New in Microsoft Support 365 security & compliance – January 2018 update

We have several new updates to help you achieve your compliance goals, including complying with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), along with enhancements to Advanced Threat Protection, eDiscovery and Advanced Data Governance. Read on to learn more!

Accomplish your consistence objectives and get ready for the GDPR

Accomplishing authoritative consistence can be exceptionally testing. We have a few new abilities that will enable you to remain fully informed regarding the directions that issue to your association – and enable you to characterize and execute the correct controls to secure and deal with your information.

Getting ready for the GDPR

In our current reality where the development of innovation and cloud advancement is democratizing information and powering computerized change, the expanded utilization of individual information to convey better client encounters implies new consistence laws –, for example, the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) – expect you to better administer and manage your data. Microsoft 365 offers a comprehensive set of services to help you with GDPR compliance, and the recently announced Compliance Manager helps you assess and manage your compliance risk. To learn more about how Microsoft 365 can help accelerate your journey to compliance, watch our latest webcast.

Compliance Manager Public Preview is now available

Data protection compliance is a complicated and disjointed process – often requiring deep knowledge of regulatory standards and numerous technology solutions. To help your organization manage its compliance requirements – from a single place – we released the Compliance Manager public preview back in November. Compliance Manager enables you to perform a risk assessment of your organization’s compliance with regulations and standards, such as GDPR, ISO 27001 and ISO 27018. It helps connect data protection solutions with the regulatory requirements that matter to you, as well as enabling you to evaluate Microsoft’s cloud services (such as Office 365) with detailed audit information. To simplify your compliance workflow, Compliance Manager also enables you to assign, track, record compliance-related activities, and produce detailed reports that can help you be more prepared for audit activities. Learn more about Compliance Manager here.*

Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery – Analysis of non-Office 365 data is now available

Many organizations have data that resides outside of Office 365, including legacy file shares, archives or in other cloud services, that may be relevant to an eDiscovery case. Analysis of non-Office 365 data, which was announced back in September, is now available and allows organizations to import the case-specific copy of such data into a specifically assigned Azure container and analyze it using Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery. Having one eDiscovery workflow for both Office 365 and non-Office 365 data provides organizations with the consistency they need to make defensible decisions across the entire data set of a case. Please note that in addition to Advanced eDiscovery licenses, this feature requires the purchase of the eDiscovery Storage plan for all non-Office 365 data imported into the specifically assigned Azure container for analysis by Advanced eDiscovery. The eDiscovery Storage plan comes in increments of 500GB of storage and is priced at $100 per month. Read more here.

Protect against advanced threats
Recent updates to Office 365 threat protection services helps protect your Office 365 users.

Updates to Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP)

Expansion of ATP to additional Office 365 workloads – As announced back in September, Office 365 ATP has now expanded coverage to SharePoint Online, OneDrive for Business and Microsoft Teams, leveraging our signal strength, smart heuristics, machine learning, file detonation and reputation filters. Learn more about this significant enhancement to ATP.
Enhanced reporting – Starting this month, Office 365 ATP will also launch powerful new reporting capabilities. Reports will now be provided in near real-time and will also include a new set of reports:

  • Malware report – provides visibility into the malware families that have attacked a tenant
  • Submissions report – provides a report on potentially malicious emails which have been submitted to Microsoft by end-users
  • Phish report – provides information on all emails that are considered to be phishing emails

Enhanced anti-phish capabilities – ATP is likewise adding a few new capacities to alleviate phish. We as of late conveyed new propelled hostile to parody capacities, interface explosion abilities, brand and client against pantomime capacities and new machine learning models for deciding phish. A considerable lot of these updates are as of now live, and more are propelling this month and into mid 2018. Take in more of how Microsoft mitigates phish from our white paper.

