As the IT profession continues its transition to leveraging more and more cloud services and technologies, we’re introducing the new IT Pro Cloud Essentials program to give you a better experience on the journey with access to professional training, extended trials, Azure credit and priority support.
Find out what it takes to shape a winning work culture that reflects your business values and leadership from our trifecta of entrepreneurial experts on the next episode of Office Small Business Academy, “Culture Rules! Create a Positive Business Culture Inside and Out,” airing April 26 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.
Heading into the last day of Build 2016, we take a look at what the updates to the Office extensibility model and Office add-ins mean for IT admins. Jeremy Thake highlights new capabilities announced at Build for both developers and users while demonstrating new deployment options to get add-ins to users directly from the Office 365 admin portal.
If you’ve been evaluating SharePoint Server 2016, you’ll want to see what we’ve added since the Release Candidate in January. In this demonstration, Bill Baer highlights Durable Links, updated capabilities for SharePoint administrators and new options for implementing hybrid solutions with SharePoint Server 2016 and Office 365.
This week, Microsoft Mechanics goes hands-on with the latest Dynamics CRM 2016 to highlight Office 365 integration for sellers, admins and developers. Eric Boocock from the Dynamics team demonstrates how CRM creates Office 365 Groups to improve collaboration while leveraging Azure Machine Learning and Cortana to report interactive insights.
Office 365 Groups are shared workspaces where group members can collectively get things done. When you set up a group, it automatically creates a shared inbox, group calendar, a place to save and share files and notes, plus planning tools. In today’s Microsoft Mechanics show, we take a tour of the recent updates to Office 365 Groups and highlight the new Office 365 Groups header and discovery experiences.
See how Lotus F1 Team leveraged Office 365 APIs and extensibility to update their legacy travel application—complete with calendar and directory services integration. The team built new underpinnings with a flexible data model, a web front end for logistics planning and user management, a mobile app that worked across platforms and an Outlook add-in to integrate race events directly into users’ calendars.
It’s the New Year and one of the things that I hope gives you increased peace of mind in 2016 are the continued investments that we are making to protect your information within the Office 365 service, as I explain on our latest episode of “From Inside the Cloud.” —Watch this episode of From Inside the Cloud with Rudra Mitra.