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Thursday June 30

10:28
Programmatically Figuring Out When VPPTokens Expire...

The JSS has the ability to upload multiple .vpptokens, and using those, you can upload separate tokens for sites and then provide App Store apps to different sites based on each having some autonomy by having their own token. This is a pretty cool feature. And using the GUI, you can see when each token expires. You can also see a list of tokens using the API. To see a full list of all the tokens, we’ll just use a basic curl command here:

curl -s -u myuser:mypassword https://kryptedjamf.jamfcloud.com/JSSResource/vppaccounts

This provides an array of output that has the number of tokens in and the id of each along with their name in and respectively, as follows

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>22test3test2

Once you know the id of a token, you can pull a bunch of information about that token using the...

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09:00
What’s new in Office 365 administration—June update

Additional user management options, enhanced export capabilities and better guidance on next steps are some of the improvements we focused on in June to improve existing features in the new Office 365 admin center. Of course, we all love completely new features, but we want to make sure that the new admin center really makes it easier, faster and more efficient for you to manage Office 365. Based on your feedback, we took a critical look at the existing features to see how we can further improve them to provide you with the best management experience possible.

Here’s a summary of the June updates:

Updates for the new Office 365 admin center

Get tips on how to get started quickly—Most of you use some areas and capabilities of the admin center more heavily than others. The reason is often that admins aren’t fully aware of all the capabilities that the admin center provides or how a specific feature could help you to increase the value of Office...

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09:00
Episode 097 on the Office 365 Connectors and Xamarin...

In this episode, Richard DiZerega and Andrew Coates have an open discussion on Office 365 Connectors and Xamarin development with the Microsoft Graph.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP97_ConnectorsXamarin.mp3

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09:00
The 5 insider secrets to mobile productivity in 2016

Creating a mobile workforce with a high level of supportive technology is one of the best things an organization can do to engage its employees. Specifically, a recent study conducted by the Economist Intelligence Unit showed that companies with high rates of mobile enablement experienced a 16 percent increase in productivity as compared to those with low rates.

That’s because busy professionals are constantly on the go—whether traveling to yet another meeting or juggling work and home lives. But just because employees aren’t in the office tied to their computers doesn’t mean they can’t use their time wisely. It’s not uncommon to have lots of “dead time”—waiting in line for coffee, commuting on the subway, waiting for 15 minutes in the school pick-up line—that could be used differently, if only they had the tools...

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08:08
Securing Patient Data on End User Computing Devices...

The increase in the use and complexity of technological assets in the healthcare sector has been on the rise in the recent past. Healthcare practitioners have moved from recording data manually to keeping Electronic Health Records. This eases the accessibility and the availability of data to the health practitioners. Further, electronically stored data makes it possible for patients to receive high quality and error-free care, improve decision making process because medical history is available and also makes it possible to provide safer and more reliable information for medication. Despite, the numerous advantages that the use of technology in healthcare has, there is also a threat of patients data leakage that lingers around. According to a research by Garrison and Posey (2012), medical identity theft has far more consequences in comparison to the typical identity theft. In average, every medical theft case can cost $20,000, and represents a substantial privacy violation. For...

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Tuesday June 28

09:00
New to Office 365 in June—Microsoft Planner general...

Today’s post was written by Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate vice president for the Office team.

June has been another busy month of updates across our Office apps on Windows, Mac, iOS and Android. We reached new milestones for Microsoft Planner and GigJam. We are also introducing Office 365 Advanced Security Management, new datacenter regions and the next cumulative feature update to Office 2016.

Office inking works on more devices and apps

In January, we added new inking capabilities to Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote on Windows desktops and iPad. This was another step forward in making writing and drawing with your finger, pen or stylus more intuitive and powerful as a primary input in Office apps. This month we expanded...

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09:00
Stay on top of your travel and deliveries with...

Places to go, people to see. Pack your bags.

Travel can be stressful, even when you’re planning to go somewhere for fun. Staying on top of travel plans and package deliveries can become time-consuming and a hassle.

First, Outlook began automatically adding events from your email to your calendar. Now, we have more new experiences to help you stay on top of your travel plans and package deliveries, including the ability to:

  • Verify your travel reservations and package delivery details with ease using simplified summary cards in your inbox and calendar.
  • Check in for flights, change hotel and rental car reservations or track packages at the touch of a button.
  • Stay on top of your flights with reliable reminders.

These features are rolling out to Outlook for Mac and Outlook on the web today...

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08:59
3 new Sway capabilities for Office 365 subscribers

In the 10 months since Sway’s general availability, we’ve seen great interest in our digital storytelling app, with millions of Sways created to date! We’ve seen music companies, design firms and small businesses use Sway for company presentations, client pitches and employee newsletters. We’ve watched teachers use Sway to advance student learning in dynamic and engaging ways in their classrooms. And...

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08:00
Polycom dials up business value using Office 365

Today’s Microsoft Office 365 post was written by Luc Trudel, vice president of IT Infrastructure and Operations at Polycom.

Collaboration lies at the heart of everything we do at Polycom, both in terms of the innovative products we create and the essence of how we work. Our business involves building the best in video, voice and content collaboration and communication technology. So the very nature of our business shows how critical we believe teamwork to be.

We reach across business units and geographical boundaries to make sure that all the products we develop work well together. Sometimes that means collaborating on common foundational aspects such as coding standards or interfaces. Other times we’re coming together to ensure cohesive global marketing and sales. Regardless, we have to keep information flowing among our employees, our contract manufacturers and other supply chain partners so that we deliver integrated products that offer maximum value to...

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05:00
Sell smarter and faster with the new Salesforce...

Modern sales reps rely on two tools above all others—Customer Relational Management (CRM) to manage sales opportunities and email to communicate with contacts. Yet, CRM and email have traditionally been disconnected tools, and sales reps have had to spend valuable time toggling between these apps. Whether it’s manually adding contacts or calendar events from email to CRM or having to move back and forth between email and CRM when looking up and updating a CRM entry based on an email thread, a lot of precious time and effort is spent on these administrative activities.

