Microsoft is going to make its Teams app available in the Microsoft Store starting in May 2022.
Microsoft has sent a reminder to Microsoft 365 Admins to be aware that Microsoft Office 2013 will be nearing the end of support for next year. Microsoft has advised customers to upgrade to a more recent version to lessen the risks to their security.
Microsoft has announced a new feature called Microsoft List Calendar: Unscheduled Pane. This feature will allow you to review all the items not yet appearing in the Calendar view due to missing dates. These items will appear on the Unscheduled tab within the events pane to the right of the Calendar view.
Microsoft is releasing an update to their Windows store app, Teams Rooms version 4.12, that is used for managing conference rooms using Teams software and hardware.
When you navigate to a Teams connected SharePoint site in SharePoint or OneDrive, you will be able to access the files stored in that team’s standard and private channels. You will see a new In channels section when you navigate to the default document library of a Teams-connected site.
Microsoft has announced that they have acquired Minit, a leader in process mining technology that enables businesses to uncover opportunities for continuous process improvement and better operational efficiency.
Microsoft has announced the upcoming launch of a new US Government cloud environment: Office 365 Government Secret which is currently in government review pending accreditation and targeting availability starting mid-2022. This environment is built to support the US Federal Civilian, Department of Defense (DoD), Intelligence Community (IC), and US government partners working within the Secret enclave with Microsoft’s best-in-class software as a service (SaaS) capabilities.
Microsoft is continuously working to improve the service by releasing timely updates for Microsoft Teams. In this post, I’ll provide a roundup of off the latest feature updates released in March.
Microsoft Lists help streamline workflow and processes, increase efficiency, and encourage fluid collaboration.
Microsoft is announcing new Office product innovations designed to help make hybrid work, work. Whether it’s creating more engaging meeting experiences, enabling collaboration with external partners or customers, or giving you the flexibility to work on your terms, these new features and solutions address the new expectations people have for the workplace.