Microsoft's "Office on the Web" product (also referred to as "Office Online") will hereafter be called just "Office."
The Office 365 app installation experience should get a little easier for end users starting as early as next month.
Microsoft put the spotlight on its strategic collaborations during Day 3 of Inspire, chief among them a "multiyear" alliance with AT&T.
Microsoft talked up its Teams collaboration service as part of the run-up to Inspire, including its more than "13 million daily active users."
Microsoft now plans to support the use of Office 365 ProPlus on Windows Server 2019, even for organizations using it in VDI scenarios.
Some "pro" features of Microsoft's Kaizala mobile chat application will be folded into Microsoft Teams over the next 12 to 18 months.
As early as July 9, organizations with existing Office 365 Business or Office 365 ProPlus subscriptions could have the Teams app automatically activated for them.
Microsoft's productivity and collaboration plan for businesses with fewer than 300 users is getting two new features: conditional access security and trouble-ticket tools for administrators.
A recent update to Office 365's Office Customization Tool will let organizations save their configuration files in Microsoft's cloud datacenters to access later.
Microsoft unveiled several Office 365 improvements recently, including a new Windows desktop release, as well as improved setup and branding capabilities.
Microsoft's recent SharePoint Conference was a typically dense affair, with announcements spanning Microsoft 365 and Office 365.
Microsoft this week announced a preview of a new communications blocking capability for its Teams collaboration service called called "Information Barriers."
In an effort to become more "transparent" about the information it collects on users, Microsoft this week announced plans to reorganize its Office 365 ProPlus privacy controls.
A raft of security and compliance improvements are coming to Office 365 -- and specifically to Microsoft 365 subscribers -- according to Microsoft this week.
Microsoft announced two new services aimed at Office 365 ProPlus users this week: the Office Cloud Policy service and Security Policy Advisor.
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