Keeping up to date with Office 365 News

The following article was written by Irol Melisa Pinto who is a Technical Advisor for Exchange Online Protection in Microsoft.   Hello folks! In this article my main focus is to show how we can leverage RSS (Rich Site Summary / Really Simple Syndication) feeds to help keep us updated. There is no shortage of…

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Scheduling Mail Reports in Office 365

Obtaining reports in the past was a manual task which had to be performed every time you wanted to pull data. Many of you (most of you?) have asked us to allow for automated reporting in Office 365. Did you catch how I used the words, “in the past,” in the first sentence? Well, I’m…

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Exchange Online Advanced Threat Protection – now available

Just a quick note in what will probably be my shortest blog post ever. Advanced threat Protection, a new filtering service that complements Exchange Online Protection, is now available for purchase. This service adds new features to EOP to help detect and defend against advanced types of threats. More information about this new service can…

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In case you missed it – April 2015 edition

There was a lot of Exchange Online / EOP and Office 365 news in April and I wanted to pull them all together in one place, here! The stories range from product updates all the way to announcing new services. I have placed the articles that directly relate to Exchange Online towards the top of…

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Office 365 for Business Public Road Map & First Release Program

Yesterday we released details on two very exciting items, the Office 365 for business public roadmap and the First Release Program. On a personal side, I am very excited about both of these items because first, I’m a big advocate of transparency and second, updates always excite me and I love being on the cutting…

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