant migration following a company merger or acquisition, admins should look into what prerequisites the environment must meet and consider using native tools as one way of doing the migration.
Use hybrid Exchange to migrate Office 365 tenants
Following a merger or an acquisition, Exchange admins also have the option of using hybrid Exchange to migrate Office 365 tenants. This tip includes a step-by-step look at what such a migration would entail.
Control Exchange access with RBAC
The Role-Based Access Control in Exchange 2013 can help organizations looking to control access within Exchange, and one MVP includes an introduction for admins about how the feature works and what its authorization model is built upon.
Exchange Server virtualization benefits and challenges
This e-handbook breaks down some of the most important things admins should know when it comes to virtualizing Exchange, including some of the reasons why some organizations should consider virtualization and why others should look at other options.
What content was most helpful to you last month? Was it something we didn’t include in our list? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter @ExchangeTT.