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Our monthly round-up of what’s new and updated across Office 365 and Microsoft 365.
This month Microsoft have made further improvements to Microsoft Teams, including upping the number of participants in calls from 250 to 300. There’s improved information security for those with Microsoft 365 E5 licences, thanks to sensitivity labels.
We look at the new automated daily briefing email for Exchange Online users, and SharePoint Online gains multilingual capabilities for Communication Sites.
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A new daily briefing email will start dropping into Microsoft 365 users’ Outlook inboxes from this month.
Microsoft are releasing a new feature for Office 365 users called the Briefing. This is an email which automatically gets sent at the start of each workday, giving a personalised view of the day ahead.
With insights based on the user’s own email and calendar, tasks and documents, the Briefing helps you prepare for meetings, keep commitments with tasks and actions, and block out focus time for deep work.
The Briefing is enabled by default for all users with Exchange Online, but users can unsubscribe if they don’t want to continue receiving it. Administrators can also disable the feature across their organisation.
The Briefing will be released in June 2020, and the first release will be made available to Microsoft 365 Enterprise users with Exchange Online mailboxes in English. More information is available on the Microsoft website.
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Microsoft are making automatic classification available across Microsoft 365 E5 subscriptions, providing a welcome boost to the platform’s information protection capabilities.
Sensitivity Labels are a central part of Microsoft’s information protection capabilities in Microsoft 365. They let organisations define meaningful labels for content (such as “Internal”, “Public” and “Personal”), then associate these labels with protection like encryption and visual markings.
Addressing the governance overhead
Sensitivity labels are applied to the file rather than where it is held, so protection can persist even if the file is shared outside of the organisation.
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