The 6 Best Mobility Management Courses on LinkedIn Learning


Solutions Review has compiled the best mobility management courses on LinkedIn Learning for engineers and IT administrators of all skill levels.

Are you an IT engineer looking to brush up on your mobility management skills? Are you looking to obtain certifications in mobility management, but you don’t know where to start to prepare for it? Online courses are a great way to gain knowledge in any technology field, and mobility management is no exception. However, with so many courses available on so many platforms, it can be difficult to determine which ones are right for you. To help ease the search for a solid online training in mobility management, we’ve highlighted six courses on LinkedIn Learning that are must-haves for any beginner, novice, or skilled IT engineer or administrator. Click on GO TO TRAINING to learn more and register.

REMARK: We’ve included mobility management courses on LinkedIn Learning with 10+ student reviews and a rating of 4 stars or more. The courses are listed in alphabetical order.


Essential Android Development Training: Your First App with Kotlin

“Explore the world of Android application development. The Android Development Essential training series guides beginners through the process of developing, designing, managing, and delivering Android applications. In this course, the first part of series, David Gassner explains how to build your very first Android app using a mix of programming languages, including XML and Kotlin. Learn how to set up Android Studio, the Android SDK, and emulation software, and explore the various files of a typical Android app, including build scripts and the app manifest file. Finally, learn how an app is built from the bottom up, with screens, activities, and layouts. Learn later courses in the series to continue building your application development skills.”

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Introducing 5G

“5G, the fifth generation of wireless technology, promises connectivity benefits that will transform the way we live and work. In this course, instructor Mischa Dohler helps you develop a solid understanding of the 5G ecosystem and the 5G technology and standards roadmap. Mischa, who has hands-on experience in the development of this technology, helps you appreciate the advantages and disadvantages of 5G technology and gain in-depth knowledge of its capabilities. Plus, learn to identify the exciting use cases where 5G really matters.

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Learning System Center Configuration Manager

“System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) allows system administrators to manage large groups of operating systems. Additionally, it provides remote control, patch management, software distribution, operating system deployment , Network Access Protection, and Hardware and Software Inventory In this course, Instructor Robert McMillen walks through the basics of the SCCM 2019 release Robert introduces new features in SCCM 2019, covers requirements prerequisites for installing SCCM and shows how to configure boundaries, boundary groups, and users It shows how to deploy operating systems (including Windows 10) and packages, as well as how to manage clients through the console SCCM Plus, it shows how to use SCCM for inventory, set up a compliance baseline, and monitor distributions.”

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Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager essential training

“Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager is used to centrally manage its data center, user devices, and infrastructure. In this course, learn how to get started with System Center Configuration Manager. Learn how to deploy Configuration Manager in a central site and then deploy a multisite environment that includes secondary sites. Explore content management, data store replication, resource discovery, and how to assign clients. To conclude, learn how to integrate Configuration Manager with Microsoft Intune and provide advanced security features, how to maintain and monitor Configuration Manager using various tools, and how to upgrade to a newer branch.

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Office 365: manage end-user clients and devices

“Setting up Office 365 is only half the battle. Once your subscription is properly configured, you must deploy the services on all the devices in your organization: PCs, tablets and smartphones. This course helps you deploy and manage custom installations of Office 365 and Office 365 ProPlus, and study for Microsoft Exam 70-347, Enabling Office 365 Services. Learn how to restrict self-provisioning of ‘Office 365 ProPlus, Office for Mac, Windows Store apps and other mobile apps; restrict and revoke activation; and manage deployments with the Office Deployment Tool. Learn how to troubleshoot Office 365 with Telemetry Dashboard and the Microsoft Office Configuration Analyzer (OffCAT) tool and implement modern authentication. Sharon Bennett, our author, is a Microsoft Certified Trainer who will help you get the most out of your Office 365 subscription and prepare you for this essential aspect of MCSA certification: Office 365.”

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Windows 10: Intune device management

“Intune and Windows 10 Mobile are two parts of an ecosystem of interconnected Microsoft technologies for managing mobile devices. Learn how to deploy, configure, and manage your organization’s mobile devices using this enterprise-level mobile management platform, in this course with Ryan Spence.

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