It’s your data. Microsoft is only the caretaker. SharePoint and OneDrive provide a simple and comprehensive set of security and policy controls, and today we announce our latest set of innovations, further extending our leadership in delivering powerful and secure collaboration to customers.
Just as organizations seek to develop business insights from big data to help them transform, individuals and groups can benefit from personalized insights to enhance how they work. Last year we introduced Delve Analytics, which helps you focus on what matters by providing time and network insights about how you work. Today, we’re announcing the evolution of personal analytics in Office 365 with Microsoft MyAnalytics. —Read on to learn more.
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Today, we’re pleased to announce that Yammer is integrating with Office 365 Groups, bringing together the power of open collaboration with the productivity tools millions rely on every day.
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With Threat Intelligence in Office 365, you’ll be able to monitor and protect against risks before they hit your organization. —Read on for more details.
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Today, we’re pleased to announce the rollout of several new people experiences throughout Office 365 including a new Delve Windows 10 app for desktop and mobile, intelligent people cards, plus updates to Office 365 profiles.
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Today, we’re pleased to announce several new capabilities coming to your SharePoint mobile and intelligent intranet. —Read on for details.
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We’re thrilled to announce that Outlook for iOS and Android is now powered by the Microsoft Cloud for Office 365 commercial users! This means that all your data is now fully delivered through Microsoft services that provide a strong commitment to security, privacy and compliance.
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At Ignite this week, we are announcing the next set of Office platform functionality, giving developers the tools they need to build even more compelling productivity applications with Office. Among them you’ll find new capabilities in a variety of scenarios—from traditional ones like extending Office with custom user experiences, to making your standalone apps and services smarter with the help of Microsoft Graph.