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On-Demand Webinar: Office 365 - Amazing New Features You've Never Seen

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Stay up to date on Office 365's new features and functionality.

Office 365 is constantly being updated and improved. The platform’s productivity tools have proven their ability to better connect teams and simplify collaboration in the workplace. Yet, many companies are not taking advantage of all the functionality O365 has to offer – mostly because they don’t know they exist. 

In this on-demand event, Microsoft and Microsoft Cloud Consumption Partner of the Year, Interlink Cloud Advisors will show you just how to move beyond the basics of Office 365 and extend the value to your business. Both existing Office 365 and new 365 clients will benefit from this event.   

In this free interactive session, Interlink will reveal you how to get the most out of Office 365 through product overviews and live demos. You’ll also get the low down on the new E5 licensing options and Microsoft funding that is available to your company. 

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Matt Scherocman - Microsoft VTSP and #1 in the world at helping clients with Microsoft funding – will demo and explain the new features and functionality of Office 365.

Live Demos Include: 
Office 2016, Sway, Delve, Skype for Business, Office Groups, and Admin Portal

You can expect to learn about:

  • New E5 Licensing: Your options
  • Office 2016: New features
  • OneDrive Updates: Improved sync & mobile clients
  • Sway: Quickly present mobile & web friendly data
  • Delve: Unleash the power of proactive search
  • Skype for Business: New options for conferencing & telephony
  • Groups: A new level of collaboration
  • Admin Enhancements: Plus more 

If you think Office 365 was good before, you’re really going to love it now.  

Register today if you want to find out how to get the most out of Microsoft’s Office 365 for your organization.

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Sarah Bunt

On-Demand Webinar: Understanding Microsoft's Enterprise Mobility Suite

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Ready to solve the unique challenges of your mobile workforce?

Enable your users to be productive on the devices they love, while helping keep corporate data private.

In this on-demand webinar Microsoft and Microsoft Heartland Area Partner of the Year, Interlink Cloud Advisors, explore the possibilities of Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite – the only cloud solution built to affordably deliver access to apps and data across all devices, while helping keep your business secure.  

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Cover the different aspects of Enterprise Mobility Suite, including:

  • Control Identities of Users – Single Sign on / Self Service Password Reset / Multifactor Authentication / Security Reporting
  • Mobile Device Management – Bring your own device support / selective wipe/ non-domain PC controls
  • Intellectual Property Management – Lock down files so that only the right people have access, audit and monitor access to protected files, restrict ability of users to do things like cut / paste or printing
  • Cyber Security– visibility into user and network access to protect against attacks, malicious behavior, and security risks
  • Application Management - manage and protect corporate apps and data on almost any device

Register today if you want to find out if Microsoft’s Enterprise Mobility Suite is right for your company.

Matt Scherocman

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) in New Office 2016, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) in New Office 2016, SharePoint Online, and OneDrive for Business

Clients have benefited from Data Loss Prevention (DLP) technology within Exchange Online for years. Microsoft is now expanding the functionality to cover data and documents that may be in Office, SharePoint, and OneDrive. Plus they are enhancing the console where the policy rules are managed so that the policy rules for all of the services are controlled in a single location.

Client can continue to use the templates that Microsoft builds to help them stay compliant with regulations like PCI and HIPPA. Severity levels can also be set – so administrators, for example, could have one set of actions that happen if a user tries to send a credit card number externally and another if they are trying to send a file that contains ten or more credit card numbers in it.

DLP not only is for people who are actively trying to share content that they shouldn’t, it is also for people who didn’t notice that there was a company credit card contained 10 emails down in a thread before they forward it to a new distribution list.

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Matt Scherocman

Introducing Groups in Office 365

Introducing Groups in Office 365

Sharing and collaborating just got easier! Want a quick way to grab some co-workers and get productive on a project? Need to share documents on the fly without having to setup a SharePoint site?

With the introduction of Groups, working in Office 365 can bring people together to connect with colleagues and work on projects. You can search for and join existing Groups, which are open by default, to see all discussions, milestones and files and get up to speed quickly.  You can create private Groups as well for sensitive projects and content. Each group gets their own OneDrive for file sharing and their own group email box.

 

Where can you find Groups?

Groups is a feature that is available in Outlook Web App email and calendar and OneDrive for Business, and will be rolled out to all customers that have an Exchange Online or Office 365 commercial subscription, both new and existing.

 

Management
Group management is provided in Office 365. It is straightforward to create and manage, Groups can be optimized without learning to use a separate security management website. Public Groups support an open permission model, which allows you to add yourself as a member to any public Group, making it easy to access information. Private Groups provide data privacy while still allowing for prospective members to request access to the Group.

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Matt Scherocman

The New Office - Office 2016

The New Office - Office 2016

Office 2016 is the latest addition to Office 365. It’s made for teamwork, perfect for Windows 10, and full of new features that work for you. Updates in Office 2016 include:

  • Co-authoring in Word, PowerPoint and OneNote – Real-time typing lets you see what others are typing and view their edits as they make them
  • Simplified Sharing – Share button located on the Ribbon in Word, Excel and PowerPoint lets you see who has access to a given document, allows you to invite others, and change access permissions to your document
  • Improved Version History- view or go back to earlier drafts of your document from within your document by clicking on the File tab and selecting history
  • Shared Notebooks – OneNote shared notebooks provide a centralized place to share all project information- videos, photos, drawings, hand written notes, screen clippings, etc
  • Modern Meetings – Use Skype for Business to send an instant message to ask a quick question and easily add voice, video, or screen sharing. Use Skype for Business HD video conferencing with co-authoring, and desktop sharing for collaboration
  • Office for all of your devices – Full viewing and editing of Office documents across Windows, Android, and Apple devices

Office 2016 and Windows 10

  • Windows Hello – Your Windows 10 device lights up in your presence and greets you by name. You can log in to your PC and Office 365 with a simple look or a touch – no need for password anymore
  • Cortana and Office 365- by learning more about you over time, Cortana becomes useful every day, bringing together all of your relevant business information so you can stay on top of your day. For example: if you are preparing for a team meeting, Cortana will pull the meeting time, location from the mail & calendar app, get the recent PowerPoint presentation you collaborated on from OneDrive for Business, and connect you to the Skype meeting
  • Office Mobile Apps on Windows 10 – Every new phone and small tablet running Windows 10 comes pre-installed with Office mobile apps, so you can be productive right away
  • Continuum – On Select Windows 10 premium phones you can use a Continuum-compatible accessory to project, even wirelessly, to any monitor. You can even connect to a mouse and keyboard to use your phone like a PC for getting things done
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