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Improve virtual meetings and bring consultations online—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in March

What a month it’s been. In just a few weeks, the way we work and live has changed. Our customers’ needs have never been clearer, or more urgent, than they are right now. And our top priority is to help you meet those needs by building the tools that help you enable your employees to…

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New to Microsoft 365 in May—new tools to streamline compliance and make collaboration inclusive and engaging

This month, we’re introducing new tools to help simplify compliance, app updates to boost productivity, and features to foster secure, collaborative user experiences. Here’s a look at what’s new in May. Updates from Microsoft Build to help develop people-centered experiences with Microsoft 365 At Microsoft Build this month, we announced several new capabilities in Microsoft…

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New SharePoint home sites headline Microsoft 365 innovations for the intelligent workplace

Today at the SharePoint Conference (watch the keynote online today at 12 PM PT at the SharePoint Virtual Summit), we showcased recent and upcoming innovations in SharePoint and across Microsoft 365—including SharePoint home sites, a dynamic, engaging, and personalized employee experience for your organization. These innovations power the intelligent workplace, where teams can collaborate and…

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Helping small businesses protect their greatest asset—their data

Entrepreneurs around the world face a range of challenges—from attracting and retaining talent in a tight labor market to changes in workplace norms—that make having the latest tools available on any device a competitive imperative. Being more efficient can free you up to do what you do best—and put your focus on customers and employees.…

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New to Microsoft 365 in March—tools to enable teamwork and enhance security in the workplace

This month, we released new features in Microsoft 365 to help you boost teamwork, save time, and streamline your IT management. Here’s a look at what’s new in March. Collaborate more easily New features and services give you more ways to collaborate with colleagues and LinkedIn connections across platforms. Boost meeting productivity and meet compliance…

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Closing the skills gap in manufacturing with Microsoft 365

The manufacturing industry is being transformed by the rise in new digital industrial technology, known as Industry 4.0. New technologies are changing every stage of production, increasing productivity, optimizing operations, and unlocking new areas of growth. In order for manufacturers to capture the value this technology unlocks, they’ll need to ensure their workforce has the…

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Announcing new integrations with Autodesk AutoCAD for Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint

Across OneDrive and SharePoint, our vision is to provide simple and secure access to files wherever—and however—your team works. No matter your role, specialization, or industry, we’re always working to expand and connect with the content you find critical. Today, we’re announcing new integrations with Autodesk that allow you to connect AutoCAD and its drafting tools…

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Introducing the Office app for Windows 10

Last year, we updated Office.com with a new experience focused on two simple things: helping users get the most out of Office and getting them back into their work quickly. The streamlined site has clearly resonated with customers, and now more than 40 percent of Office 365 web users start their work by visiting Office.com.…

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Introducing Microsoft 365 freelance toolkit—a solution to launch and scale your freelance workforce

With increasing participation in the gig economy—the contingent labor market made up of independent workers who contract for short-term engagements—enterprises are beginning to test and include freelance talent to support projects. According to the Future Workforce Report, 47 percent of hiring managers at enterprise organizations utilized freelancers (up from 44 percent the prior year), while…

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Take your Microsoft 365 investments further with SharePoint customizations

Thanks to the work of thousands of developers around the world who use SharePoint Framework to deliver deep customizations and new application types, millions of SharePoint users now experience modern team and communication sites tailored with SharePoint Framework. Use of extensions created with SharePoint Framework continues to grow rapidly and is on pace to keep…

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New to Microsoft 365 in October—tools to create impactful content and help transition to the cloud

This month, we released new features in Microsoft 365 that help teams enhance the look and feel of their content with ease, plus new tools and resources to help you transition to the cloud. Here’s a look at what’s new in October. Create content that stands out We’re excited to introduce new capabilities that help…

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Microsoft 365 is the smartest place to store your content

In the modern workplace, rising expectations to innovate and improve productivity are putting pressure on employees to do more in less time. The world’s most successful organizations are addressing this by adopting new ways of working that leverage Microsoft 365 with OneDrive for Business and SharePoint to manage and collaborate on content. Today, we are…