The SharePoint Framework lets developers take advantage of up-to-date developer practices, tools and libraries to help them build more engaging, mobile-ready user experiences at a rapid pace. Today, we’ve reached the general availability milestone of SharePoint Framework—allowing developers and administrators to build and deploy parts that are used by Office 365 users in their production environments.
“The Technology Integration and Development team at NASCAR was born out of a single question: How do we empower the business to get more done? We chose Office 365, with its mobile-first, cloud-first benefits, to give our employees the best tools for working at the office.” —Find out how NASCAR races with maximum efficiency.
When your teams spend time looking for resources, waiting for people to get back to them or trying to knit together information from different software or devices, they can’t do their best creative work. Thankfully, Microsoft Teams—the Office 365 chat-based workspace—gives your organization all the creative benefits of teamwork and frees your teams from productivity sinkholes.
“The notion of continuous improvement is well established, but we wanted to make sure we’re capturing opportunities to enhance operations across every facet of our business, from the IT department to the factory floor. We’re supporting that effort with Microsoft Office 365.” —Read more from John Wrenn, VP of IT at Flex, to learn how the global manufacturer enabled a successful digital transformation with Office 365.
We adopted the Microsoft Office 365 E5 suite to boost efficiencies, make the most of our data, and streamline cross-company collaboration—from geographically scattered team members perfecting race plans together to our international legal team quickly finding and assessing the relevance of discovered content.” —Read the full story from Mark Everest, IS development manager at Renault Sport Formula One Team.