Enhanced Advanced Threat Protection reporting capabilities

Office 365 Threat Intelligence – Threat Tracker

Threat Tracker provides a trend summary of different categories and indicators of threats (e.g. noteworthy, targeted, queries, etc.). The capabilities launching this month will enable you to:

Track changes in the threat landscape for your tenant so that you can identify important changes in trends and targeted attacks (Trending Campaigns)
For custom indicators (like senders or URLs), you can track changes in trends and get alerted when trends change (Saved/trending queries)

Join the Security, Privacy and Compliance Tech Community
If you haven’t already, join the Security, Privacy and Compliance Tech Community to further evolve your organization’s security and compliance with these capabilities – and learn and contribute to security, privacy, and compliance best practices. The Tech Community is a great resource to communicate and learn from your peers—as well as offer your insights on the growing importance of security, privacy and compliance.

The Last Roundup Of 2017 Year – Microsoft Tech Support Number

The Microsoft Tech Community has made its mark this year! This year we achieved 100,000 individuals, and alongside new item discharges, AMAs, challenges, Tech Summits and Microsoft Ignite, we’ve had an occupied and energizing year.

To praise, here’s a commencement of the main 17 item news declarations, minutes and discussions from the group in 2017. A debt of gratitude is in order for being a piece of it!

– The Microsoft Tech Community group

17. Microsoft Technical Communities

We absorbed Microsoft Technical Communities into our site in November. The Microsoft Tech Community now offers a space to give you access to content and speakers, and opportunities to promote your community events to a wider user-base.

 16. Tech Academy

In October, we launched the Tech Academy, accessible from the Microsoft Tech Community navigation bar. The Tech Academy unifies Microsoft‘s learning and readiness platforms for IT Professionals and Developers into a single place. It gives you access to a centralized repository of readiness content and lets you track your progress as you complete it. It’s a great, free resource and one more reason to stop by the Tech Community!

15. Win Big in the Tech Community!

We hosted a number of sweepstakes in the tech community, most notably for Office International, a community we launched in September (you could still win in the sweepstakes ending December 31!).

14. 50K Members

In April, we reached the amazing landmark of 50,000 members! We celebrated this great landmark with a 50K Celebration Puzzle.

13. Teams/Skype at Ignite

Microsoft Ignite was full of big product announcements! One of the biggest was around Teams eventually replacing Skype for Business with a new vision for Intelligent Communications.

12. Windows AMAs

Office has had a number of successful AMAs (Ask Microsoft Anything) events in the tech community. This year, we expanded to include Windows 10 with seven AMAs, starting in May with Windows as a service. Our most popular so far was Windows 10 deployment, with over 2000 unique visitors and over 9000 page views.

11. Cloud + Enterprise AMAs

The Azure Blockchain AMA in March was our first AMA among Microsoft’s cloud and enterprise products. We followed that up with 10 additional AMAs, five of which were for Windows Server. We had an exceptionally popular one around Co-management with Microsoft Intune and System Center Configuration Manager with over 900 unique visitors and almost 7000 page views.

 10. Microsoft Teams AMA and roadmap announcement

This was a big year for Microsoft Teams! Following up with their big Microsoft Ignite announcements, Microsoft Teams hosted a popular AMA in the tech community in October with nearly 2000 unique visitors and almost 6000 page views. Teams also posted a blog about the roadmap for Skype for Business capabilities coming to Microsoft Teams with nearly 60,000 page views.

9. Azure free training resources

Posts on Azure training resources in March and Azure Essentials free training in October proved to be valuable resources to the community.

8. Follow the Tech Community Blog and Microsoft Tech Community Twitter Handle

Want to keep up with this community? We launched the Microsoft Tech Community Blog this year as a one-stop shop for the weekly roundup and other news about the community. Get all the news there as well as through the @MSTCommunity Twitter account, now with over 35,000 followers!

7. Tech Community at Microsoft Ignite

The Microsoft Tech Community was proud to host a Community Lounge space at Microsoft Ignite with swag giveaways, takeover days, executives to meet, live podcasts, food and drink and so much more. In the Tech Community, you can view every session’s slides and video, save it as a resource for the future, and connect with the speaker to ask questions long after Microsoft Ignite.

