In this intermediate Microsoft skills training, Tim Warner and Brian Alderman prepare learners to install, configure, and maintain SharePoint 2013.
Microsoft has some excellent migration tools to help SharePoint administrators move from one version of SharePoint to the next. Despite those tools and for various reasons, there are still plenty of companies on older versions of Sharepoint. The most recent SharePoint version is 2019, but plenty of organizations still need experts in the version they’ve remained on — Sharepoint 2013. This training will make sure you’re a master of all of SharePoint 2013.
After completing this SharePoint 2013 training you’ll be able to design a SharePoint topology, plan security, install SharePoint farms, create and configure service applications and site collections, and maintain a core SharePoint environment. You’ll also learn how to plan for business continuity, high availability, and disaster recovery.
Additionally, this SharePoint 2013 training includes valuable end-user training, which covers how to successfully navigate, manage content, customize the interface, manage their social network, and search for information located within their SharePoint site.
For anyone who leads an IT team, this Microsoft training can be used to onboard new system administrators, curated into individual or team training plans, or as a Microsoft reference resource.
For any system administrator looking to improve their proficiency with collaboration suite, this Microsoft course covers topics such as:
This All Sharepoint 2013 Training training is considered administrator-level Microsoft training, which means it was designed for system administrators. This SharePoint 2013 skills course is designed for system administrators with three to five years of experience with the collaboration suite.
New or aspiring system administrators. If you’re a relatively new systems administrator, you may think that getting trained in the brand-spanking-new version of an enterprise platform is the best way to be valuable and useful, but sometimes that’s not the case. If your organization still uses SharePoint 2013, this training is the resource you need to keep it running.
Experienced system administrators. Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 isn’t such an old toolset that it should take much to convince systems administrators with several years of experience that it’s worthwhile to be trained on it. This training covers all Sharepoint 2013 functions and can make sure that if your company still uses SharePoint 2013, you’re trained and equipped to handle everything the enterprise collaboration platform is capable of.