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New to Office 365 in June—Microsoft Planner general availability, inking on Android devices, security features for Office 365 and more

June has been another busy month of updates across our Office apps on Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. We reached new milestones for Microsoft Planner and GigJam. We are also introducing Office 365 Advanced Security Management, new datacenter regions and the next cumulative feature update to Office 2016.

Customer stories
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Polycom dials up business value using
Office 365

In the global war for talent, one way we make sure that we’re staying at the top of our industry is by hiring and retaining the best talent out there. To do that in today’s business world, you need to offer flexibility. That’s why our philosophy is to support a fully mobile workforce. —Read more from Luc Trudel, vice president of IT Infrastructure and Operations at Polycom.

Customer stories
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How the Browning Law Group helps safeguard client trust with Office 365

In the same way that my clients have to trust me, I have to trust the technology my firm relies on. I know that I can with Office 365. —Learn more about how the Browning Law Group uses the Microsoft cloud to maintain an agile, highly secured environment and healthy client relationships.

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Announcing simple and powerful file sharing and collaboration for Office 365

Effectively managing and sharing files is critical to almost every organization. Today, we’re announcing a bold new vision for file management in Office 365 across OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online, and new ways for you to share and collaborate on all your files on any device.

SharePoint
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SharePoint—the mobile and intelligent intranet

Today, we announced the new SharePoint mobile app, a new SharePoint home in Office 365, modern team sites with Office 365 Groups, responsive page authoring and updates to document libraries and lists, plus a look at SharePoint and integration with Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. —Read on for more details.