Chapter 18

Working in Microsoft 365 Admin Center

IN THIS CHAPTER

Bullet Getting up to speed on the new Admin Center experience

Bullet Customizing Admin Center to work with your role and your style

Bullet Exploring all the actions you can take from the User Details page

In 500 BC, the Greek philosopher Heraclitus said, “Change is the only constant in life.” More than 2,500 years later, that observation could not be more spot on, especially when it comes to cloud computing.

Ever-changing cloud technology has afforded small businesses the capability to use the same enterprise-class tools that Fortune 500 companies use through a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model. In this model, it’s easy to scale software licenses up or down, enabling SMBs to pay for only the services they need at any given time, like using electricity. There is no need to invest in expensive infrastructure up front or hire a full staff of skilled IT professionals to manage the IT environment.

Aside from the reduced cost, SaaS users get to enjoy the improvements to the service at a faster clip than before, often at no additional cost. Such is the case for Microsoft 365 Business and other SaaS solutions from Microsoft. If you visit the ...

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