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10 Major Microsoft Announcements At Inspire 2018

Microsoft is rolling out product and incentive updates for Azure, Microsoft 365 and Dynamics 365 in connection with the upcoming Inspire 2018 conference.

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Microsoft 365 Updates

Launched one year ago at Inspire 2017, the Microsoft 365 suite brings together Office 365, Windows 10, device management and security into a single comprehensive offering for businesses. At Inspire 2018, Microsoft is announcing that one application in the Office 365 suite, the Microsoft Teams collaboration app, is now available as a free version. The free Teams version can serve up to 300 people and offer unlimited chat, video and audio calling, and file storage. The free offering "provides a powerful introduction to Microsoft 365," the company said in a blog post.

In other updates to Microsoft 365, the company unveiled a new Workplace Analytics feature that uses data from Office 365 to help teams "discover challenges like meeting overload, minimal time for focused work, or high after-hours workload." The feature will provide "nudges" in Office 365, which will provide alerts to users with tips such as not sending an email to co-workers after-hours or delegating a meeting to a co-worker when your schedule is busy.

Meanwhile, Microsoft Teams users will also now be able to launch events on-demand, which will be viewable both in real-time and as recordings. These events can range from webcam streams to high-quality formal events, Microsoft said.

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