Our Microsoft Ignite session content received a total of almost 125,000 page views! Some of our top viewed sessions include:

  • Microsoft 365: Transform your communications with Microsoft Teams and Skype for Business (5.5K Views)
  • Manage SharePoint using the new Sharepoint Admin Center (2K views)
  • Using custom themes and designs to standardize the creation of clean, functional SharePoint sites (2.2K views)
  • Microsoft 365: Unlock creativity and empower teamwork in the modern workplace (2K views)
  • Modern authentication for Exchange Server on-premises (1.7K views)

Thank you to everyone who stopped by our booth. It was great to meet so many community members and MVPs in person!

6. New Member of the Week Club Inductees!

The Member of the Week is an award we give to a community member who has gone above and beyond during the week. We don’t look at metrics, but rather give it to someone who embodies the “community spirit” i.e., is helpful or asks great questions. We offer a Member of the Week Badge for all past and present winners. Congratulations to all the new Member of the Week club members from 2017 – you are truly what makes the Microsoft Tech Community great!

5. Go Local with the Microsoft Tech Summits

The Microsoft Tech Summits are a free, two-day technical training for IT professionals and developers across the globe. The Microsoft Tech Community team traveled to Sydney, Tel Aviv, Sao Paolo and Toronto in 2017 and we’re headed back on the road to 9 more cities in 2018. You can read about each Tech Summit in our blog, and see the session content in the Microsoft Tech Summit group. We hope to see you in your city!

4. Microsoft 365 Community Launch

In August, we launched a community for Microsoft 365, continuing to build momentum around a much talked-about product.

3. 100K Users!

Only eight months after we hit our 50,000 user milestone, we surpassed 100,000 community members. To celebrate, we awarded our first 100,000 community members our 100K Milestone Badge. Thank you all for your contributions and for making the Tech Community such an amazing place to connect and learn.  

2.  SharePoint communication sites and popular blogs

The SharePoint community remains one of our largest and most active, thanks to the product team and amazing members. Mark Kashman’s SharePoint blogs regularly get thousands of views, and his post on Sharepoint communication sites was exceedingly popular with over 50,000 page views. Jeff Teper’s blog on SharePoint and OneDrive announcements at Microsoft Ignite was also very popular with nearly 20,000 page views.

1. Community Superstars and MVPs

MVPs remain community superstars and we couldn’t do it without you. As a group, they contributed 500 new topics and over 5000 replies this year! Their expertise and enthusiasm help make the community a great place to be.

Of course, they aren’t the only community superstars! Thank you to everyone who has joined, contributed, and shared content from this community.

Here are a few resources to help you get the most out of the Microsoft Tech Community in the year ahead!

  • Follow the Tech Community Blog for updates on the Microsoft Tech Community and for the Weekly Roundup to find out everything that’s been happening in the Microsoft Tech Community this week (published every Friday)
  • Suggest ideas or vote for existing ideas in the Community Ideas Exchange
  • Join the Microsoft Ignite community

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Relive the moments: Microsoft Ignite highlights for SharePoint, Officecom/setup, AI, and more!

In case you missed some Microsoft Ignite coverage—or you just want to refresh your memory—we’ve prepped this roundup to bring you the best of Microsoft Ignite. Last week, we shared topline takeaways. Today, we’ll highlight other top news and social chatter.

SharePoint news

SharePoint center point destinations are new in Office 365 and will arrive sooner than required 2018. They are essential for simple intranet advancement. Regardless of whether your association has built up numerous destinations after some time, center point locales interface these specially appointed accumulations so you can surface news and other substance firmly as your association advances. Along these lines your intranet can adjust powerfully as substance needs change. Center point destinations go about as parent locales to your fluctuated kid destinations, conveying content with shared route and visual consistency so your workforce gets an improved hunt understanding and you get marking acquired crosswise over related locales.


