Monthly Archives: February 2017

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Episode 118 on Building Contextual Bots in the SharePoint Framework—Office 365 Developer Podcast

In episode 118 of the Office 365 Developer Podcast, Richard diZerega discuss delivering contextual bots using the SharePoint Framework and the Bot Framework “back channel.” https://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP118_BotsSPFx.mp3 Download the podcast. Weekly updates The OneNote REST API now supports application-level permissions by OneNote Team Updates to…

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Advice to help prevent data breaches at your company

A data breach can be your worst nightmare. Not only could it be disastrous for your company’s brand, it could lead to significant revenue losses and regulatory fines. Watch the latest Modern Workplace episode, “Cyber Intelligence: Help Prevent a Breach,” to get advice…

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New Virtual Health Templates extend Skype for Business as platform for developers

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Modern healthcare providers are constantly looking for innovative ways to service and connect their patients and care teams. We are excited to announce the publication of new developer templates that extend Skype for Business as a platform for virtual healthcare. Office 365 with…

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From pit stop to checkered flag—NASCAR drives productivity through cloud-based IT innovation

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TD banks on the security of the cloud with Office 365

Today’s post was written by Ron Markezich, corporate vice president for Microsoft. When customers in highly regulated industries choose the Microsoft Cloud, it’s because they feel confident that our security capabilities will meet their needs. Microsoft has made great strides in securing approvals…

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Work smarter, not harder with Office 365—free live demos with Q&A

With our modern-day mobile workforce, more and more employees are working from home and on the go. We’ve become accustomed to hosting online meetings and collaborating in the cloud. To help expand the digital capabilities of your team, join us for our Office…

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New Office 365 capabilities helps you proactively manage security and compliance risk

Missing a key security signal could mean not catching a breach, but the number of security signals is increasing exponentially. It’s becoming impossible to manually prioritize them. That’s why Office 365 applies intelligence to help you proactively manage risk and ward off threats.…

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Episode 117 with Jeremy Thake on Microsoft Teams and extensibility—Office 365 Developer Podcast

In episode 117 of the Office 365 Developer Podcast, Richard diZerega and Andrew Coates are joined by Jeremy Thake to discuss Microsoft Teams and extensibility. https://officeblogspodcastswest.blob.core.windows.net/podcasts/EP117_Thake.mp3 Download the podcast. Weekly updates Ignite Australia by Microsoft Ignite Add-ins are now available for Outlook on iOS by…

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The OneNote REST API now supports application-level permissions

The OneNote API team is pleased to announce that we have enabled application-level permissions support for the OneNote API. Until now, OneNote API calls could only be made with user-delegated permissions. This meant that your application would be restricted to scenarios that required…

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Track your Office knowledge and skills with Office Training Roadmaps

Today, we are releasing Office Training Roadmaps to help your company set training expectations and track progress for six Office apps. The training roadmaps help you quickly find what you need to learn and are available both online and as printable posters for…

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