The new Lightning for Outlook add-in is designed to help reduce this pain by giving you the ability to search, view and update all Salesforce CRM entries associated with your email contacts right from Outlook, increasing productivity and helping you save time, so you can focus on the selling. Using Lightning Sync, you can automatically sync contacts and calendar events from your email to your CRM, so you don’t...

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Monday June 27

09:00
Microsoft Planner hands-on demonstration

Earlier this month, we launched Microsoft Planner, which offers you a simple and visual way to organize teamwork. There are different ways we all get work done and until recently Microsoft has had solutions on two ends of the spectrum. Tools like Wunderlist or Outlook help manage your personal task lists, while Project or Project Online can be used to manage projects that require scheduling, prioritization, resource management, timesheets and integration with Line of Business systems. The middle ground is where Planner fits in, and it’s designed for structured team collaboration. For example, you can use Planner to manage events, office moves, user training or other team projects.

Today, we take a deeper look at Microsoft Planner—a new experience in Office 365 to organize work, manage and assign tasks and collaborate within your teams. Sajan Parihar and I go hands-on and...

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Sunday June 26

14:04
Business Lessons Learned From My Yoga Practice...

Had the idea for this one during a yoga class the other day. It starts out like this:

This may sound a little surprising, but yoga and business have a lot in common. Yoga teaches us about depth and focus. But as I’ve learned, yoga can also provide valuable lessons about how to successfully run a business. And not just in regards to emotional IQ. Here are some of the top lessons that I’ve brought to how I do business from my yoga practice.

Read on here…

Anything I missed?

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Saturday June 25

07:00
The Latest From Doomtree

Friday June 24

13:30
Office 365 news roundup

Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn.” Benjamin Franklin, one of America’s most famous inventors, statesmen and self-made men, clearly understood that people learn best by doing. That’s one reason why at Microsoft we make Office 365 intuitive and easy to use. We know that the more you use Office 365 to actually do things, the more quickly you will learn and derive value from its many features and applications.

Several announcements over the past couple of weeks show how we consistently work to provide opportunities for you and your colleagues to get involved with Office 365 in ways that will benefit you and your business.

For Office 365 administrators, the new version of the Office 365 admin app will...

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07:18
Reddit AMA Going Now

An hour into my first Reddit AMA with some super-excellent JAMFs!

AMA w/ Charles Edge and the Apple management experts at JAMF Software from macsysadmin

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Thursday June 23

16:10
Developer Insights Series: Using the Paid Business...

Find out why 3 Minute Games chose the paid business model for their Lifeline apps, and how the studio keeps users engaged between releases. Learn more.

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16:10
Developer Insights Series: Using the Paid Business...

Find out why 3 Minute Games chose the paid business model for their Lifeline apps, and how the studio keeps users engaged between releases. Learn more.

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10:19
10 Things To Consider When Switching Between MDM...

I’ve worked with a lot of organizations switching between Mobile Device Management (MDM) solutions in my career. And I’ve seen the migration projects go both really, really well, and really, really poorly. In most cases, the migration is somewhat painful no matter what you do. But in this (my first) article on the JAMF blog, I try and organize my thoughts around a few things to look out for when migrating between MDMs/MAMs, and some context/experience around those.

https://www.jamfsoftware.com/blog/10-things-to-consider-when-switching-between-mobile-device-management-solutions/

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09:00
Excel and big data

One of the great things about being on the Excel team is the opportunity to meet with a broad set of customers. In talking with Excel users, it’s obvious that significant confusion exists about what exactly is “big data.” Many customers are left on their own to make sense of a cacophony of acronyms, technologies, architectures, business models and vertical scenarios.

It is therefore unsurprising that some folks have come up with wildly different ways to define what “big data” means. We’ve heard from some folks who thought big data was working two thousand rows of data. And we’ve heard from vendors who claim to have been doing big data for decades and don’t see it as something new. The wide range of interpretations sometimes reminds us of the old parable of the blind men and an elephant, where a group of men touch an elephant to learn what it is. Each man feels a different part, but only one...

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09:00
Episode 096 Paul Stubbs on the MAX team and the...

In this episode, Richard DiZerega and Andrew Coates talk to Paul Stubbs, principal content publishing manager, about his team and the great samples and documentation they are producing.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP96_PaulStubbsMAX.mp3

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09:00
Why secure email is essential for your business

Malware most commonly reaches your business through email. As attacks become more sophisticated, your business could be vulnerable. A malware attack means more than just a security risk. If attacked, your business runs the risk of lost intellectual property, productivity, business reputation, time and money. In fact, the average total organizational cost of a data breach in the U.S. is $6.5 million, and an average of 250,000 malware variants are detected every day.

What is malware? It’s any software created to cause damage, but there are different types and considerations when looking to protect your small business. What types of malware are threats to your small business?

  • Spyware is software that gathers information on a user or...
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Wednesday June 22

16:27
10 Must Have Apps To Run A Small Business :: IT...

Published an article at http://www.itbusinessedge.com/slideshows/10-must-have-apps-for-your-small-business.html on types of apps you should use when starting to put iPads in a small business. Obviously many a business has vertical needs, but a lot of apps are horizontal, so cut across a wide swath of industries.

 

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09:00
Enterprise email—what a new business needs to know

A small investment in a business email account can be the difference between success and failure for your new business. Yet, for many businesses, finding the right enterprise email provider isn’t top of mind. Most people think email is just a given—it is free, after all, so why not just set up a simple email account, like “YourGreatNewBusiness@outlook.com?” While free email accounts are great for personal use, the lack of a proper business email solution could sneak up on you as your company starts to scale.

