Today, in New York City, we announced Microsoft Teams—the new chat-based workspace in Office 365. Microsoft Teams is an entirely new experience that brings together people, conversations and content, along with the tools that teams need, so they can easily collaborate to achieve more. It’s naturally integrated with the familiar Office applications and is built from the ground up on the Office 365 global, secure cloud service.
Today, we’re starting to roll out additional usage reports that provide you with richer insights about how your organization is adopting and using Office 365. The new reports for active users, email clients, Skype for Business clients and Office 365 Groups are available directly in the admin center.
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.
At Ignite this week, we are announcing the next set of Office platform functionality, giving developers the tools they need to build even more compelling productivity applications with Office. Among them you’ll find new capabilities in a variety of scenarios—from traditional ones like extending Office with custom user experiences, to making your standalone apps and services smarter with the help of Microsoft Graph.