For more perspective on this and other SharePoint announcements for a modern workplace,  MVP Community Reporter Laura Rogers  wrote a Microsoft Ignite wrap-up last week that includes a video compilation. Don’t miss her Power Hour review for a deep dive on SharePoint hub site collections, customized PowerApps, updated Admin Center, and more.

Two tweets and you get the picture—there’s lots of excitement around SharePoint:

  • Vlad Catrinescu‏ @vladcatrinescu I think it’s safe to say #SharePoint still rocks the place! Good Job @jeffteper , @danholme @williambaer , @mkashman team! #MSIgnite
  • Laura Rogers @ #MSIgnite‏ @WonderLaura WOW! Conditional formatting in #SharePoint lists! HUGE! #MSIgnite

BONUS: If you want more on Office 365, SharePoint, and OneDrive, visit SharePoint Conference North America to start getting updates about the May 2018 event.

Office 2019 news

It’s official—Office 2019 will be available in the second half of 2018. It will offer an on-premises suite for organizations that do not want their Office applications in the cloud. This perpetual non-subscription release will add IT and server management capabilities for better usability and security. As Mary Jo Foley writes in Office 2019 Coming Next Year, the announcement rasied questions about whether Microsoft would continue to enable perpetual users to connect to Microsoft server products. But Microsoft Office general manager Jared Spataro noted that this “is not the case.”

See a bit more on this conversation:

  • CNN‏@CNN Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint and more are getting an upgrade: Office 2019 is coming next year
  • TechnoBuffalo‏ @TechnoBuffalo   Microsoft makes Office 2019 official… …

Emerging tech and other news

Artificial Intelligence and Hybrid Cloud Take Center Stage at Microsoft Ignite

Enterprise First For Mixed Reality At Microsoft Ignite

Satya Nadella’s “Hit Refresh” Officially Released

Top 5 Microsoft announcements from Ignite 2017

Microsoft Ignite 2017: It’s all about choice, from SQL Server 2017 to Azure Machine Learning

Teams client replacing Skype for Business client

SQL Server 2017 for Linux Goes Live

Social chatter

MVP Wall: Lots of pictures and people finding their names!

  • Cathrine Wilhelmsen @cathrinew Lots of MVPs finding their names at the Community Central 🙂 #MSIgnite #MVPBuzz

Additional conversation around Forms.

  • MS Office News‏ @OfficeNews New in Microsoft Forms: integration with Microsoft Teams, SharePoint web part and more. Check it out! #MSIgnite

#Yammer trending in Orlando.

  • Becky Benishek MVP‏@bbenishek “You are only limited by the trust you have in the people in your company.” –Chris Slemp. Guess what #Yammer helps with? #MSIgnite #BRK2164

That’s a wrap

On-demand sessions and other content is available now—check them out here. Let us know your favorite Microsoft Ignite moment or session!

Find what you want, discover what you need with personalized intelligent search across Microsoft Office Support 365

New astute inquiry abilities and encounters fueled by the Microsoft Graph enable you to discover substance and individuals quicker and find significant learning from over your association. At Microsoft, our vision of inquiry in the venture fixates on bringing customized list items to wherever you might work, from over your intranet, and even the web. By implanting computerized reasoning (AI) into our commonplace encounters in Office, pursuit and disclosure turn out to be a piece of your ordinary work, instead of a different goal.

Routine assignments, for example, finding the correct rendition of a report, returning to an introduction you were altering, or finding out about a subject you are not comfortable with by finding specialists and substance, are currently more straightforward and speedier. Outfit your association’s aggregate information by completely utilizing who you know and what they know to enhance basic leadership and open innovativeness.

Putting you at the center of search in SharePoint

In May at the SharePoint Virtual Summit, we announced that personalized search was coming to the SharePoint home in Office 365. Today we;re delighted to announce that search in SharePoint is becoming smarter and faster to use, and will surface more relevant results from across Office 365. Search results will be personalized for you by the Microsoft Graph.