Be prepared for growth with an enterprise email account. Here are a few of the benefits from a business email account that you won’t get from a free email account:

Customers will notice your email address

Imagine you are at a networking event and meet your dream client. You spend the evening talking about your services and what makes you different from the competition. She is...

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Tuesday June 21

11:00
iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 (13G29) Now Available

iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 (13G29) Now Available

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11:00
tvOS 9.2.2 beta 3 (13Y823) Now Available

tvOS 9.2.2 beta 3 (13Y823) Now Available

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11:00
OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 3 (15G19a) Now Available

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 3 (15G19a) Now Available

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11:00
iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 (13G29) Now Available

iOS 9.3.3 beta 3 (13G29) Now Available

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11:00
tvOS 9.2.2 beta 3 (13Y823) Now Available

tvOS 9.2.2 beta 3 (13Y823) Now Available

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11:00
OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 3 (15G19a) Now Available

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 3 (15G19a) Now Available

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09:00
Take Microsoft for a test drive—take your teamwork...

Test drive Office 365 and Windows 10 from the comfort of your own office.

An online immersion session is not your typical online event. These 90-minute interactive sessions start with an online roundtable discussing your business challenges and then launch into a live environment in the cloud. A skilled facilitator guides you through simulated business scenarios that are customized to your interests.

We will send you a link to connect your own device to a remote desktop loaded with our latest and greatest technology, so you can experience first-hand how Microsoft tools can solve your biggest challenges in a collaborative, fun environment.

Online immersion sessions help you discover how to:

  • Keep information secure while being productive—Make it easier to work securely and maintain compliance without inhibiting your workflow.
  • Capture, review and share notes from anywhere—Boost your team’s productivity by...
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09:00
3 ways Power BI can help your sales team succeed

With an ever-evolving market and a massive amount of data available, your sales team’s job of knowing their customer base isn’t easy. A multitude of information streams in every day. Sorting through data sets, spreadsheets and a dozen apps can slow them down—hindering the growth and success of your company. In fact, 90 percent of sales reps associate missed opportunities with the inability to leverage all available information.

Instead of solely focusing on dissecting the customer data in front of them, sales reps should be looking to data visualization to pull out insights not apparent at first glance. Microsoft Power BI in Office 365 can help by enabling your sales reps to collect, unify and visualize all their data in one place. It’s cloud-based and compatible with 59 different applications, which simplifies the process.

Here are three...

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09:00
Minnesota school district starts the school year...

Today’s post was written by Burke Egner, director of technology at Austin Public Schools.

Austin, Minnesota, is more than just a rest stop on Interstate 90 a couple hours south of Minneapolis. It is home to a major multinational company (the Hormel Foods Corporation) and its community is committed to progress and innovation. For the Austin Public School District, technology in education is a top priority. So when its teachers asked for more flexible tools, easier network access and better communication with their colleagues and students, the district decided on a move to Microsoft Office 365.

“We wanted to give teachers remote network access and create email accounts for students, but to do it on-premises would have required significant infrastructure upgrades,” says Burke Egner, director of technology at Austin Public Schools.

A race against time

The decision to adopt Office 365 was made in June 2015, and district leadership wanted network...

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09:00
June 2016 updates for Get & Transform in Excel...

Excel 2016 includes a powerful new set of features based on Power Query technology, which provides fast, easy data gathering and shaping capabilities and can be accessed through the Get & Transform section on the Data ribbon.

Today, we are pleased to announce four new data transformation and connectivity features that have been requested by many customers.

These updates are available as part of an Office 365 subscription. If you are an Office 365 subscriber, find out how to get these latest updates. If you have Excel 2010 or Excel 2013, you can also take...

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07:00
MacAdmins Podcast Episode 7

The seventh episode of the MacAdmins podcast is now available! This is my first time sitting out an episode, which might explain why it’s the best episode so far!

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06:00
Your intranet in your pocket—the SharePoint mobile...

Last month, we unveiled a new vision for the future of SharePoint, and today we’re pleased to release the new SharePoint mobile app for iOS. Install it now and take your intranet with you—your intranet in your pocket. Stay connected to important content, sites, portals and people from across your intranet while on the go. The SharePoint mobile journey starts now. This is a first step, and we are excited to continue to build on what we’ve started. Let’s dive in to the details.

Watch this episode of Microsoft Mechanics with Andy Haon, principal group program manager on the SharePoint engineering team, for an in-depth look at the SharePoint mobile app:

The SharePoint mobile app

The new SharePoint mobile app helps you keep your work moving forward by providing quick access to your team sites, organization portals and...

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Monday June 20

11:15
About the security content of OS X El Capitan 10.11....

This document describes the security content of OS X El Capitan 10.11.1, Security Update 2015-004 Yosemite, and Security Update 2015-007 Mavericks.

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11:15
About the security content of iOS 9.1

This document describes the security content of iOS 9.1.

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11:15
About the security content of watchOS 2.0.1

This document describes the security content of watchOS 2.0.1.

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11:15
About the security content of watchOS 2.1

This document describes the security content of watchOS 2.1.

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11:09
Security update for mDNSResponder

Current versions of Apple products use the updated version of Bonjour. For previous versions, Apple has issued a security update.

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11:08
About the security content of AirPort Base Station...

This document describes the security content of AirPort Base Station Firmware Update 7.6.7 and 7.7.7.

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09:00
Learn how Docs.com can be used in the classroom to...

Docs.com is the easiest way to create a visually appealing online portfolio that can include OneNote notebooks, Word documents, Excel workbooks, PowerPoint slide decks, interactive Sways, PDFs and a host of web content. Docs.com retains all your Office documents’ rich formatting, animations and formulas and can be easily shared to your school or to the world.

We have been gathering feedback from thousands of amazing teachers and students around the globe to ensure that the experience can meet your needs.

We’ve seen teachers create lessons on Docs.com by posting documents, images, videos, 3D models and other relevant content from the web. We also have seen students put together their most prized work and add to larger class collections to give them a permanent home on the web.

