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  • 62-193 - Technology Literacy for Educators
  • 77-418 - Word 2013
  • 77-420 - Excel 2013
  • 77-421 - Microsoft OneNote 2013
  • 77-422 - PowerPoint 2013
  • 77-423 - Outlook 2013
  • 77-424 - Access 2013
  • 77-425 - Word 2013 Expert Part One
  • 77-426 - Word 2013 Expert Part Two
  • 77-427 - Excel 2013 Expert Part One
  • 77-428 - Excel 2013 Expert Part Two
  • 77-601 - MOS: Using Microsoft Office Word 2007
  • 77-602 - MOS: Using Microsoft Office Excel 2007
  • 77-603 - MOS: Using Microsoft Office PowerPoint 2007
  • 77-604 - MOS: Using Microsoft Office Outlook 2007
  • 77-605 - MOS: Using Microsoft Office Access 2007
  • 77-725 - Word 2016: Core Document Creation, Collaboration and Communication
  • 77-726 - Word 2016 Expert: Creating Documents for Effective Communication
  • 77-727 - Excel 2016: Core Data Analysis, Manipulation, and Presentation
  • 77-728 - Excel 2016 Expert: Interpreting Data for Insights
  • 77-850 - Word 2007 Expert
  • 77-851 - Excel 2007 Expert
  • 77-853 - OneNote 2010
  • 77-881 - Word 2010
  • 77-882 - Excel 2010
  • 77-883 - PowerPoint 2010
  • 77-884 - Outlook 2010
  • 77-885 - Access 2010
  • 77-886 - SharePoint 2010
  • 77-887 - Word 2010 Expert
  • 77-888 - Excel 2010 Expert
  • 98-349 - Windows Operating System Fundamentals
  • 98-361 - Software Development Fundamentals
  • 98-364 - Database Fundamentals
  • 98-365 - Windows Server Administration Fundamentals
  • 98-366 - Networking Fundamentals
  • 98-367 - Security Fundamentals
  • 98-368 - Mobility and Devices Fundamentals
  • 98-375 - HTML5 App Development Fundamentals
  • 98-381 - Introduction to Programming Using Python
  • 98-382 - Introduction to Programming Using JavaScript
  • 98-383 - Introduction to Programming Using HTML and CSS
  • 98-388 - Introduction to Programming Using Java
  • AI-102 - Designing and Implementing a Microsoft Azure AI Solution
  • AI-900 - Microsoft Azure AI Fundamentals
  • AZ-104 - Microsoft Azure Administrator
  • AZ-120 - Planning and Administering Microsoft Azure for SAP Workloads
  • AZ-140 - Configuring and Operating Windows Virtual Desktop on Microsoft Azure
  • AZ-204 - Developing Solutions for Microsoft Azure
  • AZ-220 - Microsoft Azure IoT Developer
  • AZ-303 - Microsoft Azure Architect Technologies
  • AZ-304 - Microsoft Azure Architect Design
  • AZ-305 - Designing Microsoft Azure Infrastructure Solutions (beta)
  • AZ-400 - Microsoft Azure DevOps Solutions
  • AZ-500 - Microsoft Azure Security Technologies
  • AZ-600 - Configuring and Operating a Hybrid Cloud with Microsoft Azure Stack Hub
  • AZ-700 - Designing and Implementing Microsoft Azure Networking Solutions (beta)
  • AZ-900 - Microsoft Azure Fundamentals
  • DA-100 - Analyzing Data with Microsoft Power BI
  • DP-100 - Designing and Implementing a Data Science Solution on Azure
  • DP-203 - Data Engineering on Microsoft Azure
  • DP-300 - Administering Relational Databases on Microsoft Azure
  • DP-420 - Designing and Implementing Cloud-Native Applications Using Microsoft Azure Cosmos DB (beta)
  • DP-900 - Microsoft Azure Data Fundamentals
  • MB-210 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Sales
  • MB-220 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Marketing
  • MB-230 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Customer Service
  • MB-240 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 for Field Service
  • MB-300 - Microsoft Dynamics 365: Core Finance and Operations
  • MB-310 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Finance
  • MB-320 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management, Manufacturing
  • MB-330 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Supply Chain Management
  • MB-340 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Commerce Functional Consultant (beta)
  • MB-500 - Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Developer
  • MB-700 - Microsoft Dynamics 365: Finance and Operations Apps Solution Architect
  • MB-800 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central Functional Consultant
  • MB-900 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Fundamentals
  • MB-910 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Fundamentals Customer Engagement Apps (CRM)
  • MB-920 - Microsoft Dynamics 365 Fundamentals Finance and Operations Apps (ERP)
  • MB2-708 - Microsoft Dynamics CRM Installation
  • MB2-712 - Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Customization and Configuration
  • MB2-713 - Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2016 Sales
  • MD-100 - Windows 10
  • MD-101 - Managing Modern Desktops
  • MO-100 - Microsoft Word (Word and Word 2019)
  • MO-200 - Microsoft Excel (Excel and Excel 2019)
  • MO-201 - Microsoft Excel Expert (Excel and Excel 2019)
  • MO-500 - Microsoft Access Expert Exam
  • MS-100 - Microsoft 365 Identity and Services
  • MS-101 - Microsoft 365 Mobility and Security
  • MS-203 - Microsoft 365 Messaging
  • MS-500 - Microsoft 365 Security Administration
  • MS-600 - Building Applications and Solutions with Microsoft 365 Core Services
  • MS-700 - Managing Microsoft Teams
  • MS-740 - Troubleshooting Microsoft Teams (beta)
  • MS-900 - Microsoft 365 Fundamentals
  • PL-100 - Microsoft Power Platform App Maker
  • PL-200 - Microsoft Power Platform Functional Consultant
  • PL-400 - Microsoft Power Platform Developer
  • PL-600 - Microsoft Power Platform Solution Architect
  • PL-900 - Microsoft Power Platform Fundamentals
  • SC-200 - Microsoft Security Operations Analyst
  • SC-300 - Microsoft Identity and Access Administrator
  • SC-400 - Microsoft Information Protection Administrator
  • SC-900 - Microsoft Security, Compliance, and Identity Fundamentals