Microsoft Graph gathers understanding from the general population, locales and reports you work with, and positions indexed lists significant to your necessities. Despite everything you’ll have the capacity to see every one of the outcomes that fulfill your question, however customized hunt will organize the outcomes that are destined to accomplish your goal.

The inquiry encounter has been upgraded and streamlined to make it less demanding for you to discover and channel results, and results will now incorporate rundown things all over the place, not only the outcomes in the venture seek focus, so all substance in a SharePoint site is currently included.



Find what you need, faster, with personalized search results and a streamlined search results page in SharePoint.

You’ll also find that search is, itself, faster than ever in SharePoint. Recent performance improvements and a smoother, faster interface, frees up your time by re-using what has been created before.

Personalized search results in SharePoint home will be available later this year, across all geographies, and the new search interface will roll out at the same time.


Within the search experience, you can live preview files to quickly ascertain if this is the content you are looking for.

Search your organization, PC, and Office 365 right from your taskbar

Whether it’s apps, documents, email messages, company resources, or people – across local devices and Office 365 – that same personalized search experience is now in Windows. Gives your employees a place to search for and quickly surface what they’re seeking, right from the taskbar. Find documents locally and in Office 365, even you can even query content inside the document. If you don’t remember where you put a document from folders on your PC or OneDrive or a group in SharePoint, searching via Windows is the fastest way to find it. In addition, demonstrating intelligent discovery when searching for people – based on who you work with most, you’ll see their contact options to connect instantly.



Finding colleagues straight from Windows, even search by just first name to quickly find the people you work with most

Bing for business – a new Microsoft Graph powered search experience in your browser

Search is built into so many of our activities during the work day and to support you further, we are announcing the Private Preview of a new modern workplace capability.
Bing for business is a new intelligent search experience for Microsoft 365, which uses AI and the Microsoft Graph to deliver more relevant search results based on your organizational context. This new experience from Bing for your enterprise, school, or organization helps users save time by intelligently and securely retrieving information from enterprise resources such as company data, people, documents, sites and locations as well as public web results, displaying them in a single experience. Bing for business can be used with a browser on any device, transforming the way employees search for information at work, ultimately making them more productive.

Utilizing your program or Windows look, you can safely surface business related outcomes notwithstanding web comes about as a feature of one basic interface.

Bing fills in as an incredible passage moment that you don’t know where to begin your hunt – effectively finding content from your intranet and the web. Exercises, for example, a brisk gaze upward of a partner you haven’t met some time recently, surfaces their profile information comfortable best of the program query items, connecting to their Delve profile and a supportive guide to their office area. Also, as you work as the day progressed, you may take two or three minutes amid your lunchbreak to look into ‘how to pay my human services supplier’ where Bing for business will surface a best wager specifically to the significant intranet page.

Protecting inquiries to the web is additionally vital for workers. Bing for business offers improved insurance for your Bing web hunts and treats your venture information consistently. Looking with Bing for business requires Azure Active Directory validation to get to comes about, and the outcomes that are returned are ones the confirmed client approaches, coming straightforwardly from the put stock in cloud. Pursuit questions are anonymized, collected over all organizations and isolated from open Bing look movement. Furthermore, these questions are not utilized for showing focused on promotion in view of your work or organization personality, and friends particular inquiries are not distinguishable by publicists. This gives a level of security inaccessible anyplace else in the business.

