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If you’ve decided to bring your company or small business on board with Microsoft Office 365, congratulations! There’s a lot of value on your new subscription and a lot of ways that you can make your small business more successful. Over the past few months, we’ve been giving all of the Office 365 apps a close look, so now, here is a wide look at some tips and tricks for how you can get started with Office 365. Read More
Microsoft is adding a new secured storage area to OneDrive where users can store more sensitive files. The new OneDrive Personal Vault feature will be protected by an additional step of identity verification, such as a PIN, fingerprint / facial authentication, or a two-factor authentication (2FA) code. Read More
Whether at work or at home, most folks have some experience using Microsoft’s Office 365 services. But several competitors have sprouted up over the past few years that threaten to disrupt the ubiquitous platform. At Build 2019, Microsoft showed off several new features designed to keep users and business using Windows 10 and Office 365 software. Read More
The redesigned icons for Microsoft’s Office 365 apps have now started rolling out on Office.com. This seems to be a gradual rollout, with Microsoft prioritizing Office 365 commercial customers for now (via Neowin). Read More
Slack is integrating Microsoft’s Office 365 services today. While apps like OneDrive and Azure Active Directory have previously been available on Slack, the messaging service will now have far deeper integration with Office apps and files, including a new Outlook calendar and mail app, an updated OneDrive app, and the ability to preview Office files directly in Slack. Read More
Microsoft Bringing SharePoint Online Page Enhancements This Month
Microsoft plans to deliver new page enhancements for SharePoint Online users by the end of February.
The page enhancements will give SharePoint Online users greater control over a page’s title and description. Users also will be getting display improvements, with the ability to set page section background colors, plus the ability to customize page thumbnails, Microsoft announced earlier this month. Read More
My mind is still blown. As you might know, I have been doing some light Microsoft Ignite coverage the last few days via video. After seeing what I just saw, there’s no way I can convey all the awesomeness that Microsoft just announced about SharePoint and OneDrive. I couldn’t wait, so I’m sitting in the Expo hall right now writing this as fast as my fingers can move.
In one of the earlier articles, I have showed you to set the default OneDrive for Business storage space with the help of GUI. However, this article focuses on setting the default OneDrive for Business storage space with the help of PowerShell commands.