We take a look at the new tools and controls in Microsoft 365 - including Office 365 - to prepare for GDPR. Gagan Gulati from Microsoft's information protection engineering team goes hands-on with the new Compliance Manager to help you assess and manage your GDPR preparation for files stored in Office 365, file servers and SharePoint on-premises. We also highlight how the new capabilities in Microsoft's information protection tools extend beyond Microsoft platforms, locations and file types with a preview of Adobe Reader.
For more information, visit www.microsoft.com/gdpr
Gabe Long, Senior Product Manager for Office 365, offers a demo-rich overview of the new Microsoft 365 Business which gives small business owners a single solution comprising the productivity and collaboration capabilities of Office; plus built-in data protection and an easy way to manage users, devices and data, all within a single admin console.
Microsoft 365 Director, Jeremy Chapman, shows you Microsoft's approach to security with Microsoft 365. Learn about the spectrum of built-in security defenses that protect your users, information, and devices. This rich capability set spans Windows 10, Office 365, enterprise mobility and security while leveraging a number of services within Microsoft Azure. To go even deeper, check out the link: aka.ms/m365workshops/security
Microsoft 365 Director, Jeremy Chapman, covers the teamwork essentials to Microsoft 365. Starting with tools built for teamwork using apps designed for easy file sharing and co-authoring experiences. As well as tools to make your team's work broadly discoverable by your intranet while engaging with other teams
across the organization via Enterprise Social. All connected with a shared foundation of built-in security and compliance controls, discovery and intelligence via the Microsoft Graph, and Office 365 Groups with an Azure Active Directory. To go even deeper, check out the link: aka.ms/m365workshops/teamwork
The core things to know about when deploying and managing
Microsoft 365 powered devices. Microsoft 365 Director, Jeremy Chapman, takes you through the IT aspects of planning, building, deploying, and operating the technologies that comprise Microsoft 365 power devices. To go even deeper, check out the link: aka.ms/m365workshops/deployment
LinkedIn integrations in Office 365, bring you rich, contextual insights and intelligent services that harness the knowledge and the power of your professional network. In this demo, Tom Batcheler explains how the LinkedIn integrates with the people card experience in Office 365 to easily find and connect with people on LinkedIn without leaving the context of your work. In Microsoft Word, we can leverage the intelligence of LinkedIn to make authoring your resume and finding your next job easier. Resume Assistant will find you the best work experience descriptions to help you author your resume, plus top skills for your desired role and even help with your search for your next job. Finally, within Office, you'll get instant access to over 200+ how-to videos available on LinkedIn learning corresponding to common Office help questions.
Join Microsoft CVP, Brad Anderson, to take a look at deploying and managing Microsoft 365 powered devices. We'll show you new capabilities that make it possible to automatically provision new devices using Windows Autopilot and deliver apps including Office 365 ProPlus and Win32 line of business apps. Learn about integrated, modern management experiences to plan Windows 10 deployments at scale and to help stay compliant and up-to-date.
Microsoft Ignite Session: THR2245
Join Microsoft CVP Jeff Teper to take a look at recent and coming updates to SharePoint and OneDrive, and how they power collaboration experiences across Office 365.
Microsoft Ignite Session: THR2121
Product Manager for Office 365/MyAnalaytics, Peter Bergen, walks through updates to MyAnalytics, which is expanding by adding new visualizations and tips on how to be more productive. If you are not familiar with MyAnalytics, it is an Office 365 application that helps you understand how you spend your time at work with suggestions on how you can improve.
See the capabilities of Multi-Geo in Office 365 which allows you to determine, where your data resides within a single Office 365 tenant across multiple regions and countries. Presented by Principal Program Manager for SharePoint & OneDrive, Sesha Mani.
On this show, Roy King, Sr. Product Manager for Office 365 Security takes us through General Data Protection Regulation and how Microsoft 365 can help with your compliance journey. If your organization is in the European Union or you have customers or employees in the EU, this regulation applies to you.
We'll walk you through service level controls that make Microsoft a trusted platform. How regulation control sets have been mapped to Microsoft cloud capabilities. And we'll make the IT experience real with the things that you can configure as an admin.
A first look at the improvements Microsoft has made to bring you a more personalized experience on Office.com and in the Office 365 app launcher.
Katie Kivett, Principle Program Manager for Office 365, will show you the updates for sign-in and how to quickly get started with apps, documents, and sites that are most relevant to you. You'll see how easy it is to open and switch between web apps. You'll also learn how to get valuable information, for the apps you already have, using the new Office 365 gallery.
Explore the streamline update model between Office and Windows 10. See the upcoming changes to Office 365 system requirements so that your Office desktop apps can benefit from the latest Office 365 capabilities. Also, take a look at the improvements that we're making to make it simpler to deploy and update Office 365 ProPlus on Windows 10.
A look at the recent updates to Microsoft Planner including the updated look and feel, as well as faster web interface, deeper integration with Office 365 app experiences such as Microsoft Teams, assigning multiple users to a task, new ways to access your plans on
the go via mobile and how you can automate your plans with Microsoft Flow.
A look at Workplace Analytics, a tool that uses the power of Office 365 to provide rich actionable insights into how your organization spends its time. Workplace Analytics shows ways that people network internally and externally and the effectiveness of collaboration across teams. We'll also share how it works, including how you can correlate Workplace Analytics data with other business information to generate powerful models and best practices to drive positive business outcomes.
