Office 365 has a new admin center for Teams and Skype for Business Online. It’s still early days for the TSBAC, as I like to call it, but you can see where Microsoft is going as it unifies the disparate parts of Teams and Skype for Business Online into one uber-admin center to beat them all.
The Office 365 Admin Center experienced a problem on August 3 when it began to include data from other tenants in its usage reports. It seems like the problem arose in a flawed code change and Microsoft fixed the issue quickly. What’s worrying is what data leaks like this mean in the context of regulations like the EU GDPR.
Microsoft gave details of many new features at the SharePoint Virtual Summit. Introducing a modern SharePoint Admin Center is the best feature in my eyes, but then again, I am not a SharePoint Pro.
The advent of the New Year is a catalyst for change. One change that’s been coming for a while is the “new” Office 365 Admin Center. Now it’s time for the “old” to be swapped out and the “new” to be used everywhere. The change is good. At least, I think it is.
Managing Office 365 for a business can be tedious but is mission critical. To help IT administrators do their job, Microsoft has the Office 365 Admin Center and is currently rolling out their latest and greatest version right now. The new Admin Center is not complete and in the blog post announcing the rollout Microsoft has […]