Today marks a huge step forward with OneDrive for Business. It’s the most significant set of updates we’ve ever released. First and foremost, we’re delivering a rock-solid new sync experience. Beyond this, we have a new browser experience, mobile app improvements, critical new IT controls and extended developer experiences to enable people to do and achieve more with OneDrive for Business.
The regulatory compliance and business risk landscape is continuously evolving. At Microsoft, we appreciate our customers’ need to understand the Office 365 architecture and compliance with regulations to help them evaluate moving to Office 365. We also know you need to understand how we keep your data secure on the service on an ongoing basis. To help with your assessment needs, we are announcing Office 365 Service Trust Portal (STP).
In September 2012, we announced availability of the Office Web Apps Server as a standalone on-premises server providing browser-based versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote. In our journey to enable rich viewing and editing experiences through Office in the browser, we’re making available Office Online Server Preview (OOS)—the evolution of Office Web Apps.
August brought new Outlook partner add-ins, new wearable productivity apps, Sway for Windows 10, a new community GitHub project for Office IT Pro Deployment Scripts and a new Snack video showcase for developers. Plus, you can now preview the Skype for Business apps for iOS and Android and real-time coauthoring in OneDrive. —Read more to see what else is new in Office 365.
With the industry’s most advanced productivity suite—Office 365—Microsoft is focused on reinventing productivity. Register for our virtual event series live from a Microsoft Technology Center and join us for our first 45-minute webcast featuring Bring Your Office to the Cloud on Thursday, September 3 at 10 a.m. PDT.
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.
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.