How Docs.com helps in the classroom

Docs.com lets teachers and students organize and publish their Office documents. Later on,...

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09:00
Professional learning community groups in Office 365...

A professional learning community, or PLC, is a group of educators who meet regularly to share expertise and work collaboratively to improve teaching skills and the academic performance of students. Teachers around the world have started using Office 365 Groups to make collaboration within a PLC a lot simpler and more streamlined. PLC groups are typically formed around interest areas (e.g., 9th grade math), grade levels (e.g., 10th grade teachers) or across subjects (e.g., science teachers).

Here are some barriers to engagement with PLCs today that Office 365 Groups is addressing:

  • Teachers can be isolated, time is severely limited and collaboration is difficult.
  • Professional collaboration tools are disconnected and don’t always support meaningful, sustained collaboration.
  • A challenge for many PLCs is extending the work and relationships in the times and spaces between physically coming together.
  • It can be difficult for new teachers to...
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09:00
Educators, increase collaboration and professional...

As part of Microsoft’s Education announcement in April, we announced new experiences and updates to Office 365 Education coming this summer that will make it easier for teachers to manage their classroom and collaborate with peers, and for them or their IT administrators to set it all up. As part of this announcement, we mentioned there’d be even more updates coming this summer! We’re thrilled to share these with you today—all are teacher inspired and student focused.

Today, we are announcing enhanced educator collaboration with PLC groups, better content sharing with Docs.com, easier formative assessments with Microsoft Forms and additional Learning Management System (LMS) and Student Information System (SIS) partners with OneNote Class Notebook.

All educators have access to these new updates through Office 365 Education, which is totally free for teachers and students when you go to ...

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09:00
Microsoft Forms—a new formative assessment and...

Today, we are pleased to announce the availability of Microsoft Forms for our Office 365 Education customers. Forms is the result of direct feedback from educators that they want to have a quizzing function with Office 365 Education. Educators told us they need an easy way to assess student progress on an ongoing basis. They also told us they want an assessment solution that will save them time, help differentiate instruction for all students and provide quiz takers with real-time personalized feedback.

We designed Forms to be super easy so that anyone could confidently create a form and easily see results as they come in. Forms lets anyone with an Office 365 Education account create and/or respond to quizzes. What makes Forms unique and so valuable for educators is the automatic grading and in-quiz feedback functionality. Automatic grading does exactly what the name implies and greatly reduces the time spent grading. In-quiz feedback is a feature that lets quiz authors...

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09:00
Over 35 LMS, SIS and gradebook partners are now...

Since we launched the original OneNote Class Notebook add-in for assignment and grade integration, with Learning Management Systems (LMS), Student Information Systems (SIS) and gradebooks, we’ve had many excited teachers and schools try it out. We also heard more and more teachers ask for Class Notebook integration with other systems they use in their classrooms. We’ve been busy working with partners from around the world over the last couple of months, and today, we are excited to share our most up-to-date list of partners.

We are announcing over 35 partners that have committed to work with OneNote, with over 20 implemented and many more coming soon. To see this list of committed partners, please visit our...

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Saturday June 18

16:39
Article on Accounting Concepts For Small Business On...

Been awhile since I contributed any content to the wonderful Bushel team, so provided an article on accounting concepts that every small business owner should know. A sample:

To be a successful small business owner, you don’t need to be an accounting expert; you can outsource that. But you do need a solid grasp of basic accounting concepts. As a small business owner, you need more than an intuitive feel for the performance of your business. Understanding a few basic Accounting 101 concepts goes a long way towards keeping the goals for your company in alignment with your performance. Here are 5 accounting concepts to get you started:

Read More at http://blog.bushel.com/2016/06/5-accounting-concepts-small-business-owner-needs-know/

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Thursday June 16

17:00
Testing, Optimizing, and Analyzing Your Apps

We’ve added new features and resources to help you test, optimize, and analyze your apps.

TestFlight Updates
TestFlight now supports apps built for the new beta of iOS, watchOS, and tvOS, which means that you can get feedback from testers on features like SiriKit, Push Notifications for tvOS, new iOS Extension APIs, and more. Read the TestFlight release notes.

App Store Optimization
Search queries account for over 65% of downloads from the App Store. Learn how you can impact where your app ranks in search results to help users more easily find your app. Read Optimizing for App Store Search.

App Analytics Impressions
App Analytics now has data on App Store Impressions, which means you can see how many times your app’s icon has been viewed on the App Store in search results...

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17:00
Testing, Optimizing, and Analyzing Your Apps

We’ve added new features and resources to help you test, optimize, and analyze your apps.

TestFlight Updates
TestFlight now supports apps built for the new beta of iOS, watchOS, and tvOS, which means that you can get feedback from testers on features like SiriKit, Push Notifications for tvOS, new iOS Extension APIs, and more. Read the TestFlight release notes.

App Store Optimization
Search queries account for over 65% of downloads from the App Store. Learn how you can impact where your app ranks in search results to help users more easily find your app. Read Optimizing for App Store Search.

App Analytics Impressions
App Analytics now has data on App Store Impressions, which means you can see how many times your app’s icon has been viewed on the App Store in search results...

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09:00
Episode 095 Mat Velloso on Bots and Office 365—...

In this episode, Richard DiZerega and Andrew Coates talk to evangelist Mat Velloso about building bots and connecting them to Office 365.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP95_MatVellosoBots.mp3

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09:00
The 6 not-so-obvious reasons a project plan fails

Bad projects are expensive. In fact, organizations lose a whopping $109 million for every $1 billion invested in projects and programs, according to a Project Management Institute (PMI) study. And the bigger the projects are, the harder they fall. Large projects are 10 times more likely to fail outright, according to another industry report, and two times more likely to be late, over budget and missing critical features when compared with smaller projects. While small and medium projects may not be quite as fraught with peril, anyone who’s worked on them knows they certainly aren’t without their woes.

