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From new apps in Microsoft Teams meetings to Endpoint DLP—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in November

This month, we’re thrilled to announce that many of your top requested features – like background noise suppression in meetings – are coming to Teams and other Microsoft 365 services.

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How Microsoft collaborated with the NFL to bring the 2020 NFL Draft to life

As part of a deep technology partnership with the NFL, Microsoft collaborated with the league to help bring the first-ever virtual NFL Draft to life.

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2 years of digital transformation in 2 months

Microsoft Teams is playing a major role to keep the world working in the era of COVID-19. Teams now has more than 75 million daily active users and more than 200 million Microsoft Teams meeting participants in a single day, generating more than 4.1 billion meeting minutes.

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New tools to help IT empower employees securely in a remote work world​

Today we’re happy to announce several improvements to Windows Virtual Desktop, Microsoft Endpoint Manager, Azure Active Directory, and Productivity Score.

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Enable remote work faster with new Windows Virtual Desktop capabilities

Today we’re excited to announce the release of several new Windows Virtual Desktop capabilities, including improved management and deployment tools, security and compliance enhancements, an upgraded Microsoft Teams user experience, and expanded support for cross-platform operating systems.

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Get Yammer in Teams and new features in Microsoft Edge—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in April

In this world of remote everything, our customers are discovering so many new ways to work and learn online. We’re committed to shipping updates and improvements to our tools that help you stay connected, productive, and secure through the current crisis and beyond.

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Update #3 on our commitment to customers and Microsoft cloud services continuity

Here is a post that shares insights into the work we have done to support business continuity for organizations, businesses, and the people within them.

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How remote work impacts collaboration: findings from our team

Shorter meetings. Scheduled social time. So many instant messages. We dug into the data to see how remote work is changing the way we collaborate.

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Learning from our customers in Japan

Here’s how some of Microsoft Japan’s customers are adjusting to this new normal.

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Microsoft 365 helps you and your family connect, work, and learn from home

Microsoft 365 Personal and Family subscriptions are now generally available, including robust features for Skype, Office, PowerPoint, Excel, and more.

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Connect people across the entire organization through communities in Microsoft Teams

Announcing a fully interactive Yammer app called “Communities” that brings your communities and conversations directly into Microsoft Teams.

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How nearly 2,000 Microsoft Store employees pivoted to remote work

With retail locations closed, this customer-obsessed team continues to make an impact.

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Key findings about remote work: lessons from our colleagues in China

We looked back to see what data could teach us from China.