This course teaches you how to use and manage the Microsoft System Center Manager (SCCM), a device and application coordination product that's been rebranded as Endpoint Configuration Manager. Microsoft rebranded the SCCM and retired the certification that related specifically to it, but the information on this course is still useful for handling multiple network devices.
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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager and Cloud Services Integration (70-703) FAQs: Cost, Training, Value
Network administrators who work with slightly dated versions of Microsoft enterprise devices and systems should take this course on SCCM configuration and management. When Microsoft retired the 70-703 certification exam and rebranded SCCM as Endpoint Configuration Manager, there was confusion about what training still applied – this course will teach you to use SCCM or ECM.
This Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager course used to prepare learners for the 70-703 certification exam, but Microsoft retired that certification and exam. The information on the course remains valid, though, since most of the tools and components of the System Center suite are unchanged from when they were bundled with SCCM.
If you work with the Microsoft System Center on a regular basis, you should consider the Microsoft Certified: Azure Virtual Desktop Specialty certification after you take this course in using System Center Configuration Manager. There's also Microsoft Certified: Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals, which covers more topics with a focus on cybersecurity fundamentals.
You should take this course on using the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager because Microsoft likes to reward networks and organizations who combine their tools and components to achieve greater results. Find out how managing and protecting your data, devices and apps from one central place will make you more efficient and your entire network productive.