So, what are the culprits behind these epic and not-so-epic fails? According to PMI, common causes of project failure range from changing priorities within an organization (40 percent) to limited resources (20...

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Wednesday June 15

13:26
About the security content of Safari 9.1

This document describes the security content of Safari 9.1.

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13:26
About the security content of iOS 9.3

This document describes the security content of iOS 9.3.

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09:00
Make Starbucks your new meeting room with the new...

Building strong relationships is key to being successful in business. That truth is sometimes lost in our fast-paced, hyper-connected world, where more and more meetings are conducted remotely or in a formal office environment. Strong relationships grow by developing personal connections, which are best made face-to-face in an informal, friendly environment, over a cup of coffee. Starting today, it’s easier for you to do business while building that personal connection through the new Starbucks for Outlook add-in.

Read more about the Starbucks for Outlook add-in, last previewed at //build, at betterwith.office.com.

To make this even sweeter, we have an exciting offer running for a limited time! When you send a Starbucks eGift Card using Outlook, you are eligible to get a free $5 Starbucks eGift Card in return, so your next coffee is...

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09:00
How OneNote Class Notebook supports digital modeling...

Today’s post was written by Nikkie Laing, associate principal at the Opaheke School in New Zealand.

Digital modeling books are a way of recording and sharing our everyday and ongoing learning. They are featured in many New Zealand primary school classrooms. These collaborative resources are used to record our ideas and our collective thinking. They help make learning more visible and illustrate what success will look like. With modeling books firmly embedded in our pedagogical practice, OneNote Class Notebooks gave us the opportunity to create even more efficient and effective digital modeling books.

Traditional modeling books

Modeling books are a shared resource where students and teachers construct learning together. They are an important record of the work that gets done in classrooms. Traditionally, modeling books are kept in scrapbook form and stored in boxes for students...

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09:00
June Office 365 security and compliance update

In the last month, we’ve delivered a number of enhancements to Office 365 security and compliance capabilities, including the introduction of Advanced Security Management, a new set of capabilities powered by Microsoft Cloud App Security that gives you greater visibility and control over your Office 365 environment.

Below is a roundup of recent security and compliance news.

Gain enhanced visibility and control with Office 365 Advanced Security Management—The cloud offers many security benefits to organizations but also raises new security considerations. It can also add to existing ones, such as shadow IT, the use of software that is not formally sanctioned by the organization. We are thrilled to introduce Office 365 Advanced Security Management, a new set of capabilities—powered by Microsoft Cloud App Security—to give...

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06:24
Episode 6 of the MacAdmins Podcast Available

I’m a bit late in posting this, but better late than never! In this episode, we interview the venerable Arek Dreyer about his upcoming book, and learn a little of his origin story! More on that in issues to come I’m sure!

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Tuesday June 14

18:00
Telefónica uses Yammer to stay engaged, aligned and...

Telefónica believes that by encouraging an online employee community based on respectful, enlightened conversations and problem solving, a concept it calls “intelligent altruism,” Telefónica will evolve from a hierarchical organization to a global community of engaged employees.

“The world has changed exponentially, and the way we communicate, work and socialize has, too,” says Aitor Goyenechea, director of Global Internal Communications at Telefónica. “Before, large companies like ours tended to be siloed, geographically dispersed organizations where real-time connections and conversations didn’t really happen all that much. Today, we are aware that digital life and technology is an essential part of human experience,” says Goyenechea.

Read the full Telefonica story to understand how Telefonica keeps their employees connected, productive and innovative.

The post...

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12:30
Winners of the 2016 Apple Design Awards

Read about these talented developers and their apps, which reflect the best in design, innovation, and technology on Apple platforms. See the winners.

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Winners of the 2016 Apple Design Awards

Read about these talented developers and their apps, which reflect the best in design, innovation, and technology on Apple platforms. See the winners.

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12:05
What’s Coming Next, From The WWDC Keynote

Posted a Huffington Post article from my notes from the WWDC keynote. Hope you enjoy!

Apple kicked off WWDC (World Wide Developers Conference) today, with a Keynote that showcased some of the upper tier of talent and management within Apple. As a former WWDC speaker, I watch the keynote and most sessions through the remainder of the week religiously. Here, you see what’s coming in the fall releases of the four operating systems: macOS, watchOS, iOS, and tvOS (for Macs, Apple Watches, iPhones and iPads, and Apple TVs respectively).

To read the rest of the article, click here to jump to Huffington Post.

PS: macOS autocorrects to tacos. Mmmmm, tacos…

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12:00
The Deferred Channel June updates for the Office 365...

The June Office 365 client update (version 1602) includes a number of new features and capabilities for those receiving updates from the Deferred Channel. As you might recall from a previous post, the Deferred Channel allows organizations to choose an update schedule that reduces the frequency of feature changes for the Windows desktop apps, enabling IT admins and developers to have more time between releases to validate Office against their line-of-business applications, add-ins and macros. New features are available in the Deferred Channel three times per year, on “Patch Tuesday,” in February, June and October.

For information on the updates available in this month’s Deferred Channel, visit the Office 365 client release notes. In addition, the existing Office...

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09:00
The future of video conferencing—3 trends breathing...

For decades, video conferencing has been a nice-to-have feature for most businesses, but not a necessity. Thanks to advances in both hardware and software—as well as the growing demand for visual communications among millennials in the workforce—that’s all about to change.

Despite the decrease in bandwidth costs, both hardware and software continue to improve video quality while using better compression methods that eat up even less bandwidth. This has helped reduce the costs of video conferencing services and devices, which has led to a widespread adoption in the workplace. Today, virtual meetings can be held in large video conferencing rooms dedicated to cross-team collaboration, on mobile devices like tablets and cell phones or while simply sitting at a desk using VOIP or a conference phone.

As technology continues to improve, here are three trends to expect for...

