How EUM and LMS365 Work Together


As the only learning platform built into Microsoft 365 & Teams, LMS365 provides well recognized value for clients to extend the value for their Microsoft licenses. It’s already the spot where users are working and collaborating. And organizations can leverage the Microsoft 365 Security and Compliance Azure Information Protection, Rights Management, and document encryption.

But, guest management in out-of-the-box (ootb) Microsoft 365 proves to be a challenge for LMS365 administrators who are not typically equipped with an IT driven background. The Azure Active Directory portal is an ever-changing user interface that can leave users confused. In addition to this, IT is typically hesitant to give the LMS365 administrator additional role assignments that would allow them to create and enroll users in courses. These two barriers can restrict access to LMS365 licenses for some external groups, and may not allow LMS365 administrators to achieve full value from the solution when they become dependent on an over-burdened IT department.

Since 2021, the EUM and LMS365 development teams have worked closely together to come up with a tightly integrated set of features to achieve simple access to LMS365 for external users. These features support simple, invite-only scenarios in which learning admins know exactly who needs access to training content, as well as self-registration scenarios that involve approvals, custom workflows, integrations, and more. The articles below dive deeper into these different scenarios and how EUM and LMS365 work together to provide a robust and user-friendly solution that leverages the Microsoft stack.

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