At the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) Conference next week, Microsoft will showcase the latest ways we’re empowering the students of today to create the world of tomorrow. This month’s Office 365 updates are another step on this journey, with the broad availability of new classroom experiences in Microsoft Teams, security enhancements and more.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the public preview of the Office 365 Adoption Content Pack in Power BI. This toolset enables admins to visualize and analyze their Office 365 usage data, create custom reports, share insights and target training and communications to help drive their organization’s digital transformation.
At the SharePoint Virtual Summit, we announced new innovations for SharePoint and OneDrive, including communication sites, custom forms built with Microsoft PowerApps and simple file sharing directly in File Explorer on Windows 10. We also showcased customers who are accelerating their digital transformation with Office 365.
Today, during the SharePoint Virtual Summit, we shared our vision for creating a more connected organization. We are excited to announce several new capabilities that make it easier to connect and engage—especially through the power of SharePoint and Yammer together—whoever and wherever you are in the organization.
Several Office 365 updates this month can help companies of all sizes accelerate the digital transformation within their organization. We released Outlook Customer Manager, introduced Microsoft To-Do in Preview, extended Designer to PowerPoint on iPad, added support for Office 365 Groups in additional Office apps and more.