Microsoft runs its own internal Insiders progr Since Microsoft launched the Windows Insider program in the fall of 2014, the company has taken the idea of ​​listening to the comments of its most enthusiastic customers very seriously. The giant Redmond also has many of the first users in its ranks, and the company has several internal test rings for volunteers willing to Read more about Microsoft runs its own internal Insiders progr[…]

Microsoft begins rollout of new class It has been three months since Microsoft made its Teams collaboration service available to all Office 365 Education customers, but the company had much more in preparation for students and teachers. Last month, the giant of Redmond unveiled new experiences in the salons at Teams during its thematic event on education in New York, Read more about Microsoft begins rollout of new class[…]

Whats new in office 365 in june The Microsoft Office team seemed quite busy in June, since it widely released Microsoft Teams, offered compliance updates and security protection for Office 365, and also made its Stream service generally available. Blogs: Fortunately, every month the Office team compiles a list of all the updates issued in a month and publishes them as Read more about Whats new in office 365 in june[…]

Microsoft won’t deliver Guest Access for Teams Last week, Microsoft released a significant update to its Teams collaboration application, implementing new classroom experiences for Office 365 Education customers. In addition, several popular cloud storage services such as Dropbox, Google Drive and Box are now compatible with computers, which is ideal for companies that do not put all their efforts into the Office Read more about Microsoft won’t deliver Guest Access for Teams[…]

Microsoft presents pending tasks and much mor As April is coming to an end, the Office team has once again published its monthly summary of all the new features that were sent to Office 365 users this month, and the list is quite large. The most important version can be Microsoft To-Do, the new Microsoft task management application that is expected to Read more about Microsoft presents pending tasks and much mor[…]

Microsoft announces personalized enhancements Microsoft’s Office applications have become so utilitarian and similar to those of home appliances in the business work sector that the idea of ​​customizing an Excel document can easily be laughed at as you dream of the fever of an overworked data analysis. Blogs: However, the Microsoft Office team did just that this week; Read more about Microsoft announces personalized enhancements[…]

Microsoft To-Do can now be used with Offic Microsoft To-Do, the company’s new task manager application, configured to replace Wunderlist, is now compatible with Office 365 Education accounts. The application is still in preview, so administrators must still enable Pending tasks on the “Services and Add-ons” page of the Office 365 administrator settings. The application also works with personal and work Microsoft accounts, Read more about Microsoft To-Do can now be used with Offic[…]

Office 365 on Microsoft Store be clear, there are two current specific store lists, Office 365 Personal and Office 365 Home. Both Office 365 lists in the Microsoft Store no longer have the “Preview” label, and several of our writers who previously did not try Office 365 in the Store can now download the Office 365 programs. Although there Read more about Office 365 on Microsoft Store[…]

Modern Workplace For the first time in history, there are five generations in the workforce. Watch the latest episode of Modern Workplace to understand how to turn this challenge into an opportunity by creating cohesive teams that take advantage of the diversity of multiple generations. Learn from the experts Haydn Shaw, lecturer and author of “Sticking Read more about Modern Workplace[…]