40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals Course Overview

40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals Course Overview

The 40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals course is designed to introduce learners to core concepts of managing and securing mobile devices and data. By taking this course, students can prepare for the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification, which is an entry-level credential that validates fundamental technology knowledge. Throughout the course, participants explore various aspects of device configurations, data access, device security, cloud services, and enterprise mobility.

By learning to configure device options, manage desktop settings, understand drive encryption, and handle updates, learners can effectively support mobile work environments. The course also delves into data management, emphasizing cloud storage services, local storage solutions, file systems, and data encryption. Security is a key focus, covering internet safety, user authentication, permissions, and malware defense. Additionally, the course offers insight into cloud services like Microsoft Intune and Azure, including disaster recovery and high availability strategies. Finally, it addresses enterprise mobility challenges such as identity services, business data access, and BYOD policies. This comprehensive foundation is crucial for those seeking the Microsoft Technology Associate (MTA) Certification and wishing to excel in today’s mobile-first workplace.

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Course Prerequisites

To ensure a successful learning experience in the 40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals course, students should possess the following minimum required knowledge:


  • Basic understanding of computer hardware and devices.
  • Familiarity with operating systems, particularly Windows.
  • Fundamental knowledge of network concepts, including the difference between a local area network (LAN) and wide area network (WAN).
  • Awareness of basic security concepts such as authentication and authorization.
  • Understanding of file management and storage practices.
  • An introductory level of knowledge about cloud services and their basic functions.

Please note that prior hands-on experience with computers and devices will enhance the learning process, but it is not mandatory to begin this course. This course is designed to introduce fundamental concepts and therefore is suitable for individuals with limited technical background who are interested in gaining a foundational understanding of mobility and device management.


Target Audience for 40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals

Course 40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals offers foundational knowledge on device configuration, data management, security, cloud services, and enterprise mobility.


Target audience for the course includes:


  • IT professionals seeking to understand mobile device and cloud services management.
  • Entry-level technicians aspiring to specialize in device configurations and data security.
  • Support staff responsible for maintaining and securing organization devices.
  • System administrators interested in learning about cloud storage and data encryption.
  • Help desk technicians aiming to enhance their skills in device troubleshooting and user support.
  • Security consultants looking to expand their expertise in device and data security fundamentals.
  • Network administrators wanting to gain knowledge on cloud services such as Microsoft Intune and Azure.
  • Professionals involved in the implementation of BYOD policies within organizations.
  • Corporate trainers and educators who require a comprehensive understanding of mobility and device fundamentals to instruct others.
  • Individuals preparing for Microsoft certification exams related to mobility and device management.


Learning Objectives - What you will Learn in this 40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals?

  1. Introduction: The 40368A: Mobility & Devices Fundamentals course provides foundational knowledge of device configurations, data management, security, cloud services, and enterprise mobility, essential for IT professionals.

  2. Learning Objectives and Outcomes:

  • Understand and configure device options, including hardware settings and system preferences.
  • Master desktop settings to optimize the user interface and system performance.
  • Implement drive encryption to protect data at rest using technologies such as BitLocker.
  • Manage and configure system updates to ensure devices run the latest software versions securely.
  • Gain knowledge of cloud storage services and local storage options, including benefits and use cases.
  • Comprehend file systems, file and print sharing, and the importance of data encryption for security.
  • Differentiate between the internet, an intranet, and an extranet, and understand their implications for device security.
  • Learn about user authentication methods and permissions to secure access to resources.
  • Identify various types of malware and implement strategies to protect devices from malicious software.
  • Explore cloud services including Microsoft Intune, Azure, and understand virtual machines, disaster recovery, high availability, redundancy, and fault tolerance.
  • Develop an understanding of identity services, business data access, and the considerations for implementing a Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policy.