Bing for business is available for private preview starting today and will be available as part of existing subscriptions to Office 365 Enterprise E1, E3, E5, F1, Business Essentials, Business Premium, and Education E5 subscriptions. Get more information about Bing for business and if you are interested in receiving an invitation to participate in the private preview, visit


Surfacing answers and actions

Over the next year as Bing increases its connectivity scope within organizations, you will see more than simple search results and a move to actionable insights. Bing for business uses Machine Reading Comprehension and Deep Learning to understand the intent of the question across all documents in your enterprise. And since it knows who you are based on your authentication session, it can synthesize the best answer for your specific query across all the documents you can access – from the public internet to your private intranet. Using both the AI of Bing and the intelligence of the Microsoft Graph, a search will extract and surface up tasks and approvals directly in the browser for action. For example, expense reporting sourced from ERP system data will be available for approval. Asking natural language questions with answers that have been automatically extracted from existing intranet resources will also be possible. Combining the best of your intranet and internet experiences in a careful, considered way helps you find what you need to know fast, powered by a consistent set of results from the Microsoft Graph from across Office 365, of course including SharePoint.

Over the next year, you’ll see this same question and answer capability with the ease of natural language conversation available across other Microsoft 365 experiences, including SharePoint.


Within Office 365, quickly discover relevant documents, sites and apps

The new personalized intelligent search and discovery features are extending to wherever you get work done. We’re also pleased to have recently announced the evolution of your starting point to all Office 365 services, When you log into to, you’ll see a beautiful new experience, optimized to help you discover relevant documents in your intranet, surface most recently used content, sites and folders and learn about the other capabilities of Office to help you unlock your creativity. Offering personalized search across Office 365, your web apps and content, people and SharePoint sites, right from and recommended section surfaces recent activity that’s most relevant to you.


Transform images into findable content automatically

Visual content is a rich source of information and the SharePoint and OneDrive teams have been working hard to tap that source to make them an even better experience for you.

This summer, we announced the ability to search for photos using the objects that are in them. When you upload an image into OneDrive or SharePoint, whether a snap of a whiteboard, a business card, a receipt, a screen shot, a vector graphic, line drawing or even x-ray film, we’ll automatically detect it, and make it available in search, without you having to do anything other than upload the image.

Augmenting that, we’re pleased to announce our ability to extract text out of images, whether they were originally printed on paper or digital. We’re using intelligent services behind the scenes, so your search experience doesn’t change in OneDrive or SharePoint. Connect to people, events, projects and meetings using both detected objects and image metadata, such as date and location


Upload your images through your iOS or Android phone or PC, and they’ll become searchable soon after. This feature will be made available within a couple of weeks after Ignite.

Extract text and objects for easy recall. Use them as triggers to classify in SharePoint and OneDrive and we’ll have more to share early next year on integrating even deeper into your workflow.

Unified search for global clients with multi-geo capabilities for Microsoft 365

Our commitment to your privacy and control over your own data has never been stronger. Today we are announcing support for Multi-Geo Search whether your data is stored in many data regions around the world or just a couple. The index of the data will be stored locally in region with the data, and the search results will span and unify those indices based on your search and location.

Multi-geo search capabilities for M365 will surface in the enterprise search center, OneDrive, SharePoint home and Delve and as customer you will be able to add a query parameter to enable multi-geo search anywhere.

We’re excited to share these new capabilities to help you harness collective knowledge and unlock creativity in your organization. Happy finding, less searching!

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Microsoft OfficeSetup Tech Summit Toronto Dec 13-14 2017

We traveled to Toronto, Canada for our fourth city on the Microsoft Tech Summit tour! Over 3,000 attendees braved the cold weather for two days of intensive technical learning with Microsoft at a completely sold-out event.

There were two packed days of content for attendees at the Tech Summit Toronto, from keynotes to theater sessions to breakouts.

Day 1 of Tech Summit Toronto included two keynotes: “Microsoft Azure: Cloud for All” with Arpah Shah, General Manager, Azure Infrastructure Marketing, and “Create a modern workplace with Office 365” with Catherine Boeger, General Manager, Microsoft Office Marketing.

