Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday everyone, hope everyone is doing well.
Welcome to today’s Microsoft 365 update, see below for a list of what I see as key announcements, and scroll down further to review the latest Microsoft 365 updates from the previous week.
Microsoft Secure Score is to be updated based on feedback received from customers. The changes, to be rolled out on the 16th March, provide a more accurate representation of an organisations security posture.
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday everyone, and welcome to March!
SharePoint will see the addition of multilingual publishing for modern SharePoint communications sites. The feature enables inclusiveness by enabling organisations to easily enable translation of SharePoint modern pages. This feature is expected to be rolled out to Microsoft 365 customers by end of March 2020. Note that this will not be available for tenants within China hosted by 21Vianet.
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday, everyone. Microsoft have announced more updates, several of which are major and may have implications for many organisations.
Microsoft is retiring basic authentication. Whilst the expected implementation time is later in the year, 13 October 2020, those still using basic authentication for Exchange Online connectivity, including EWS, EAS, IMAP, POP, and RPS, should begin planning to move away from basic authentication to OAuth 2.
Key Updates and Announcements Key Updates and Announcements Happy Friday, everyone. The new Office app for iOS and Android is now generally available from the Apple App Store and Google Play. The new application removes the need to have multiple office applications and combines them into a single application. The new app consolidates Word, Excel, and PowerPoint, making it a single place to create, modify, and search for documents.
The new app includes several features included to simplify how people complete daily tasks, including:
Key Updates and Announcements Happy Saturday! A day late this week due to Ignite the tour located in Sydney. Better late than never!
Several updates this week affecting security, and additional features. Here’s a quick overview of a few of the updates which I’ve taken an interest with:
Feature Update: Tasks powered by To-Do generally available: In recent months, Microsoft have begun consolidating how people access and review their own tasks, tasks relating to planner, flagged emails, etc.