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Flexible work is here to stay: Microsoft 365 solutions for the hybrid work world

Flexible work is here to stay: Microsoft 365 solutions for the hybrid work world

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Hybrid work is here. Are you ready?

Hybrid work is here. Are you ready?

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Microsoft Viva: Empowering every employee for the new digital age

Microsoft Viva: Empowering every employee for the new digital age

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From breakout rooms in Microsoft Teams to AI in To Do—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in January

From breakout rooms in Microsoft Teams to AI in To Do—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in January

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Restore and maintain personal connections with new Microsoft Teams Calling features

Restore and maintain personal connections with new Microsoft Teams Calling features

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

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

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Making it easier to stay caught up with Cortana in Microsoft 365

With recent events leading to the world’s largest work-from-home shift, we could all use some assistance to stay caught up with work while juggling personal responsibilities. We’re featuring updates available starting today with Cortana, your personal productivity assistant in Microsoft 365, to make it easier to get time back on your busy schedule and focus…

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From Microsoft Teams to Fluid Framework—here’s what’s new and coming soon to Microsoft 365

It’s opening day for Build, and the first time we’re holding our annual developer conference entirely online. In this era of remote everything, technology is enabling us to keep providing experiences like Build even though we can’t meet in person. As CEO Satya Nadella put it recently, “We’ve seen two years’ of digital transformation in…

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Improve virtual meetings and bring consultations online—here’s what’s new to Microsoft 365 in March

What a month it’s been. In just a few weeks, the way we work and live has changed. Our customers’ needs have never been clearer, or more urgent, than they are right now. And our top priority is to help you meet those needs by building the tools that help you enable your employees to…

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Microsoft Teams at 3: Everything you need to connect with your teammates and be more productive

This week marks the third anniversary of Microsoft Teams. It’s been an incredible three years, and I’m inspired to see the way organizations across the globe are using Teams to transform the way they work. Today, I’m going to share some new Teams capabilities across a few different aspects of the Teams experience, many with…

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2 weeks in: what we’ve learned about remote work

In the two weeks since our team here in the Puget Sound moved to remote work, the fight against COVID-19 has intensified. Many people in countries across the world are simply staying home. And with schools, churches, businesses, and offices closed, we are discovering what it’s really like to be home with our families at…

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Helping small and medium-sized businesses work remotely with Teams

This week in the Puget Sound region, we hit another difficult milestone related to COVID-19. As local cases continued to mount, our government told many in-person businesses to remain temporarily shut until the outbreak is contained. And governments across the country and around the world have taken similar measures. Small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs), already…