My blog about Microsoft 365 and Microsoft in Education.
Latest updates from Office 365 Education – September 2017
All the latest news from Microsoft Education and the Ignite Conference
What a week it has been for the education team and Office 365 with way to many announcements for us to get into in this post.
The Microsoft Education team announced Microsoft 365 Education along with some licensing changes from the 1st October, some of these are in your Office 365 platform already. The Office 365 Education license now becomes the Office 365 A1 license and you will soon be able to change your license agreement to match Microsoft’s vision of Cloud-First, Mobile-First.
This week also saw Microsoft host the Ignite conference with a large number of announcements, changes and improvements to all their products including Office 365, Azure, SQL and the future release of the Office 2019 productivity stack.
Below I have put some links we feel should help you to understand the changes so you too can be ready to support your end users.
Microsoft 365 Education is the new licensing model for your next renewal. Learn more about it from the Microsoft website….click here
Skype for Business will soon become Microsoft Teams. Microsoft announced their road map to merge the two products into one with external access and telephony…click here
In the next few weeks we will start to see a new Office 365 App Launcher, also known as the “waffle”. You will now you will see applications you use more often with an All Apps button for the rest. Read more about the changes on the Office Blog…click here
We’ve counted 18 announcements for OneDrive just in this link! Take a read to know how you can get more out of the cloud storage feature…click here
New SharePoint Hub sites to pull news from all your SharePoint sites that you have in SharePoint Online including your Microsoft Teams and Office 365 Groups…click here