Microsoft added several updates across the its Microsoft 365 product lineup in June. The list includes Cloud App Security, Azure Active Directory, Teams, Yammer, changes to PowerPoint Designer, and more.
Microsoft has partnered with Nasdaq and Refinitiv to bring automatic pulling of stock info to Excel to enhance the experience of tracking stocks using from within Microsoft's spreadsheet editing application.
Microsoft continues to be hard at work on its Microsoft 365 service targeted towards businesses, enhancing many of its core services including Microsoft Search, Graph, OneNote, Excel, Planner, and others.
Microsoft Search is a business-oriented intelligent search solution from the Redmond giant, which allows companies and organizations to search for business documents, people, conversations, tasks, and files from a single search box.
Microsoft Search, the new enterprise search experience that provides personalized results across Microsoft 365 experiences has started rolling out to all Microsoft 365 and Office 365 commercial subscribers.
Microsoft has started rolling File Restore for SharePoint and Microsoft Teams, a feature that will allow Office 365 admins to restore any files or folders deleted from the two services within the last 30 days.
Microsoft is has been hard at work to improve its many services for users of all platforms. These changes include those to Office for Mac users, as well as Microsoft Teams and a new Compliance Manager for Microsoft 365 users.