Today we’re excited to announce a public preview of the ‘new look’ for Power BI service. We’re refreshing the user interface to provide a modern experience that’s simpler and builds on customers’ familiarity with Microsoft products.
Two years ago this week, we launched Microsoft 365, an integrated set of apps and services designed to help customers transform workplace collaboration, streamline business processes, and protect critical information. At the center of Microsoft 365 is Microsoft Teams, the hub for teamwork that combines chat, video meetings, calling, and files into a single, integrated app
Do you know all the Microsoft Teams tricks and tips available to upgrade your collaboration experience? You’d be surprised how much you can accomplish when you go beyond the basics with your enterprise chat tool.
Microsoft Corp. and ServiceNow Inc., makers of cloud-based software, announced a partnership that will help ServiceNow sell to highly regulated industries and further integrate the companies’ technology.
Organizations of all shapes and sizes are rolling out Office 365. They're doing so for many reasons, from basic considerations of resolving IT issues through to a strategic focus on collaboration and productivity tools. Regardless of the reason for deploying Office 365, one of the first things you must bring over to the new platform is the corporate intranet.
Low code and no code are the latest industry buzzwords, but if vendors can truly abstract away the complexity of difficult tasks like building machine learning models, it could help mainstream technologies that are currently out of reach of most business users. That’s precisely what Microsoft is aiming to do with its latest Power Platform announcements today.
“Microsoft is excited that LiveTiles is a launch partner for SharePoint home sites. We are thrilled that LiveTiles, along with Hyperfish and Wizdom, are building on SharePoint innovations like home sites, to deliver unique experiences and solutions that empower our joint customers to achieve more.” – Dan Holme, Senior Product Marketing Director, SharePoint and OneDrive, Microsoft
In today’s global work environment, organizations and their employees must effectively communicate across different locations, time zones, and languages to drive their businesses forward. Microsoft Teams puts everything organizations need—chats, meetings, calling, and Office 365 apps—to make faster, more informed decisions in a single, intelligent hub. With Teams, every type of worker—from the Firstline Worker to the C-suite—is empowered to contribute their voice and take shared accountability for business outcomes.
Microsoft typically devotes a chunk of Build, its annual developer conference in Seattle, to product unveilings, updates, and various announcements across its portfolio, and it stuck with tradition this year. During a keynote address on Monday, the company took the wraps off of the new and enhanced offerings in Azure, its cloud computing platform.
Visionaries driving digital transformation and creating the modern workplace know the intelligent intranet is the heart of a digital workplace. The intelligent intranet delivers experiences that provide shared content and solutions for collaboration, drives employee engagement and communications, and harnesses collective knowledge by connecting people and content.
The next version of Microsoft Dynamics promised hundreds of new capabilities, the update, known as v10 Online, will affect the CRM and ERP applications of Dynamics 365, as well as the Microsoft Power Platform. Microsoft Layout and Microsoft Remote Assist will also see new mixed-reality features.
Across OneDrive and SharePoint, our vision is to provide simple and secure access to files wherever—and however—your team works. No matter your role, specialization, or industry, we’re always working to expand and connect with the content you find critical. Today, we’re announcing new integrations with Autodesk that allow you to connect AutoCAD and its drafting tools to DWG files stored in Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint.
Last year, Microsoft introduced the one-stop-shop commerce bundle for Dynamics 365 — Dynamics 365 Business Central. The enhanced, state-of-the-art ERP solution is aimed at small and midsize businesses (SMBs). It helps businesses to make efficient use of their legacy ERP solutions. Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central empowers SMBs with enhanced reporting analytics.
Dynamics 365 for Marketing has finally been rolled out. Here, we take a closer look at Microsoft’s new marketing automation platform, and see what it has to offer in a market where cloud-based automation apps are increasingly accessible, and battling for prominence.
The April 2019 update of Dynamics 365 for Marketing is rolling out starting now! The roll-out schedule will follow that of the Dynamics 365 for Customer Engagement platform team as they apply the prerequisite platform updates in each region.
ClickDimensions today announced that the company is expanding its comprehensive marketing platform for Microsoft Dynamics 365 by acquiring Sweetspot, a leader in the marketing dashboard space. With the addition of a marketing dashboard that is purpose-built for marketers, ClickDimensions customers will have easy, on-demand access to analyze and optimize campaign, channel and revenue-impact performance data.
Machine learning and, more broadly, artificial intelligence (AI) have become the tech industry's most important trends over the past 18 months. And despite the hype and, to some extent, fear surrounding the technology, many businesses are now embracing AI at an impressive speed.
Microsoft plans to roll out new capabilities for SharePoint Online users this month that will add greater control over how News articles appear in SharePoint sites, according to a Wednesday announcement.