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.
On today’s Microsoft Mechanics show, we take a comprehensive look at Power BI—from recent updates with the Power BI desktop tool to a tour of brand new capabilities, including web-based editing, new options to create your own custom visualizations and how to automatically detect patterns in your data.
We take a closer look at the new Skype for Business services as part of today’s Office 365 announcements. Cloud PBX, PSTN Calling and PSTN Conferencing bring phone calling and meeting dial-in capability to Skype for Business. We demonstrate how easy it is to get numbers and configure calling capabilities for your users with Cloud PBX.
The Skype for Business team invites you to participate in the Skype for Business—IT Pro video broadcast series powered by Skype Meeting Broadcast! These biweekly video broadcasts offer IT Pros an opportunity to understand and manage Skype for Business capabilities by bringing timely information on the topics that matter most.
On this week’s show we invite Michael Niehaus from the Windows team to help explain how updates to Windows 10 take advantage of the work you’ve done implementing Office 365 and Azure Active Directory. We also explore the upcoming Business Store and Mobile Device Management for Office 365 capabilities.