Group program manager, Vishal Sood, takes you on a tour of Microsoft Stream, a new enterprise video service built on Microsoft Azure that gives you a dynamic and secure video engagement platform for your organization. Vishal shows you how to get started with the upload experience. From there you can leverage integrated video streaming within Office 365 experiences, as well as unique intelligence capabilities that deliver speech-to-text and face detection as you search for specific content in the video. Finally, stay to the end to learn how Microsoft Stream works as well as the governance model behind it.
Explore the security across your email and endpoints with the unified ATP (Advanced Threat Protection) experience across Office and Windows. See the spectrum of defense's across known and unknown attacks, including the filters in place to stop known threats in real-time, near real-time threat removal ahead of broad impact, and the discovery investigation containment and response to advanced threats that make it through all prior defenses.
The latest on reporting insights available for Office 365 Admins, starting with the new Adoption content pack that allows you to track user adoption of Office 365 services.
You can track Licensed versus Active users of the service, apps that are used most for communication and usage trends for collaboration services such as OneDrive and SharePoint.
Also, you'll see updates to the Office 365 Service health dashboard to help you to stay on top of incidents.
When we launched SharePoint Server 2016 in May of 2016, we shared a vision of a server that was cloud-born and future-proof. Join Bill Baer for an overview of updates to SharePoint Server 2016 and advances for co-existing with Office 365 services. Learn about your options for integrating SharePoint 2016 with the online services that make sense for your needs and get an overview of new capabilities delivered with SharePoint Server 2016 and Feature Pack 1 including: Hybrid Auditing and Admin Action Logging; custom tiles for the App Launcher and the OneDrive modern user experience. Keep watching, as Bill demonstrates what's coming with Feature Pack 2 with the availability of SharePoint Framework for on-premises development.
SharePoint has always been at the heart of collaboration. With our vision of the mobile and intelligent intranet, we are now expanding the tools to deliver an out of the box experience for broad, internal communications. Join SharePoint engineers Andy Haon and Alyssa Danesh for a demo-rich overview of SharePoint communication sites, which provide a new way for you to publish your content, reach a broad audience and further power your organization's Intranet. Watch as they show you how to: create a fast, beautiful Intranet communication site that works across devices; use new, out-of-the box site designs to quickly get started, and incorporate your own look and feel; easily author pages that use SharePoint web parts to add rich capabilities and pull in data from other services; interact with your readers, and get usage information on how your site and content is doing.
With Office 365, we are making it faster and easier for you to create groups for teamwork. As the groups that you work with expand, in SharePoint we’re streamlining your collaboration experience across multiple teams. Join lead engineer Jeremy Mazner, to learn about new personalized, focused experiences across your SharePoint team sites including: Intelligent notifications and organization in our mobile apps; amplifying your SharePoint news posts with deeper integration with Microsoft Teams; personalizing your team home page and site, and using common organizational standards.
With SharePoint core to your business, we are making integration with your business processes much easier. Join lead engineer, Kerem Yuceturk to see what’s next for building zero code business apps for SharePoint through deeper integration with Microsoft PowerApps, Flow and Power BI. Watch as Kerem demonstrates: upcoming advances that allow you to create beautiful pages that weave together apps, workflows and Power BI visualizations across your devices; build custom forms that integrate with your data and go beyond what was possible with InfoPath; and lastly new ways to integrate your content with business processes and connect them to other services using Microsoft Flow.
With OneDrive for Business, we've set out to bring you a robust and scalable service to securely store, share, view and access your content in Office 365, from anywhere and on any device. Join lead engineer, Eugene Lin, as he demonstrates important new enhancements including: the simplified experience for sharing files and folders in OneDrive; new options to monitor and control who has access to your content; and for admins, controls to keep your data safe while keeping your users productive. Keep watching too, as he demonstrates the OneDrive experience in Windows 10, with the new OneDrive "Files On Demand" capability that allows you to see all your cloud files without needing to download them
The SharePoint Framework lets you create engaging SharePoint Pages by building modern web parts using open frameworks and your preferred tools, such as React, Sass, Gulp and more. Join Mike Ammerlaan for a demo-rich overview of updates to the SharePoint Framework with the introduction of new SharePoint Framework Extensions that give you richer customization options, including: site banners, to support site metadata and notification scenarios for your SharePoint Team sites and adding actions and custom fields within SharePoint Lists. Keep watching too as he demonstrates how you can harness Microsoft Flow along with your custom business logic to automate business processes; incorporate Office 365 data and activities using the Microsoft Graph API and finally, compose more sophisticated user experiences using connected Web Parts.
For SharePoint and OneDrive Admins, we’re continuing to modernize the experience, in addition to expanding security and compliance controls. Join lead engineer Navjot Virk, for a demo-rich overview of the redesigned SharePoint Admin Center that brings all the information that you need in one place while making tasks like site management much easier; and new conditional access security controls that allow you to manage user session lengths on unmanaged devices. Keep watching too for the latest compliance updates including: multi-geo capabilities for OneDrive for Business that allow you to store your data in different regions or countries and apply differentiated policies; and Service-level encryption, which gives you ultimate control over your data with the use of your own encryption keys.