Earlier this year, Microsoft unveiled Surface Hub, a new large-screen collaboration device that harnesses the power of Windows 10, Skype for Business, Office, OneNote and Windows universal apps to deliver a new kind of productivity experience for groups. Today, the Surface Hub team announced more details on how Surface Hub will come to market, including pricing and market availability.
Today, we are introducing new Office 365 user experiences on the web. This set of new user experiences includes quick access to notifications, contextual and immersive settings, help including what’s new feature introductions and integration of Skype for Business conversations – all within the context of your work. If this sounds like a lot, that’s because it is! But, it’s all being delivered in a single, consistent way that makes…
About a month ago, we invited anyone to participate in Office 2016 on Windows Preview. We now have over one million customers using the Office preview across both Windows and Mac platforms. When we started the preview, we noted we would be adding features regularly for customers to test and just this month released several new updates.
We are pleased to announce that Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) is now available to purchase through our direct channel, the Microsoft Online Subscription Program (MOSP). Starting June 1, 2015 you will be able to order ATP through MOSP. You can also purchase ATP through Volume Licensing and Cloud Solution Partners starting August 1, 2015.
eDiscovery capabilities powered by Equivio Zoom are coming soon to Office 365. Equivio Zoom will become available through a preview program starting in June, followed by a broader release before the end of this year. With Equivio Zoom you can better understand your Office 365 data and reduce your eDiscovery costs.
We’re pleased to announce an update to Outlook.com—featuring a refined inbox, new ways to collaborate, an upgraded calendar and much more. The new features are rolling out today in Preview to a small group of customers and will be made available to a broader audience through an opt-in program in the coming weeks.
Many organizations want to ensure their users are only able to sync files to managed- or domain-joined PC’s thereby limiting data leakage possibilities on unmanaged home and personal computers. Today we’re excited to announce that we’re releasing this capability for OneDrive for Business administrators!