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09:00
Announcing a new version of the Office 365 admin app

As an Office 365 admin, you sometimes find yourself in a situation when you’re not at your desk but you still want to act quickly. For example, if your CEO has forgotten their Office 365 password or an employee left the company, you want to take action right away. To help you in these situations and to easily stay up to date on the latest changes in Office 365, we developed the Office 365 admin app, which gives you access to all common admin features on the go.

Today, we are happy to announce a design update for the Office 365 admin app that will make it easier and more efficient for you to manage your service using the app.

More than just a tool for on-the-go

Since its first launch in November 2014, thousands of Office 365 admins have downloaded the app and use it to stay connected with their...

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09:00
The Office Small Business Academy June webcast—“Tips...

If the methods that made your business successful aren’t keeping your business successful, then it may be time for a change. Register now for the June episode of Office Small Business Academy, “Tips for Sustaining Business Growth,” airing June 28 at 9 a.m. PT / 12 p.m. ET.

Watch a preview now:

This month, learn new ways to approach product launches, customer service and strategic thinking.

  • CNBC on-air contributor, Carol Roth, has best practices for launching new products or services, including the fastest way to build credibility.
  • Small business expert, Susan Solovic, shares her secrets to powerful customer service and explains why you don’t have to be a disruptor—just different.
  • Author of “Winning the Brain Game,” Matthew E. May, gives tips for how to reshape your strategic thinking, encourage creativity and open...
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Monday June 13

13:35
Announcing OneNote Class Notebook Tools for Mac!

You’ve been asking for it and today it’s here! We’re excited to announce Class Notebook Tools for OneNote 2016 for Mac, which helps teachers work even more efficiently with their Class Notebooks—on the Mac platform some teachers already know and use.

With this update, the Class Notebook tab is visible if you are teacher in a Class Notebook for which you have administrative rights. To set up a Class Notebook, visit www.onenote.com/classnotebook.

With the Class Notebook Tools for Mac, you can do the following:

  • Quickly and easily distribute pages or new sections to students in a class.
  • Copy sections to Content Libraries in multiple notebooks.
  • Sequentially review student work (assignments, quizzes, etc.).
  • Easily navigate and browse student notebooks through a student list.
  • ...
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12:00
New App Store Review Guidelines

We’ve rewritten the App Review Guidelines to be more helpful, provide more context, and incorporate the guidelines for Mac apps. We hope these updates will help your app sail through App Review. While the guidelines themselves haven’t changed, the previous App Store and Mac App Store Review Guidelines will remain available for apps currently in the review process. View the new App Store Review Guidelines.

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12:00
New App Store Review Guidelines

We’ve rewritten the App Review Guidelines to be more helpful, provide more context, and incorporate the guidelines for Mac apps. We hope these updates will help your app sail through App Review. While the guidelines themselves haven’t changed, the previous App Store and Mac App Store Review Guidelines will remain available for apps currently in the review process. View the new App Store Review Guidelines.

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12:00
See What’s Next

The new beta of Xcode 8 is now available, and includes Swift 3 and SDKs that you can use to build apps for the next version of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Learn about new innovations in Apple platforms and how you can take advantage of them in your apps. Download the new betas.

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12:00
See What’s Next

The new beta of Xcode 8 is now available, and includes Swift 3 and SDKs that you can use to build apps for the next version of macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS. Learn about new innovations in Apple platforms and how you can take advantage of them in your apps. Download the new betas.

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12:00
WWDC16. Now Live Steaming

See the latest advancements in macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS with over 100 sessions presented by Apple engineers at this year’s conference. We’re live streaming all sessions daily and posting videos and related sample code throughout the week.
Watch WWDC sessions videos.

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12:00
WWDC16. Now Live Steaming

See the latest advancements in macOS, iOS, watchOS, and tvOS with over 100 sessions presented by Apple engineers at this year’s conference. We’re live streaming all sessions daily and posting videos and related sample code throughout the week.
Watch WWDC sessions videos.

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09:00
Test drive Office 365 and take your teamwork to the...

Take your teamwork to the next level anywhere, anytime with Office 365 and Windows 10.

An online immersion session is not your typical online event. These 90-minute interactive sessions start with an online roundtable discussing your business challenges and then launch into a live environment in the cloud. A skilled facilitator guides you through simulated business scenarios that are customized to your interests.

We will send you a link to connect your own device to a remote desktop loaded with our latest and greatest technology, so you can experience first-hand how Microsoft tools can solve your biggest challenges in a collaborative, fun environment.

Online immersion sessions help you discover how to:

  • Keep information secure while being productive—Make it easier to work securely and maintain compliance without inhibiting your workflow.
  • Capture, review and share notes from anywhere—Boost...
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09:00
Empowering attorneys and staff with Office 365 helps...

Today’s Microsoft Office 365 post was written by Judith Flournoy, chief information officer at Kelley Drye & Warren LLP, a law firm with seven offices in the United States and Europe.

The legal profession stretches all the way back to the orators of ancient Rome. The field has come a long way since then, with attorneys often working together across geographical and organizational boundaries on behalf of their clients. That idea of teamwork—collaborating with colleagues, outside consultants and even clients—needs to be at the core of what we do so that we can take advantage of areas of expertise and facilitate efficiencies.

As law firms have expanded to handle matters across the globe, they’ve needed to change the nature of collaboration, which has evolved tremendously over the last 50 years or so. For most of the history of our profession, attorneys relied on face-to-face meetings and documents shared via human messengers. The telephone and fax machine...

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07:00
What’s new in Office 365 Groups administration—June...

Last December, we announced that Office 365 Groups are now supported by eDiscovery. Since then, we’ve delivered a number of updates to help administrators govern and manage Office 365 Groups, which provides cross-application group membership to enable teams to easily collaborate in their favorite apps.

