Updates

What’s new: June 2014

Improvements to Office 365 in June focused on updates for Lync, such as enhancements to Lync for Mac and Lync Room System, as well as on new OneNote tools, extensions, and partnerships. Another big update for Office 365 for business subscribers was the release of the Office 365 road map, which helps inform customers about upcoming updates before they become available. Leave us a comment to let us know what your…

Office 365
08-Traditional Edit & Reply - Edit button

Document collaboration made easy

Steve Chew is a senior product marketing manager and Joey Masterson is a senior program manager on the Exchange team. When people send files as attachments, they’re often looking to collaborate with others and get feedback. Up until now, this has been a cumbersome process. For example, when you email a document to your colleague, she must first download the document to make her edits. Once she’s finished editing the document,…

OneNote
Matthew

Administrators help teachers, students reach learning objectives with OneNote

Today is the last day of ISTE 2014 but it has become clear from this year’s conference that schools are more connected than ever, incorporating laptops, tablets, and even phones into day-to-day instruction. But these devices need a strong information system to enable administrators to empower teachers to be effective in helping students reach learning objectives. For Cary Academy in North Carolina, that system is OneNote. Digital textbooks in OneNote…

PowerPoint

Office Mix Is a Game-Changer for Teachers

Last month, Microsoft announced the customer preview of Office Mix, a tool designed to make it easier for teachers to incorporate online content into their lesson plans. Since then, we’ve been gathering feedback about what educators find most useful about the tool and how to make it even better, and we’re sharing what we’ve learned at the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) conference in Atlanta this week. Overall,…

Why Microsoft

infoWAN finds most customers prefer Office 365 to Google Apps

Today’s guest blogger is Lars Riehn, founder and CEO of infoWAN Datenkommunikation GmbH, a Microsoft partner that offers a complete array of consulting, training, support, software development, and software distribution services to customers ranging from small start-up companies to large enterprise organizations. Founded in 1996, infoWAN has offices throughout Germany as well as solid international partnerships with software and hardware manufacturers. During the past two years, the company has helped…

Garage Series
juliagarage

The Garage Series for Office 365: Quick tour and review of Office 365

What is Office 365 and how has it evolved in the past year? This week Jeremy Chapman is joined by Office 365 General Manager, Julia White, to answer that question and give a lightning tour and review of the latest Office 365 innovations. If you haven’t been following Office 365 developments or think its primarily cloud-based email or browser-based Office, you’ll want to check out this show. Jeremy: This has…

Office 365

From inside the cloud: How does Office 365 continuously meet your compliance needs?

Shawn Veney explains in the post and a three-minute video the Office 365 approach to compliance, how it not only meets the standard industry regulations, but also the regulations that are important to you and your industry. A proactive control framework and capabilities built into the services that support compliance provide continuous compliance.

Office 365
Montgomery County Logo

Montgomery County: Better service for my team, county colleagues, and our citizens through Office 365

Lisa Tolomeo, Client Services Manager for Montgomery County, Pennsylvania is increasing her responsiveness to team members and internal customers, thereby improving public service. Read Lisa’s story and learn how she keeps lines of communication open and stays flexible to react to technology emergencies and help county employees continue to deliver excellent service to their community.