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Reimagining how NBA fans and teams experience the game of basketball with Together mode in Microsoft Teams

How Together mode in Microsoft Teams is bringing fans back to the NBA arena.

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Take your communications to the next level with new offerings in Microsoft Teams

In recent months, the shift to remote and hybrid work has catalyzed organizations of all sizes, and across every industry, to rethink how their people and teams communicate and collaborate.

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Now available: Microsoft Family Safety app—helping you protect what matters most

Today, we are excited to announce that the Microsoft Family Safety app, designed to help you protect your family’s digital and physical safety, is available to download on iOS and Android.

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Great meeting room experiences: Meet the new Microsoft Teams Rooms Standard and Premium

Learn about new Microsoft Teams device management options designed to help organizations continue to connect in a rapidly changing world.

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New integrations with Microsoft 365 bring productivity to Samsung devices

Microsoft and Samsung shares the latest innovations in the long-term partnership announced last year.

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Why I think it’s time to revisit the idea of a “Modern Browser”

From privacy to manageability, these are the five areas you have to rigorously examine when evaluating the browser you want your organization to use for accessing corporate apps and data.

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From new experiences in Microsoft Teams to better data protection—here’s what’s new in Microsoft 365 in July

At Inspire this week, we’re announcing new features to streamline workflows right within Teams, ensure great meeting experiences, protect data, and more.

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Get more control of your day with Microsoft 365

The last few months increased the challenges of managing time across work and personal lives. See how Microsoft 365 can help people feel organized by saving time, protecting their personal time, and planning their calendars for a balanced day.

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Reimagining virtual collaboration for the future of work and learning

Today we’re announcing a set of new features in Microsoft Teams that make virtual interactions more natural, more engaging, and ultimately, more human.

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The future of work—the good, the challenging & the unknown

How a sudden and global shift to remote work may have a lasting impact on work.

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Introducing new OneDrive features to share and collaborate across work and life

The OneDrive team is excited to announce new features that bring a more connected and flexible files experience to business users and more control to admins across Microsoft 365 along with a more personal touch to everyone at home.

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Improve collaboration and work fluidly across apps—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in June

This month, we’re announcing updates to improve collaboration, knowledge sharing, and security, along with features hitting public preview or general availability.

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Introducing new features in Microsoft Teams to connect you with friends and family—now available in mobile preview

Today, new features designed for your personal life begin to roll out in preview to the Microsoft Teams mobile app.