From intelligent tools built on inclusivity to the latest in Windows—here’s what’s new in Microsoft 365
This month, we’re adding new capabilities to make everyone more comfortable in meetings, feel empowered in the diverse hybrid workplace, and be able to switch devices more easily.
As the shift to hybrid work becomes a reality, it is clear that the workplace today is different than it was two years ago. Employees' expectations continue to evolve as they reconsider their "worth it" equation.
Five years ago, we embarked on an exciting journey with Microsoft Teams, building a hub for collaboration and teamwork. Video meetings were not the workplace norm, but it was clear from the beginning that the combination of async and sync collaboration in a single product presented a unique opportunity to reimagine how we work, learn, and connect with others.
This month, we’re bringing new capabilities to help empower the frontline workforce, make content more accessible across Microsoft 365, and more.
Frontline workers have enough to deal with during the pandemic. Microsoft’s unique approach is designed to make their lives easier.
Perhaps no one has been hit harder over the past 20 months than small businesses. To adapt and thrive in this new normal, small businesses need comprehensive solutions that are designed specifically for them and their unique needs.
Microsoft Office is changing with the times. That is why we are reimagining Office, adding new apps to respond to new opportunities, and making Office a universal, interactive canvas for creators of all kinds.
Earlier this year, we began the journey of building the first employee experience platform (EXP) for the digital era with Microsoft Viva. Our vision was to foster a culture of human connection, purpose, growth, wellbeing, and results
In the past 20 months, we’ve witnessed an explosive growth of virtual interactions, with people collaborating more—both inside and outside their organizations, with greater frequency and across more applications than ever before. The question facing us now is, how can we shift from merely adapting to thriving with hybrid work?
Updated on August 2, 2021: Windows 365 is now generally available to businesses of all sizes. Learn more about Windows 365 and experience it today. As some regions begin to make their way out of the challenges and disruption of the past 18 months, we’re seeing a new world of work emerge. Organizations everywhere have…
What a month it’s been. In just a few weeks, the way we work and live has changed. Here’s a look at what’s new to Microsoft 365 in March.
Microsoft again recognized as a Leader in the 2019 Gartner Content Services Platforms Magic Quadrant Report
Today, we are honored that for the third year in a row Gartner has recognized Microsoft as a Leader in the Content Services Platforms Magic Quadrant for 2019. Once again, Microsoft placed highest in Ability to Execute.
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.
Today at the SharePoint Conference, we showcased recent and upcoming innovations in SharePoint and across Microsoft 365 that power the intelligent workplace.
This National Small Business Week, we’re celebrating small businesses who are using Microsoft 365 to grow, compete, and offer a great customer experience—collaboratively and securely.
This month, we released new features in Microsoft 365 to help you boost teamwork, save time, and streamline your IT management.
In this era of digital transformation, manufacturers must reimagine the roles, skills, and tools to transform how they work. To help manufacturers with their digital transformation, we’re enabling new ways to work with Microsoft 365 for Firstline Workers to learn, communicate, and collaborate more effectively.
New integrations with Autodesk—an innovator in the CAD industry—allow you to connect AutoCAD and its drafting tools to DWG files stored in Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint.
Microsoft recognized as a Leader in the Gartner 2018 Enterprise Information Archiving Magic Quadrant
Gartner recently published their analysis of the Enterprise Information Archiving (EIA) market, the Magic Quadrant for Enterprise Information Archiving Tools, and Microsoft has been recognized as a Leader in the Magic Quadrant.
We are releasing a new app called Office—a way to help users get started with Office, find what they need, and jump into their work quickly.
Microsoft 365 freelance toolkit is a curated set of tools, templates, and best practices to help our customers launch, execute, and manage freelance programs at scale.
The SharePoint Framework, now used by millions of users monthly, supports new tools developers can use to tailor experiences across Microsoft 365.