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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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OneDrive and Office deliver unique capabilities to do more with others

Today we’re excited to announce three big updates to OneDrive and Office that make it even easier to work with other people, wherever you are.

Take back control of your shared work files

We’re constantly tweaking and simplifying the browser experience for OneDrive for Business to make it clearer, easier and faster to create, manage and share your important work files.

New IT management controls added to OneDrive for Business

The OneDrive for Business team has been working to deliver the most commonly requested controls by Office 365 admins. Today, we’ll highlight new management options you have to protect and control the flow of your information using OneDrive for Business.

Office for Android phone has arrived

Today the Office team announced general availability of the new Word, Excel, and PowerPoint apps for Android phone. With these apps you can access documents saved to your OneDrive and make edits on the go such as adding comments or tracking changes, right from your Android phone. To learn more about the apps, check out…

Delivering a more beautiful OneDrive

It’s been an exciting – and busy – few months here on the OneDrive Team. We’ve been rolling out lots of important design updates to folks using our Android, Windows Phone, and iOS apps. The first major design update came earlier this year on the Windows Phone app. And if you’re an Android OneDrive user,…

New updates to the OneDrive Android and Windows Phone apps

This afternoon, updates began rolling out to our Android and Windows Phone users. We’re introducing new functionality that supports Android Wear and Cortana search integration on each respective platform.

OneDrive for Business introduces new data loss prevention capabilities for sync

The ability to take OneDrive for Business files offline, apply changes and then sync those changes back is fundamental to helping people manage their files effectively across devices. For the user experience around sync we’re doing a lot of work with our new unified sync client that will bring new capabilities such as selective sync.

Store your important email attachments on OneDrive for Business

Last year we introduced new simple ways to share files through email in the Outlook Web App (OWA). This makes it really easy to share a file from your OneDrive for Business with one or more others simply by composing an email in OWA and “attaching” a link to the file(s) you want to share.

OneDrive burns brightly at Microsoft Ignite

We’ve had an incredible week here in Chicago! There have been so many cool innovation announcements from all over the company. OneDrive is benefiting from many of these broader Microsoft investments but we’ve also spent this week outlining more details of the features we’re delivering directly in OneDrive during the remainder of 2015. I wanted…

Introducing the Customer Success Blog

We are excited to announce the launch of our Customer Success Blog! We’ve been using the OneDrive Blog to keep users up-to-date on our latest product updates, and created the Customer Success Blog as another way to keep our customers in the loop. We’ll be using it to post perennial content like best practices, tips and…

Preview the OneDrive API for Work and Life

A few months ago I was excited to announce a new API that enabled developers to build apps that connect with OneDrive. Over the last few months we’ve heard lots of great feedback about our new API, but consistently heard one big thing was missing: using the OneDrive API with OneDrive for Business.

New Data Loss Prevention capabilities coming to OneDrive for Business soon

Today we announced the upcoming availability of new DLP capabilities for OneDrive for Business. Initially we are focusing on “people-centric compliance”, i.e. recognizing that most people in your organization have no intent to maliciously use sensitive data but there’s always that “oops moment” when they inadvertently do the wrong thing. With the DLP capabilities coming…