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Announcing the General Availability of Microsoft Officecom Graph reporting APIs

General Availability of Microsoft Graph reporting APIs for retrieving Office 365 product usage data

The usage reports in the Office 365 admin center enable admins to understand their company’s usage across the Office 365 services. However, many of you have existing reporting solutions such as a company reporting application or a web portal in place. To assure that you can monitor your IT services in one unified location, the usage reporting APIs complement the usage reports and allow organizations and independent software vendors to incorporate Office 365 usage data into their existing reporting solutions. Using these APIs, you can retrieve the data available in all of the usage reports, including organization level summaries per service, entity level (user, sites, accounts) usage information for reporting periods of the last 7/30/90/180 days, and daily activity aggregates.

Get started with the new APIs

The new APIs are available now, and any user with global admin, product admin rights (for Exchange, Skype for Business and SharePoint), or a reports reader role can retrieve data through these APIs.

You can leverage the Microsoft Graph documentation for the reporting API and submit feature requests by asking or voting on an idea on UserVoice. Please submit questions by posting them on Stack Overflow and tagging microsoft graph.

With this announcement, we are announcing the deprecation of the following APIs within the Office 365 Reporting Web Service: ConnectionbyClientType, ConnectionbyClientTypeDetail, CsActiveUser, CsAVConferenceTime, CsP2PAVTime, CsConference, CsP2PSession, GroupActivity, MailboxActivity, GroupActivity, MailboxUsage, MailboxUsageDetail, StaleMailbox and StaleMailboxDetail.

We will remove these APIs, as well as any related PowerShell cmdlets, on January 29, 2018.

If you are currently using APIs or any of the related PowerShell cmdlets from the Office 365 Reporting Web Service, please start planning the migration of any subsystems within your organization. Below is a summary of the APIs and cmdlets that will be deprecated.

Office 365 Reporting web service

reference page

Office 365 reporting-related

Windows PowerShell cmdlets

Description MS Graph Replacement
CsActiveUser* reports Get-CsAVConferenceTimeReport The number of active, logged-in Lync Online users during the reporting period This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

CsAVConferenceTime* reports Get-CsActiveUserReport The amount of time logged-in organization users participated in Lync Online conferences during the reporting period This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at………

CsP2PAVTime* reports Get-CsP2PAVTimeReport
CsConference* reports Get-CsConferenceReport The count of Lync Online conferences and peer-to-peer sessions during the reporting period. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at………

CsP2PSession* reports Get-CsP2PSessionReport
ConnectionbyClientType* reports Get-ConnectionByClientTypeReport The number and types of email client-access methods used by the organization’s users during the reporting period. For example, Outlook Web Access, Exchange Web services, and so on. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…
ConnectionbyClientTypeDetail* reports Get-ConnectionByClientTypeDetailReport
GroupActivity* reports Get-GroupActivityReport Office 365 user groups created and deleted, summarized over the indicated time periods. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

MailboxActivity* reports


GroupActivity* reports




Office 365 users created and deleted, summarized over the indicated time periods. Active Directory Domain Services (AD DS) replication can sometimes delay this information up to a day. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

MailboxUsage report Get-MailboxUsageReport Summary and detailed statistics about organization user mailboxes. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at

MailboxUsageDetail report Get-MailboxUsageDetailReport
MailDetail report Get-MailDetailReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailDetailDlpPolicy report Get-MailDetailDlpPolicyReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailDetailMalware report Get-MailDetailMalwareReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailDetailSpam report Get-MailDetailSpamReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailDetailTransportRule report Get-MailDetailTransportRuleReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailFilterList report Get-MailFilterListReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailTraffic report Get-MailTrafficReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailTrafficPolicy report Get-MailTrafficPolicyReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailTrafficSummary reports Get-MailTrafficSummaryReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MailTrafficTop report Get-MailTrafficTopReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MessageTrace report Get-MessageTrace This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MessageTraceDetail report Get-MessageTraceDetail This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
MxRecordReport report Get-MxRecordReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
OutboundConnectorReport report Get-OutboundConnectorReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
ServiceDeliveryReport report Get-ServiceDeliveryReport This method will continue to work as expected and is not impacted by this deprecation
Get-SPOActiveUserReport View statistics about Microsoft SharePoint Online users in your cloud-based organization. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

Get-SPOSkyDriveProDeployedReport View the number of My Site sites in your cloud-based organization. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

Get-SPOSkyDriveProStorageReport View statistics about the space taken up (in MB) by My Sites in your cloud-based organization. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

Get-SPOTeamSiteDeployedReport View the number of My Site sites in your cloud-based organization.