The following capabilities are available today to all Office 365 commercial and education customers:

  • Ability to update privacy type—When you create an Office 365 group, users have two privacy options: public (anyone within your organization can access the group’s content) and private (only approved members can access the group’s content). This update enables group owners to change the privacy setting from public to private or vice versa by editing the group properties in Outlook on the web....
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Friday June 10

14:20
Office 365 news roundup

American author and humorist Mark Twain, a keen observer of human nature, once said: “There are basically two types of people. People who accomplish things, and people who claim to have accomplished things. The first group is less crowded.” If you belong in that first group, then Office 365 is for you. We provide the tools you need to get things done.

Earlier this week, we introduced Microsoft Planner, a new way for businesses, schools and other organizations to structure teamwork, facilitate collaboration and get more done while using visual dashboards and email notifications to keep everyone informed and up to speed. Previously available only to select business customers, Microsoft Planner is now available as a free app to all Office 365 users.

The very next day, we...

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11:04
Logic Pro X 10.2 release notes

Learn about the Logic Pro X 10.2.3 update and previous Logic Pro 10.2 updates. 

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Thursday June 9

09:00
New forms of student creativity in class with...

Today’s post was written by Wilj Dekkers, Year 5 teacher and e-learning coordinator St. Andrew’s College in New Zealand.

OneNote is central to the pedagogy in my classroom and school. When you walk through the building you can witness the everyday use of the application from Year 4 to Year 8. You will see Active Boards where teachers annotate writing samples in the Content Library for students to use as a reference for their own learning. Students are huddled around their laptops debating which sources of information are most relevant to include in a shared notebook, and staff are reviewing meeting notes shared through a Professional Learning Group’s OneNote.

St. Andrew’s College uses a custom designed Inquiry Pathway—the core of which is built around helping students develop a collaborative approach to learning. The approach is question-driven, encouraging students to find the answers themselves,...

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09:00
Episode 094 introducing new co-host Andrew Coates—...

In this episode, Richard DiZerega introduces the new podcast co-host Andrew Coates and they discuss what’s new in Office 365 dev.

http://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP94_NewCoHost.mp3

Download the podcast.

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05:00
Article on Hiring IT for Small Businesses

Wrote an article awhile back that got edited by and is now posted at http://www.smallbizdaily.com/hiring-the-best-it-support-for-your-smb-to-make-the-most-of-your-investment/.

If it’s your kinda’ thing, hope you enjoy!

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Wednesday June 8

11:55
Office will be big at Microsoft Ignite—see the full...

The Microsoft Ignite session catalog is now live—with more than 440 sessions to choose from, including 120+ sessions on Office topics. Whether you want in-depth strategy, hands-on labs, overviews, deep dives, expert Q&As or a mix of everything, you’ll find it all there. Start exploring now so you can get the most out of your time in Atlanta.

Here’s a sample of the Office topics you’ll find:

Peer behind the curtain—how Microsoft runs Exchange Online
For 75 minutes, you’ll put on a virtual Microsoft blue badge and enter the world of Exchange Online operations. See how it’s done with a rare look behind the scenes of one of the world’s biggest email service providers.

Find similar sessions using the tags: Automation, High...

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10:15
Coming Soon to the App Store

We’re introducing exciting new capabilities and tools designed to help grow your app’s business and engage with new and existing customers on the App Store.

Search Ads
Search Ads is an efficient and easy way for you to promote your app directly within the U.S. App Store search results, helping customers discover or reengage with your app, while respecting their privacy. Starting this summer, you’ll be able to participate in the Search Ads beta and see the ads in action. Learn more about Search Ads.

Subscription Enhancements
We’re opening auto-renewable subscriptions to all app categories including games, increasing developer revenue for eligible subscriptions after one year, providing greater pricing flexibility, and more. Learn about what’s new in subscriptions.

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10:15
Coming Soon to the App Store

We’re introducing exciting new capabilities and tools designed to help grow your app’s business and engage with new and existing customers on the App Store.

Search Ads
Search Ads is an efficient and easy way for you to promote your app directly within the U.S. App Store search results, helping customers discover or reengage with your app, while respecting their privacy. Starting this summer, you’ll be able to participate in the Search Ads beta and see the ads in action. Learn more about Search Ads.

Subscription Enhancements
We’re opening auto-renewable subscriptions to all app categories including games, increasing developer revenue for eligible subscriptions after one year, providing greater pricing flexibility, and more. Learn about what’s new in subscriptions.

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09:00
What’s new in Office 365 administration—May roundup

The new Office 365 admin center is nearly complete. This month, we added full support for mail-enabled security groups, the ability to create custom tiles and custom help desk information and email apps management. If you notice a feature that is still missing, please let us know using the feedback link at the bottom-right of the new admin center.

Over the last few weeks, we had the opportunity to demo the new admin center and the usage reporting dashboard at Cloud Roadshow events in Sydney, Seoul, The Hague and Milan. We love attending events like the Cloud Roadshow because they allow us to meet many of you in person and put faces to the names we know from the Office 365 Yammer Network or email conversations based on your admin center feedback. They also allow us to meet new customers, have in-depth conversations about business management requirements and receive even more feedback.

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09:00
Mindtree uses Office 365 to create digital...

Today’s post was written by Subramanyam Putrevu, chief information officer at Mindtree.

Mindtree delivers digital transformation and technology services from ideation to execution. Mindtree was founded in the digital age, so we have an innate understanding of the value of an agile, collaborative and mobile business culture. We take these values to heart, training our employees—whom we call Mindtree Minds—to embody our culture of expert thinking, unrelenting dedication and collaborative spirit as they partner with customers to solve business challenges. Mindtree Minds use the newest digital tools in Microsoft Office 365 to hone their expertise and business practices, giving our company a tremendous competitive advantage. As we stay ahead of trends in the productivity space—working collaboratively anytime and anywhere we need to, on any device—we are in a great position to help customers reap the benefits of digital transformation as well.

As we use Office 365...

