Office 365 has a rich set of in-place eDiscovery capabilities that help organizations investigate and meet the wide variety of information requests directly from the Security & Compliance Center. We recently released two new features for Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery, Express Analysis and Export with analytics to Excel, that make it even easier for organizations to find, analyze and review relevant information related to investigations, legal matters and regulatory requests.
Today, Microsoft announced the Windows 10 Creators Update coming in early 2017, as well as stunning new devices: Surface Studio, Surface Dial and Surface Book with Performance Base. We were excited to showcase innovations to the Office apps which are coming first to Windows and brought to life on Surface. —Read on to learn more.
We are continually investing to deliver a complete, compliant and secure Office 365 U.S. Government Cloud. Today, we announced the Office 365 U.S. Government Defense compliance service, which makes Security Requirements Guidelines (SRG) L5 and L4 controls available to U.S. Government defense departments and defense industry organizations holding Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI). —Read on for more details.
Get richer insights about how your users adopt and use Office 365. The new Office 365 adoption content pack in Power BI enables you to visualize and analyze Office 365 usage data, pivot by attributes such as location and department, create custom reports and share the insights within your organization. —Read on to learn how you can sign up for the limited preview.
Last week, at the Ignite conference, we partnered with IT professionals to identify ways organizations can advance accessibility initiatives and create more digitally inclusive working environments as part of their digital transformations. —Read on to access the recordings and highlights from sessions at Ignite focused on accessibility.