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Delivering the first chapter of Groups in Office 365

Jared Spataro is the general manager of Enterprise Social at Microsoft. At the SharePoint Conference in March, we announced our roadmap for a set of connected experiences that would enable your company to work like a network. This month, we reached an important milestone with Office Delve. Continuing on this journey, today we are rolling out the first phase of Groups in Office 365. Getting things done at work means sharing information and collaborating across ad hoc groups and project teams. But, often times the tools we use to bring people together are different in each apps distribution groups in Outlook, buddy lists in Lync, groups in Yammer. That’s why we’re introducing Groups in Office 365, so you can easily connect with the colleagues, information and applications …

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Delivering the first chapter of Groups in Office 365

Microsoft Starts Rolling out Groups to Office 365 and OneDrive

Microsoft today announced it is rolling out the first phase of Groups for Office 365, a new collaboration feature, starting with the Outlook Web App email and calendar sites as well as OneDrive for Business. Next up, the company says it will add Yammer and Lync to the “Groups experience” though it didn’t specify when. As you can see in the video below, Microsoft is trying to solve the problem of how best to share information while working across multiple ad hoc groups and project teams. The idea behind Groups is to make Office 365 the hub for connecting with colleagues via the applications already in use. embedded content Anyone can create a new group and invite colleagues. They can also search for and join existing groups, …

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Microsoft turns cloud storage into Office 365 feature

But will the free 1TB boost subscriptions? June 25, 2014 (Computerworld) Microsoft’s decision to boost free storage space to one terabyte for Office 365 subscribers is less a game changer for the rent-not-own concept than additional evidence that storage is transforming from a separate service to a feature, analysts argued today. “Storage is a feature,” said Wes Miller of Directions on Microsoft. “It’s fast becoming a feature of the platform.” Although Miller’s comment was directed at Microsoft’s moves this year — first an expansion of free storage for commercial Office 365 accounts, then Monday the same 1TB for consumers and students — it pertained to other ecosystems, including rivals Google and Apple. Google dramatically dropped prices of its Drive file storage service in March, reducing prices by as much …

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Microsoft turns cloud storage into Office 365 feature – Computerworld

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