Lots happens in a month within Office 365. I can’t possibly write an article about every change in SharePoint, Teams, Exchange, etc. released by Microsoft,, so sometimes I need to publish a catch-up (or catch-up) post. Here are ten things that I think are interesting enough for you to know about.
Microsoft is evolving Microsoft 365 and now positioning it above Windows when it comes to developing for the company’s various platforms.
In this article. I will make an overview of the IT Roadmap Planning Tool for Microsoft 365.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks at how Microsoft’s new service can help organizations meet compliance requirements.
Microsoft is embarking on its next great SaaS challenge, convincing the enterprise that Microsoft 365 is not only a good service but that its software is better than the competition.
Microsoft is bringing Microsoft 365 out of preview and as it graduates, the company is adding a couple new apps to the service.
After returning from the Ignite conference, I have pages of notes to pour over. Here are some of the more interesting things i learned about Office 365, including who should be in my “inner loop” and “outer loop”, why Microsoft talks about Microsoft 365 when they really mean Office 365, and some Exchange Online cmdlets I had not heard about before.
At Ignite 2017, Microsoft announced a significant update to Microsoft 365 that brings with it new features and two new tiers of the service.
At Inspire, Microsoft has announced a new tier of services that they are calling Microsoft 365 that will serve as the virtual wrapper of the company’s SaaS products.