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SharePoint Online is a cloud-based service that helps organizations share and collaborate with colleagues, partners, and customers. With SharePoint Online, you can access internal sites, documents, and other information from anywhere—at the office, at home, or from a mobile device.
At work, people often participate across five or more groups. It becomes important for everyone involved to streamline their efforts and stay on the same page. With SharePoint team sites connected to Office 365 groups, every group gets a team site, and team sites you create from SharePoint home in Office 365 create a connected group.
Applies To: SharePoint Online
Last updated: May 2017
This article describes SharePoint Online limits such as number of users, storage space, and file size. Different plans also include different features. For information about that, see SharePoint Online Service Description.
We’ve improved the sharing UI on the OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online websites and sync clients to provide easier collaboration and better security. We have made some changes which improve usability.
The Share command now sends shareable links by default rather than granting permissions to specific people like the old Invite people tab.
This week, our 3-part blog series focuses on Cloud Productivity in the Defense system. Today's blog will focus specifically on how Cloud services benefit Commanders and Leaders, but be sure to check out upcoming blogs on the benefits of the Cloud for Staff and Analysts, as well as for Field Personnel in the Defense industry.
From Word to SharePoint, Office 365 has a lot offer. But each business requires different features from Office 365. Some may prioritize business analytics, while others may be content with no more than the productivity suite and Outlook. If you’re planning to deploy Office 365, first consider your business needs, then use the information below to find out which license is right for you.
This week, our blog series focuses on Cloud Productivity in the Education system. Today's blog will focus specifically on Students, but be sure to check out upcoming blog on Administrators in the education system.
Students are our future, and they stand to benefit the most from an infrastructural change to the Cloud in the education industry.
This week, our blog series focused on Cloud Productivity in the Healthcare system. Today's blog will focus specifically on IT professionals in the healthcare industry, but be sure to check out our past blogs on clinicians and healthcare executives (CxOs).
The challenges of an IT professional in healthcare are quite simple: increasing security, reducing costs, and optimization of processes.
This week, our blog series focuses on Cloud Productivity in the Healthcare system. Todays blog will focus specifically on CxOs (Executives), but be sure to stay tuned for our upcoming blog on healthcare IT professionals.
Executives in the healthcare industry face many challenges, including reducing costs, increasing revenue, and streamlining services and operations on small and large scales.