Like any good product or service, Microsoft is constantly updating and adding features to the Office 365 suite, giving business users plenty of new tools and resources. So far in 2015, Microsoft has expanded Office 365 to new platforms; iOS and Android, added new features; Office 365 Video and Delve, plus updates, as well as developed new apps and updates for all mobile devices. The goal is increased accessibility and mobility, so every business can benefit from the integrated solutions and adaptable tools and platforms.
New features focus on portability and convenience
Microsoft is combining the business demand of a solid, feature-rich platform in Office 365 along with consumer and business trends like the growing need for connectivity and mobility in daily operations. You’ll see this in Enterprise with:
- OneDrive for business now available on Mac and iOS platforms
- Outlook attachments can be saved to OneDrive
- OneNote for iOS/iPhone updates and improvements
- Office Online Narrator and other accessibility enhancements
- Sway for iPhone availability and feature updates
- Enhanced conferencing with RoundTable
- Enhanced email protection with DKIM and DMARC in Office 365
Customize your plan to fit YOUR business needs
The best part of Office 365 upgrades and feature innovations is that you can pick and choose which ones to utilize. You can take them all and run, or you can simply select the few tools that your business needs. The updates are being rolled out worldwide to customers, and the updates that you see depend on the Office 365 edition that you have. We will be covering the topics noted above in separate blogs so that you can learn about the new features and upgrades in more detail. Keep an eye out on our blog page as we will be taking a closer look at each one of the updates listed above in the upcoming weeks. As always, if you want to know about the new Office 365 products, features and updates, give us a call at 1-800-900-1125 or send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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