Updated Curriculum Path for Microsoft 365
Re: Best follow up certifications & courses after Microsoft 365 Fundamentals
I'm wondering if the course path that was listed here is still relevant or if there has been any changes in the ~2 years since this was posted.
Ronnie Wongreplied to Daniel Cayea on last edited by
The course path that was mentioned from that thread is mostly correct but something things have changed for 2023.
If you do not have Networking Skills or Basic Security Conceptual knowledge you may still want to consider CompTIA's Network+ and Security+.
AZ-900 is a good fundamental course to get you familiar with Azure Services
AZ-104 is the primary Azure Administrator course to get you familiar with configuring some of the most common services.
MS-101 though still available is being deprecated before the end of 2023 and will be replaced with MS-102. The MS-102 is a new exam and we will be working on that in production this year.
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