Introducing Microsoft Cloud Services

What are public cloud services?
A web-based service hosted outside of your organisation
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What does public cloud services allow you to do?
Collaborate through calenders, email and document sharing
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What does public cloud services allow admins to gain access to without the additional overhead of maintenance and software upgrades?
Services and programs
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What is a private cloud?
One that is hosted for single organisations access only
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What are the 4 types of cloud services defined by Microsoft?
Productivity services, storage services, communication services and search services
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What is OneDrive?
A free, secure file-hosting service that allows you to create files and folders and share them with other users
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What does OneDrive allow you to do?
Sync with other devices
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What is fetching?
Connect to remote computer, locate a file and upload it
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What are the 2 forms of OneDrive Microsoft offers?
OneDrive and OneDrive for Business
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What is OneNote?
Allows multiple users access to a shared set of notes all at the same time
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Why is OneNote always current?
All changes automatically sync to the notebook
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What does OneDrive allow users to do by saving an offline copy?
Edit it when they are not connected to a network
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What will OneNote do when a user connects again?
Merge all changes
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What is outlook?
Personal info manager used to manage emails, task, contacts, notes and journal
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What 2 things can outlook be?
Stand-alone application or part of the Microsoft office suite
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What does outlook work with?
Exchange server or any other mail server
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What can you use to connect to outlook through your browser?
OWA
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What is office 365?
Subscription based software service that allows users the access documents and collaborate with others from anywhere
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Where have microsoft taken the office suite?
The cloud
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What 5 services does office 365 include?
OneDrive, OneDrive for business, Skype for business, Exchange online, Word online
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What is Azure?
Cloud infrastructure designed for large-scale application
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What is the cost of azure based on?
The amount of data stored and number od requests made
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What is auto-partitioning?
Azure automatically allocates the appropriate resources to meet demands
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How can you access Azure?
Via HTTP/HTTPS
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