Newsletter – Episode 78

Episode 78 – October 4, 2016

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cool pic Office 365 news in September at Ignite—intelligence, security and collaboration

Major announcements about Office 365 at Ignite.

cool pic Better Together: SharePoint and Microsoft Graph API Beta now available!

SharePoint is home to many of the critical documents, items, and sites for organizations of all sizes. Growing Microsoft Graph API set is designed to make working with data, hosted across Microsoft products, as easy as possible. In this light, it’s natural that combining these two capabilities together would create something amazing.

cool pic New SharePoint CSOM version released for SharePoint Online – September 2016

New SharePoint Client Side Object Model (CSOM) version targeted for the Office 365 or more specifically for SharePoint and Project Online is available now. This release again contains few updates on the existing SharePoint CSOM assemblies and some maintenance changes.

cool pic Yammer strengthens team collaboration through integration with Office 365 Groups

Microsoft announces Yammer integration with Office 365 Groups, bringing together the power of open collaboration with the productivity tools millions rely on every day.

cool pic Microsoft is killing Yammer Enterprise plan in January 2017, will start integrating Office 365 Groups first

Microsoft provided new information about how it will be integrating Office 365 Groups into its Yammer enterprise-focused social network. The Yammer Enterprise service tier will be going away on January 1, 2017. But Yammer itself will remain available, and there are many levels of integration with the Office 365 services.

cool pic Introducing the new Office 365 App Launcher

Microsoft has announced a new version of the Office 365 App Launcher, which will provide improved discoverability to new and recently used apps, additional customization options and search across all the services and applications in the Microsoft Cloud.

cool pic Introducing Microsoft StaffHub

Microsoft StaffHub is a cloud-based shift management tool designed for employees whose job requires them to be on their feet or on the go.

cool pic Enhanced conditional access controls, encryption controls and site classification in SharePoint and OneDrive

Microsoft is announcing the next wave of innovations that give you more control over your company’s valuable information and intellectual property.

videos & presentations

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Microsoft Ignite 2016 sessions

Browse through a list of all Microsoft Ignite 2016 sessions.

blogs & tutorials

Office 365 news roundup

Learn what’s new with Office 365 and how these improvements can benefit you and your business. Then, take a few minutes to check more news about Office 365.

Applying intelligence to security and compliance in Office 365

Given the explosive growth in data production, IT is tasked with securing a volume of corporate data that is growing exponentially. To stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape, companies need the ability to analyze and learn from that data in order to identify, intercept and respond to threats. Office 365 provides unmatched security intelligence to help customers protect, detect and respond to threats.

Connecting a Slack Channel to an Office 365 Group

This step by step guide shows how to get Slack activity within the Office 365 group.

Microsoft Ignite 2016 – Summary of key announcements for Office 365, SharePoint and Azure from Day 1

Tobias Zimmergren shares his notes of main announcements from the first day of Ignite 2016.

People who worked on this episode

Have a great week!

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Best regards,
Belarus SharePoint Community,
Newsletter Founders.

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