The Office 365 Admin app enables administrators to view the service health of their Office 365 environment on-the-go. Since it first launched on November 21st on Windows Phone 8, thousands of Office 365 administrators have downloaded the app. As of today, the app is now available for Android and iOS .
Starting today, you can download the Office 365 Admin app for your Windows Phone 8 to connect to your organization’s Office 365 service status on the go. The new app enables you to view service health information and maintenance status updates from your mobile device. Read on to learn more about the new app and download it today.
In this week’s show, Jeremy Chapman and Mark Kashman follow last month’s Extreme Office 365 Mobility and Off-Road Rally Challenge episode to tell the IT pro story about managing user access and devices ranging from Android and iOS to Windows and Windows Phones. They’ll discuss user-pivoted data access and catch up with long time Exchange ActiveSync (EAS) engineer, Greg Baribault, to discuss the evolution of EAS, Allow/Block/Quarantine (ABQ) and OWA…
One bride-to-be, Ambir, had an unexpected obstacle come up during her wedding plans–her fiancé, George, was transferred 300 miles away. Luckily, Ambir was using OneNote for her wedding planning so she was able to stay organized and keep George involved throughout the process. Here are some of her suggestions for planning your big day!
Top-level baseball announcers have their work cut out for them. They have to keep track of the statistics and stories of hundreds of players, call the action as it happens on the field, and entertain and inform thousands of listeners between pitches. We spoke with Milwaukee baseball announcer, Joe Block, to see how he makes this daunting task seem so easy.
This month OneNote celebrates 10 years of helping users capture notes at home, school, work and anywhere in between. In that time, OneNote has grown and added features for managing everything from recipe collections, to class notes, to projects and events–across phones and tablets, as well as the PC. Take a look at some 30-second videos that highlight the amazing things people are doing with OneNote.