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Office 365: What’s New in 2015

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.

Whats New in 2015

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
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Updates to OneDrive on Mobile Devices

OneDrive mobile apps have all recently been updated.  OneDrive for Andriod has updates that make it easier to differentiate between your work and personal OneDrive accounts, as well as support for adding a PIN number to keep files secure.  On iOS, there is now a feature that allows searching inside the OneDrive app as well as “All photos view” to make it easier to monitor camera backup to OneDrive.  On Windows Phone 8.1 there is now the ability for users to access their OneDrive recycle bin to make it easier to restore accidentally deleted files and folders.  Finally, across the board, OneDrive is now allowing file sizes up to 10GB to allow users to store large files on OneDrive.

Click this link to read more on the Microsoft Blog: https://blog.onedrive.com/onedrive-gets-smarter-on-your-phone/

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Data Loss Prevention now available in SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business

Data Loss Prevention (DLP) was a feature previously only found in Exchange, Outlook, and OWA to prevent data from being sent out of the company. Now clients can easily search for this same kind of sensitive content in SharePoint and OneDrive using Microsoft’s new Data Loss Prevention for SharePoint and OneDrive functionality.

Office 365 Admin are now able to Leverage 51 built-in sensitive information types including credit cards, passport numbers, Social Security numbers, and more. This is designed to allow you to be better informed about what type of sensitive documents exist and where in SharePoint Online and in OneDrive for Business. This visibility can help with compliance needs, contractual obligations, and internal policy enforcement.

Later this year, Microsoft will introduce additional capabilities that will allow you to create policies that automatically detect sensitive content and apply protection such as taking actions like deletion of content or quarantine until further reviewed.

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