Compliance is an important topic for Exchange admins to understand. But it’s not a single thing that you can just turn on. Instead, compliance is made up of a variety of features that need to be configured to suit an organization’s compliance needs. The compliance features of Exchange 2016 are also not required for Exchange to operate. While it’s important to configure mailbox databases, client access, and transport to get an Exchange server up and running, but compliance can be ignored. But ignoring compliance features is not a great idea, as many companies learn after it’s too late. In this course, you’ll not only learn what you need to know for the Exchange 2016 certification exam, but gain valuable skills that you can use to improve the compliance position for your own customers.
The course runs for about 2 hours, and includes:
- Module 1 – Course introduction
- Module 2 – Data Loss Prevention
- Module 3 – Archiving and Message Records Management
- Module 4 – eDiscovery
- Module 5 – Other Compliance Features
- Module 6 – Auditing
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