From Windows 365 to Q&A in Microsoft Teams meetings—here’s what’s new in Microsoft 365
This month, we’re announcing the general availability of Windows 365 along with new capabilities across Teams, Yammer, Office, and more.
When we look to the future of work, it’s clear it will be built on and powered by the cloud. Microsoft is leading innovations that enable our customers to empower their people to work more collaboratively, effectively, and securely.
The shift to remote work over the last 18 months is one of the most significant changes in work culture since the Industrial Revolution. To understand how this change is impacting our customers and Microsoft employees, we’ve been conducting regular research and internal surveys. As reported in our recent Work Trend Index, survey data shows…
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…
If the past year has taught us anything, it’s that organizations must be resilient, and technology has been more critical to that resilience than ever before. The global pandemic accelerated digital transformation in ways never before imagined, and we are honored and humbled that so many of you chose Windows as the platform for that transformation.…
From collaborative apps in Microsoft Teams to Windows 365—here’s what’s new in Microsoft 365 at Inspire
Announcing new hybrid-work innovations to the Microsoft cloud—the cloud built for a new world of work.
It’s that time of the week again: #ThrowbackThursday. The day we reflect on old pictures, funny GIFs, and the nostalgic moments that have defined us over the years.
We believe the future of work is hybrid and that the leaders of tomorrow will be the ones that empower their people to collaborate and be productive from anywhere, at any time. Earlier this month, we shared several new innovations to Microsoft Teams Rooms, Fluid, and Microsoft Viva designed to help people connect, engage, and…
The future of work is collaboration without compromise—wherever, whenever.
Even before COVID-19 turned our lives upside down, a new generation of digital tools was opening up new possibilities for the future of work. What we didn’t expect was that this future would arrive almost overnight last March, as millions of businesses around the world responded to the pandemic by moving to remote and hybrid…
We’ll continue to innovate across the Microsoft 365 experience, so our customers always have the best tools to navigate an increasingly distributed and fast-paced world.
Use the power of cloud intelligence to simplify and accelerate IT and the move to a modern workplace
The modern workplace—delivered through Microsoft 365—empowers you to achieve more across all devices, while providing the required security and protection of your organization’s assets.
Desktop Analytics—the cloud-connected service that helps IT professionals take a data-driven approach to Windows endpoint management—is now generally available.
People are at the heart of any business. Employees need great software tools to do their best work. And IT pros need the best management and security solutions. Today, we’re announcing several new Microsoft 365 enhancements to help IT reduce costs, increase security, and boost employee productivity.
With Windows 7 End of Support one year away (and Office 2010 not far behind), there’s never been a better time to shift to a modern desktop with Microsoft 365.
Today, we are pleased to make three announcements that help you make the shift to a modern desktop.
This month, we introduced new features and updates in Microsoft 365 that help teams streamline management of tasks, make it easier for IT admins to manage Windows 10 devices, and empower small to medium-sized businesses to grow.
Update 1807 for the Technical Preview Branch of System Center Configuration Manager is now available.
Earlier today, Gartner published their analysis of the Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) market, the Magic Quadrant for Unified Endpoint Management (UEM) Tools.
As I meet with customers navigating their digital transformation, I often hear that IT teams (and their leaders) struggle with how to scale their infrastructure or apps, not just in the cloud but also in terms of what the cloud will demand from them during this process.
Everyone (and I mean everyone) on the Microsoft 365 team has been pursuing some very ambitious goals in the ten months since we launched.