Passed an exam and became an MCT

These past few weeks have been crazy busy with travel, for clients and then last week speaking at SPTechCon in San Francisco. This week I finally got to be at home, to catch-up no normal work and family life, as well as take an exam I have been preparing for. I took the MS-500: Microsoft 365 Security Administration exam and passed, granting the title of “Microsoft 365 Certified: Security Administrator Associate“, sounds super exciting right? The exam itself was complicated, with lots of tough questions and a lab where you have to prove you know how to do it, in a live tenant.

All in all, was a good one to study for and it did help that I create the MS-500 course for the guys over at Skill Me Up 🙂

Also this week I achieved one of my other goals for the year. I became a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). This has been a bunch of work over the past few years, creating courses for Pluralsight, Opsgility / Skill Me Up and LinkedIn Learning. I am honored to be an MCT and look forward to what else this year holds 🙂

Liam Cleary

Liam began his career as a Trainer of all things computer-related. He quickly realized that programming, breaking, and hacking was a lot more fun. He spent the next few years working within core infrastructure and security services until he found SharePoint. He is the founder and owner of SharePlicity, a consulting company that focuses on all areas of Technology. His role within SharePlicity is to help organizations implement technology that will enhance internal and external collaboration, document and records management, automate business processes, and of course security controls and protection. He is also a Microsoft MVP focusing on Architecture but also crosses the boundary into Development. He is also a Microsoft Certified Trainer (MCT). His specialty over the past few years has been security in SharePoint and its surrounding platforms. He can often be found at user groups or conferences speaking, offering advice, spending time in the community, teaching his kids how to code, raspberry PI programming, hacking the planet or building Lego robots.

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