Microsoft and Office 365 Updates (April 2017)

Microsoft and Office 365 Updates (April 2017)



 The focus of April updates in Office 365 was the ability to accelerate the internal digital transformation and to have this ability available to all organizational sizes. 

Outlook Customer Manager

Outlook Customer Manager has rolled out an updated version based on the feedback received during the first release.  Outlook Customer Manager gives small businesses the ability to track and grow their relationships with their customers without having to leave Outlook.  Microsoft Outlook Customer Manager allows you to set up automatic reminders regarding customer inquiries, company information is easily brought down from Bing and Microsoft Flow.  Outlook Customer Manager is a cloud-powered solution centered around small businesses and the way they work.  Outlook Customer Manager is created to help organize customer information; emails, meetings, calls, notes, files, tasks, deals and any looming deadlines.  That information is kept right at your fingertips in a timeline next to your inbox.

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Other Notable Updates:

New this month in preview, Microsoft To-Do is an intelligent task management app which allows you to stay organized and prioritize your day.  Microsoft To-Do syncs to all of your devices and is integrated in Office 365. Read more

MyAnalytics Outlook Add-In, this update can help you make the most of your time with valuable insights on your daily work flow.  Whether it is scheduling focus time for you to complete tasks or help you realize your best time to write an email, MyAnalytics is here to improve your work day. Read more.

Microsoft adds value For Office 365 Enterprise K1 users, the expanded assets include Microsoft StaffHub, OneDrive for Business (2GB cloud storage), Skype for Business, Microsoft Teams, Office 365 Video, Microsoft PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.  Read more.

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