Are you a member of the Office 365 Network?
It’s been almost a year since its launch as a way for you to learn and share Best Practices and news about the products. As network member Darrell Webster says, “Each of us is an expert on something, but together, we can be experts on everything.”
In the coming months, you’ll see more experts join the network, have more opportunities to connect with the product teams, and get more product insights and advice from the community summarized in an easy to read format. Keep sharing your ideas and expertise, to help shape the future of Office 365.
So have you checked out the core elements of Office 365 Video yet? Simplicity; discoverability and share-ability; mobility; and built-in, easy-to-manage security.
Office 365 Video
“Your business flourishes when all employees are informed, working together and aligned to the same important goals. Office 365 Video is just the first of numerous NextGen Portals to come to Office 365—portals to best support your corporate intranet needs, your knowledge management requirements, and facilitate how people and groups can best represent themselves—all designed to be mobile, engaging, intelligent and ready to go–for you.”
The new Outlook app brings together the core tools you need to get things done–your e-mail, calendar, contacts, and files–helping you get more done, even on the smallest screen. The app works with all major e-mail services (including Outlook.com, Exchange Server, Office 365, Yahoo, Gmail, etc.). It’s free for personal use, and qualifying Office 365 subscriptions will enable commercial use rights for businesses.
Outlook on iOS and Android will replace the OWA for iPhone, iPad, and Android apps; however, businesses who want features such as IRM should continue to use the OWA for Devices experience on phones and tablets for the near term. These advanced features will be coming to Outlook on iOS and Android in the coming months.
Feel free to use these links, to download the Outlook app for iOS or Android.