Windows 10: Check out all the Microsoft 365 news shared at #MSIgnite

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       25 Sep 2017 #1

    Check out all the Microsoft 365 news shared at #MSIgnite

    We’re at Microsoft Ignite in Orlando, Fla., today with more than 25,000 business customers and IT leaders from around the world. We’ve shared news spanning Microsoft’s commercial businesses – Office 365, Windows 10, Enterprise Security + Mobility and much more – with a focus on how the company is empowering people and organizations to succeed in a rapidly evolving workplace and innovate for the future.

    Check out more details below on how Microsoft 365 is enabling a modern workplace and empowering all workers, students, and educators with technology to be more creative, productive and secure.

    Advancing intelligence, management and security to empower the Modern Workplace

    All Workers Welcome with Microsoft 365

    Announcing Microsoft 365 Education, a single, affordable technology solution built for education

    Maximizing IT’s Impact with Microsoft 365 Powered Devices

    Announcing Windows 10 S Devices for Firstline Workers

    Stepping Up Protection with Intelligent Security

    New Microsoft 365 Features to Accelerate GDPR Compliance

    Windows resources to help support your GDPR compliance

    Source: Check out all the Microsoft 365 news shared at Ignite - Windows Experience Blog
    Last edited by Brink; 25 Sep 2017 at 11:43.
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