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05:00
View System Information On An iOS Device

Under the hood on iOS is a hard place to get; especially without bricking or jailbreaking a device. There are a few tools that can provide insight into what’s on a device, and about the device, though. One is an app called SysSecInfo, available at https://www.sektioneins.de/en/blog/16-05-09-system-and-security-info.html.

Once installed, you’ll see how much CPU and memory are in use, and not in use, on your device.

Scroll down and tap on Process List to see a list of each process running on the device.

Tap Details towards the bottom of the screen to see more information about the OS build running on the device.

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Tuesday June 7

15:45
Modern document libraries in SharePoint

Last month, we unveiled our broad vision for the Future of SharePoint, and today we’re delighted to announce the that modern document libraries are now rolling out to all Office 365 commercial customers worldwide. You can learn more about how to use modern libraries in this article, “What is a document library?

What’s new

Helping people share files and collaborate on content has always been central to our mission. That’s why we’re creating a better experience for document libraries that’s faster, more intuitive and responsive.

Here’s a look at what’s new:

The new, modern document library experience, showing two documents and a link pinned to the top.

User interface

Modern document libraries combine the power of SharePoint with...

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12:15
GigJam Preview is now available for everyone

Today’s post was written by Vijay Mital, general manager of the Ambient Computing team.

We’re pleased to announce that the GigJam Preview is now available to everyone on Windows, Mac, iPhone and iPad. Start using GigJam today—you no longer need an invitation. GigJam is a product coming to Office 365 later this year for people with a co-working mindset. It empowers you to spontaneously and ephemerally involve others in your work.

Need to discuss a draft contract with a customer? Just send over the right paragraphs to their phone, no need to send the entire file. Need a vendor’s help to fill in order details? Pull up the Salesforce order and related emails, hide the price and beam over the information to their phone to edit. In a huddle? Show a draft brochure to your designer, but only the text to your copywriter. Even bring a photographer into the session to pool photo options onto your designer’s phone so that they can choose the best fit for the brochure....

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05:00
Episode 5 of the MacAdmins Podcast

Episode 5: SSO & Puppies, Two Tales of Adoption with Tom Bridge, Pepijn Bruienne, Marcus Ransom, and I is now available at http://podcast.macadmins.org or using the embed below. Hope you enjoy!

And a special thanks to Andrew Seago, Miles Leacy, and Mikey Paul for joining us!

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Monday June 6

14:40
What’s new: May 2016

This month brought a new OneDrive app for Windows 10 on your PC, a new editor for Outlook 2016 for Mac, updates to Outlook and accessibility enhancements. For business, there’s a new tool for helping resolve Office 365 issues, the GigJam Invitation Preview and the integration of PowerApps and SharePoint, plus updates to Skype for Business, Office 365 administration and SharePoint. Security and compliance improvements include a new Office 365 datacenter region in Canada, enhancements to eDiscovery and new features and accreditations. Teachers can now use ClassPolicy to help manage the OneNote Class Notebook Collaboration Space. And for developers, there are new updates and scenarios for the Class Notebook APIs, the Skype for Business App SDK Preview is available and the SharePoint Framework is advancing toward First Release this summer. See what else is new and what’s on the way.

Leave us a comment to let us know what your favorite new feature is. If you missed last month’s...

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11:00
iOS 9.3.3 beta 2 (13G21) Now Available

iOS 9.3.3 beta 2 (13G21) Now Available

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11:00
tvOS 9.2.2 beta 2 (13Y816) Now Available

tvOS 9.2.2 beta 2 (13Y816) Now Available

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11:00
watchOS 2.2.2 beta 2 (13V601) Now Available

watchOS 2.2.2 beta 2 (13V601) Now Available

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11:00
OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 2 (15G12a) Now Available

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 2 (15G12a) Now Available

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11:00
iOS 9.3.3 beta 2 (13G21) Now Available

iOS 9.3.3 beta 2 (13G21) Now Available

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tvOS 9.2.2 beta 2 (13Y816) Now Available

tvOS 9.2.2 beta 2 (13Y816) Now Available

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11:00
watchOS 2.2.2 beta (13V601) Now Available

watchOS 2.2.2 beta (13V601) Now Available

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11:00
OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 2 (15G12a) Now Available

OS X El Capitan 10.11.6 beta 2 (15G12a) Now Available

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09:00
Microsoft Planner ready for showtime

Today marks the general availability of Microsoft Planner. Over the next several weeks, Planner will roll out to all eligible Office 365 customers worldwide. This includes Office 365 Enterprise E1–E5, Business Essentials, Premium and Education subscription plans.

All users with eligible subscription plans will automatically see the Planner tile appear in the Office 365 app launcher when it is available for them to use. No specific action by Office 365 admins is needed.

The addition of Planner to the Office 365 lineup introduces a new and improved way for businesses, schools and organizations to structure teamwork easily and get more done. With Planner, teams can create new plans; organize, assign and collaborate on tasks; set due dates; update statuses and share files, while visual dashboards and email notifications keep everyone informed on progress.

Charts in Microsoft...

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08:30
Câmara Municipal de Cascais embarks on digital...

Today’s post was written by Miguel Pinto Luz, deputy mayor at Câmara Municipal de Cascais.

As deputy mayor at Câmara Municipal de Cascais, I value technology that puts our government ahead of the curve. We have a 650-year history as an alluring retreat for members of European royal families and as a weekend getaway for city dwellers. Our 32 kilometers of beaches and our protected parkland are well known for their natural beauty. Our mission as the municipal government of Cascais is to continue this tradition and to make our town the best place to live not just for today, but for a lifetime. And to accomplish this in the 21st century, we have to transform from a paper-based, compartmentalized organization to a “digital government.” We turned to the cloud services that Microsoft offers within the Azure computing environment and the Office 365 business productivity suite.

Microsoft Azure delivers a trusted cloud computing environment to store our data, but we...

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