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).
Today we are excited to announce the availability of the Project Server 2016 IT Preview. We have worked very hard over the past three years to bring you the latest and greatest innovations to Project Online—our project and portfolio management solution in the cloud—and incorporate feedback from customers into Project Server 2016. Project Server 2016 IT Preview provides an initial view of what’s to come.
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.
Do you often import data into Excel? Do you ever need to shape your data before you analyze it and build your reports? We’re excited to let you know that your get-data experience in Excel is about to change forever. —Read on to learn about how Excel 2016 has integrated Power Query technology into the Data ribbon.
We invited five small business owners to reflect on their own experience getting their business off the ground and asked them to share what they wish they had known when they were starting out. —Read on to see what rule Steve Doonan, president of DeKalb Mechanical, lived by when he became a business owner.
On September 22nd, we will release Office 2016, including a new IT management experience, and more resources to help you prepare for and deploy Office to your organization. Thanks to feedback from thousands of IT Pros around the globe, Office 2016 offers a significantly enhanced installation and management experience, making it easier to roll out the new apps to employees.
Today Apple announced the iPad Pro, iOS 9 and WatchOS 2. We’ve developed a number of new features for Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote, Outlook and Translator to take advantage of these enhancements. This post provides an overview of some of the most useful new features, including multitasking, inking, intelligent search, wireless keyboard support and updates to Outlook and Translator on the Apple Watch.
We invited five small business owners to reflect on their experience getting their business off the ground and asked them to share what they wish they’d known when they were starting out. All five use Office 365 to increase productivity and improve collaboration, but these excerpts are not about Microsoft or its products. Check out what Amber Borgomainerio, cofounder of Breathe Hot Yoga, said were her keys to success.