We want to make it easier for small to midsized businesses to experience the value Office 365 can deliver—like the ability for employees to access team files from anywhere, collaborate in real-time from any device and benefit from enterprise-grade security. Starting today, customers with 50 or more seats of Office 365 can take advantage of our customer success service Microsoft FastTrack to help you onboard and migrate to Office 365.
The way we work has evolved. Dynamic teams that span time zones are no longer the exception; collaboration is how work gets done and people expect to access their work from any device. Co-working spaces like WeWork are positioned at the center of this change. With this in mind, I’m pleased to announce we’ve joined forces with our friends at WeWork to launch a special offer for Office 365.
We’re improving the inking experience so writing and drawing with your finger, pen or stylus are more intuitive and powerful. We’re also bringing PowerPoint Designer and Morph to additional platforms. Also, Office 365 consumer subscribers with Macs can now get Office Insider builds for first access to new features.
Office Extensibility exists for a single, simple purpose: make Office more useful by unleashing the creativity of developers to craft purpose-driven, relevant experiences for their users. We’re excited about pushing forward our vision of new and better ways for users to be productive. Combining that with the creativity and vision of third-party developers from around the world and companies of all sizes, the possibilities are endless.
Today, I’d like to share an update on our OneDrive for Business storage plans, the availability of our Next Generation Sync Client and several other new capabilities we’re delivering in our December update. —Read more from Jeff Teper, Microsoft corporate vice president, about updates to OneDrive for Business.