Congratulations to all the 2015 Exchange Oscar winners this week! What better way to celebrate than with your weekly Exchange and Office 365 fix?
Here are a few of the headlines we deemed worthy this week:
Last year, Microsoft introduced Office 365 groups, a collaboration and communication tool that "brings together people, information and apps across the Office 365 platform."
Office 365 groups are the future of company-wide collaboration, and as an Exchange administrator, you need to understand this tool before it takes off.
In this video, Justin Harris explains what these groups look like from a technical perspective, walks you through the features and benefits and offers a look at the administrative options available. Click here to read more.
The OneDrive Team explains why it's no longer offering unlimited storage to certain Office 365 subscribers and is adjusting its paid plans. Find out how the decision could affect you here.
In this post, Chris Goosen offers up an updated version of his Connect-EXO.ps1 script, which includes the option to connect to Azure AD. Click here to get the script!
Jaap Wesselius describes the ease of autodiscover in a hybrid scenario and why there’s no need to change the autodiscover DNS record from on-premises to online. Click here to read more.
In this post, Anderson Patricio dives into the new features and basic requirements of Exchange Server 2016, how to prepare Active Directory to support it and more. Click here to read more.
What other posts do you have to add to the list?
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