One thing is certain: the advent of the Office 365 service has brought an unprecedented amount of innovation and change to our productivity and collaboration products. In this news roundup we share some improvements we’ve made to help you stay on top of the changes—and, as always, news highlights from the last couple weeks. Enjoy!
Office 365 experts from around the world are contributing to a collection of PowerShell scripts that are designed to automate various procedures that would normally require manual intervention from an IT pro. If that sounds like you, check out our new community GitHub project for Office IT Pro Deployment Scripts.
July saw the new Office 2016 for Mac, Office Mobile apps for Windows 10, a preview of new Skype for Business services, and the introduction of Send—the app designed for in-and-out email. Developers have a new way to stay up to date with news, tips and tricks with The Office Dev Show, and Office 365 channels are live on IFTTT. See what else is new in Office 365.
Catalent, developers of proprietary solutions for drug delivery, including Liqui-Gels®, deployed Office 365 to build a faster, more productive and interconnected work environment. Today, employees are using Office 365 communication and collaboration services to drive engagement, expedite clinical trials, improve customer service, and build a competitive advantage. –Learn more about Catalent’s secure move to Office 365 in the new case study.
UL has a 120-year legacy of helping to ensure that the products we use every day—from microwaves to roofing shingles—are safe. Today, the company trusts Office 365 and the Microsoft cloud to help transform collaboration and power innovation for itself and its customers. Watch our two new additions to the UL video series: “Steward of Trust” and “Speed of Innovation” along with the first episode, “Circle of Trust.”
On this week’s show we invite Michael Niehaus from the Windows team to help explain how updates to Windows 10 take advantage of the work you’ve done implementing Office 365 and Azure Active Directory. We also explore the upcoming Business Store and Mobile Device Management for Office 365 capabilities.
At the core of encryption technologies is Azure Rights Management, providing an easy way to protect data by assigning a policy to data available in Office 2013, Office 2010 and Office for Mac. We’re excited to announce the same policy-driven protection is available in Office for iPad and on iPhone devices. Now you’re able to view rights protected Office documents natively on your iPad and iPhone devices.