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You can now purchase a custom GoDaddy domain name directly from within Office 365 and we'll automatically set it up for you.
Rights Management in Office 365 helps you share your documents and email with people both inside and outside your organization, while maintain the nessecary level of control over who can see and edit that content. Read on to learn more.
In this week’s show, hosts Jeremy Chapman and Vijay Kumar tackle one of the most common questions asked about cloud services, “How safe is my data?” Security is an important element of trusting the service of any service provider. But even beyond security, they cover related concerns around data privacy, availability and show some of the controls your IT administrators have to configure access policies, lock down clients and build your own control set for data stored in or transferring though Office 365 services.
We've made it easier to add your custom GoDaddy domain to Office 365. You can now connect to GoDaddy directly from Office 365 and update all of the DNS records programmatically so that you are up and running in minutes. Read onto learn more and watch a demo.
Episode 4 of a 6 part special filmed in New Orleans, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by Office 365 Principal Service Engineer, Keith Laborde, to explain the latest FastTrack onboarding approach and demonstrate the new IDFix tool to help prepare for Single Sign On with Active Directory Federation Services (ADFS). With an emphasis on getting up and running quickly, then adding integration along the way, Jeremy and Keith will walk through the FastTrack approach and tools. Jeremy will also hit the streets of the Big Easy as he determines if it's faster to set up a demo environment with 100 users in Office 365 or on a local install of Exchange 2013.
Episode 5 of a 6-part special filmed in New Orleans, host Jeremy Chapman is joined by collaboration expert Mark Kashman as they take a look at the expansion of collaboration scenarios with the new Office from Site Mailboxes in SharePoint Online, advances in SharePoint Online for collaboration outside the corporate firewall, to Lync with multi-party HD video and the social sharing of content and ideas through Yammer.
Jeremy also teams up with local survivalist, Jeff Galpin, as he ventures out into the Bayou to see if he can truly stay productive from anywhere as he tests Office 365 versus the wild armed with a 4G Windows Phone and his Ultrabook.
Read on to learn more about how Office 365 is designed to provide security, compliance and privacy across two equally important dimensions - Built-in capabilities that include service-wide, technical capabilities, operational procedures and policies that are enabled by default for customers using the service and Customer controls that include features that enable you to customize the Office 365 environment based on the specific needs of your organization.
Learn what's new for Office 365 subscribers with quick overiew of the updates over the last two months.
This week kicks off a six-part series on location in New Orleans and will cover the enhancements around touch and immersive experiences in the new Office. Jeremy Chapman is joined by Tal Krzypow and Tim Bakke to show Office experiences across screens of all sizes - from phones to large panel displays. Along the way, they'll expose some lesser known touch features in PowerPoint, take a tour of the GeoFlow Preview for Excel and show off the capabilities of the 82" Perceptive Pixel (PPI) display.
When was the last time you read your company's handbook containing all the communication policies? Learn how you can achieve compliance without disrupting your routine or your colleagues'. Last weeks blog post explained the two dimensions of Office 365 security, compliance, and privacy: built-in capabilities and customer controls. This post focuses on a key customer controls in compliance: data loss prevention (DLP).