The more Who, What, When Where, Why, How and other questions about Microsoft Office 365 appear the more articles covering the issues go to the web. We just look through these posts, select the top ones and publish our weekly digests for you to have the main stories at a glance.
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What’s new in Microsoft’s Office 365?
Microsoft is now unveiling the new features it is adding to Office 365 for all kinds of customers. The team has found a way to keep administrators and customers up-to-date about new features being added to Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Lync Online. There’s now a public Office 365 release wiki that the Softies are updating monthly with information about the new functionality in both the E (enterprise) and P (small business) offerings. Learn more on ZDNet.
Office 365: Win a 25 seat, 12 mth license
The Register and Microsoft have teamed up to offer one Reg reader a free one year, 25 user licence with additional free support from Perspicuity! Head over this page and follow the instructions. Good luck!
Microsoft automates Office 365 installs
Microsoft has updated their automated software development tools to the new Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT) 2012, and added the ability to automate Office 365 deployments.
Connect your iPhone to Microsoft Office 365
Office 365, the cloud-based collaboration platform from Microsoft, can actually be iPhone-friendly. Will Kelly shows you how to connect your iPhone to Office 365.
Can’t login to my Office365 account
See what it means when you log in and get a message: “Access denied – The user ID that you entered is not recognized. If this is a new account, it may take a few hours before you have access to services. Sign out”
Office 365 Helper Scripts
The package includes a number of helper scripts created during Office 365 deployments. The following pages describe the script, the intended action and associated arguments to successfully run it. The assumption is that the user executing these scripts has administrator-level Office 365 credentials.
Make document review faster and easier
Sending documents out for review can be really time-consuming. This is especially true if you use the email method: attach the document to an email, send it out to reviewers, manually merge multiple pieces of feedback, and then track down all those who haven’t responded. Still it’s a fact of working routine. Make document review easier and more efficient with the right tools and methods.
Customer doesn’t have Lync Online? No problem
If your customers or business contacts don’t have Microsoft Lync Online they can take part in meetings by using Microsoft Lync Online Attendee, which is available to anyone as a free download.
Lync Online Attendee provides communication and collaboration tools like multiparty Instant Messenger, computer audio and video, desktop and program sharing, file sharing, whiteboard, polling, and slide presentation.
Holding Online Meetings with Office 365
Dynamic Information Solutions’ Mark Eytcheson shares one of his favorite features of Office 365 – the ability to hold simple and easy Online Meetings.
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