Microsoft Corporation is a US-based leading global corporation that develops Internet technologies as well as administers and trades personal computers, software, and servers. Microsoft was founded by Bill Gates and Paul Allen on April 4, 1975.

At this moment, Microsoft Corporation is headquartered in Redmond, Washington, USA, and is the largest software-making company in the world measured by revenues.

Technology

The groundbreaking innovations of the Microsoft Corporation include the MS-DOS, Microsoft Windows operating systems, IBM PC-compatible operating system, Xbox game console, Microsoft Office suite, Microsoft Surface tablet-series, Edge and Internet Explorer web browsers, etc. Meanwhile, its business social network also known as LinkedIn is in demand among millions of users to build professional relationships.

Recently Microsoft has introducedMicrosoft Mesh mixed-reality platform and Windows 11 operating system which will allow you to create multiple desktops and use advanced multitasking features.Surface Pro 7+ for Business with high-speed performance is another revolutionary innovation of this company.

Certifications

As a globally-recognized certifying authority, Microsoft offers a series of certifications preparing candidates for a variety of actual technical roles including developer, data engineer, DevOps engineer, business user, administrator, and solution architect among others. Each of these designations includes a range of formal exams required to obtain the appropriate certificate related to various Microsoft products such as Azure, Microsoft 365, Office, Microsoft Team, Windows, Microsoft Power Platform, and Dynamics 365.

Generally, the certification program is divided into 3 main levels:

  • Beginner - is intended for candidates who areplanning to launch a career in IT or thinking of a career change. So, among the Fundamentals and MTA certifications you can start with the Microsoft Certified: Power Platform Fundamentals, MTA: Database Fundamentals, MTA: Networking Fundamentals, MTA: Security Fundamentals designations.
  • Intermediate is focused on specialists with more than 2 years of practical experience, as well as holders of entry-level certificates in relevant fields. (Microsoft Certified: Security Operations Analyst Associate, Microsoft 365 Certified: Modern Desktop Administrator Associate).
  • Advanced – is necessary for professionals with 3-5 years of intensive technical experience to obtain expert status in key Microsoft technologies. Here you can continue your professional path with designations such as Microsoft Certified: Power Platform Solution Architect Expert, Microsoft Certified: Azure Solutions Architect Expert, Microsoft Certified: DevOps Engineer Expert, to mention among many.

Microsoft certifications are also divided into:

  • Fundamentals certifications check your understanding of the core concepts in certain technologies like Azure, Dynamics 365, or Microsoft 365. In that case, you might want to consider the Microsoft Certified: Azure Fundamentals or the Microsoft 365 Certified: Fundamentals designations.
  • Role-Based certificationstestify key skills in your chosen professional pathway as a business analyst, data engineer, administrator, network engineer, or app maker, to name a few. For example, to become a certified developer, you should choose one of the following certifications: Microsoft 365 Certified: Developer Associate, Microsoft Certified: Azure Developer Associate, Microsoft Certified: Azure IoT Developer Specialty.
  • Additional certifications, which include specialty designations, along with the Microsoft Office technical and Microsoft Certified Educator certifications. Thus, you can expand your competencies in narrower IT fields with help of the Microsoft Certified: Azure IoT Developer Specialty or the Microsoft Certified: Azure Virtual Desktop Specialty qualifications.

At the same time, the Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification track offers candidates the chance to prove their expertise in specific Office programs at the intermediate and advanced levels. This can include Microsoft Office Specialist: Microsoft Access 2016, Microsoft Office Specialist: PowerPoint Associate (PowerPoint and PowerPoint 2019), and Microsoft Office Specialist: Microsoft Word Expert (Word and Word 2019).

Training

Microsoft is interested in supporting candidates at all stages of the certification process. Therefore, taking into account the different preferences and capabilities of applicants, it offers numerous options for quality training and preparation.

First, candidates can enroll in the Online-Free learning path, which includes self-paced courses each of which consists of a number of modules for you to learn and has its own time duration. It’s a good variant to cover all the key technologies and concepts without rushing. Thus, you can study on your own given your individual learning style and work schedule.

Second, most Microsoft designations are accompanied by instructor-led comprehensive courses. Thus, you, in just a few days, will be able to grasp the entire program of the upcoming qualifying exam and ask all the questions you are interested in.

Finally, Microsoft offers to use the certification guide with a list of training, such as Microsoft Learn, Microsoft practice tests, Microsoft Learn Tech Community, and Microsoft Lean Blog. In addition, this vendor has a wide base of learning partners around the world who provide numerous educational solutions, including online or in-person training to reach your goals.