Next up on Microsoft’s Mixed Reality agenda is bringing the platform to Visio and we shouldn’t have to wait too much longer to learn more about this update.
Microsoft will release Office 365 multi-geo tenants to general availability in early 2018. You can then deploy Exchange Online, OneDrive for Business, and (later) SharePoint Online across multiple Office 365 datacenter regions. It’s good for data sovereignty, but won’t solve network problems.
Day 2 at Ignite featured news about SharePoint, Exchange, Office 365 Groups, and Teams, And on a personal note, I had the chance to speak twice. That was nice, but I’m exhausted and there’s still three days to go.
Everyone has a different experience at a massive conference like Microsoft Ignite. Here’s some personal notes from Day 1 of the 2017 event. As always, my conference days are a mixture of sessions, chats, and walking.
Microsoft’s Ignite conference kicks off next week and here is what you should be looking for at the big event.
Microsoft is making big changes to its conferences for 2017 with Build heading to Seattle and Envision being combined with Ignite.
An exhausting first day at Ignite brought lots of Office 365 news. Surprisingly, the number of Office 365 MAU hasn’t grown, at least not publicly, and confirmation arrived that the Outlook apps now run in the Microsoft Cloud. Lots of focus on using intelligence to repel threats. MyAnalytics arrived, and Exchange 2016 CU3 embraced the Outlook REST API.
Microsoft has released the session list for its Ignite conference and this year will have over 400 sessions to choose from.
Microsoft has opened the doors for Ignite registration, a conference that will be taking place in Atlanta this fall.
Microsoft has announced that they will be moving their Ignite conference from Chicago to Atlanta and that it will be held in September.