“Looking at the same thing right now as Tom. Have found WebEx trial to be exceptionally expensive, significant call cost on top of sizeable licence fees, but robust.
Only issue we've seen with Skype for Business is third party people joining meetings (e.g. customers) trying to join who don't have the client or permissions to install, the journey is poor and it's not easily accessible via a broswers only offering.
But robust, well integrated and PSTN conferencing is a great value add on licence vs WebEx. It's a no brainier if they can fix the browser only problems.”
“Still listed as in development...
We’re adding support for file names that contain ‘%’ or ‘#’ characters. Previously these were blocked for upload to OneDrive for Business. Additionally for all other blocked characters in filenames, OneDrive for Business will warn the user of a problem with their filename and provide them with the opportunity to rename the file to continue the upload. Finally, OneDrive for business will support filenames up to 256 characters in length. Together these changes will help users and organizations more easily adopt OneDrive for Business.”
“Sounds like everything I need and more will be delivered this calendar year, great to see. Thanks for the update.
Now just to make sure we get on the Q3 preview...”
“Whilst not an Office app, any chance of being able to add a link off to Azure portal in the app section?”
“Great update - thanks!”
“Thanks - appreciate you taking the time to reply”
“Are you able to give an indication of when support for SharePoint document libraries will be delivered?
Glad to see someone within Microsoft publicly recognise this void. However "in future releases" isn't very helpful right now.