This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

Get-SPOTeamSiteStorageReport View statistics about the space taken up (in MB) by team sites in your cloud-based organization. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

Get-SPOTenantStorageMetricReport View statistics about the space taken up (in MB) by all sites in for your cloud-based organization. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at…

StaleMailbox report Get-StaleMailboxReport The details and summary counts of mailboxes that have not been accessed within the indicated time period. This method is being deprecated as of January 29, 2018. It is replaced by the new MS Graph Reporting API available at

StaleMailboxDetail report Get-StaleMailboxDetailReport


Custom Functions in Microsoft Excel: Developer Preview

Custom functions (similar to “user-defined functions”, or “UDFs”) are JavaScript functions that you can build as part of your add-in. Users can see and run those functions in Excel alongside built-in functions like =SUM or =VLOOKUP. The best part is that those same functions will work everywhere add-ins do: on your PC, Mac, and iPad, and even in Excel Online. But for now the Developer Preview is only available on Windows.

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Outlook for Android – Dec- 2017 Release Details

On December eleventh, 2017, Microsoft discharged a refreshed adaptation of Outlook for Android – Version 2.2.66 of every 73 dialects on the Google Play store here. In this refresh Outlook for Android has been confined into 10 dialects out of the blue. Those fresh out of the box new dialects are Amharic, Belarusian, Bosnian Latin, Hausa, Kazak, Khmer, Lao, Macedonian, Norwegian Nynorsk and Uzbek.

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The 73 languages we release Outlook for Android in are listed below:
1. Afrikaans
2. Albanian
3. Amharic (Just released in December 2017)
4. Arabic
5. Azerbaijani (Latin)
6. Bangla (Bangladesh)
7. Basque
8. Belarusian (Just released in December 2017)
9. Bosnian Latin (Just released in December 2017)
10. Bulgarian
11. Catalan
12. Chinese (Simplified)
13. Chinese (Traditional)
14. Croatian
15. Czech
16. Danish
17. Dutch
18. English (United Kingdom)
19. English (United States)
20. Estonian
21. Filipino
22. Finnish
23. French (Canada)
24. French (France)
25. Galician
26. German
27. Greek
28. Gujarati
29. Hausa (Just released in December 2017)
30. Hebrew
31. Hindi
32. Hungarian
33. Icelandic
34. Indonesian
35. Irish
36. Italian
37. Japanese
38. Kannada
39. Kazakh (Just released in December 2017)
40. Khmer (Just released in December 2017)
41. Kiswahili
42. Korean
43. Lao (Just released in December 2017)
44. Latvian
45. Lithuanian
46. Macedonian (Just released in December 2017)
47. Malay (Malaysia)
48. Malayalam
49. Marathi
50. Norwegian (Bokmal)
51. Norwegian (Nynorsk) (Just released in December 2017)
52. Persian
53. Polish
54. Portuguese (Brazil)
55. Portuguese (Portugal)
56. Romanian
57. Russian
58. Serbian (Cyrillic, Serbia)
59. Serbian (Latin, Serbia)
60. Slovak
61. Slovenian
62. Spanish (Mexico)
63. Spanish (Spain
64. Swedish
65. Tamil
66. Telugu
67. Thai
68. Turkish
69. Ukrainian
70. Urdu
71. Uzbek (Just released in December 2017)
72. Vietnamese
73. Zulu

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Search for words in your images in Microsoft 365

Unlock content inside of images easily with this new search capability in Office 365.

Earlier this year, we rolled out automatic detection of images that are uploaded to SharePoint and OneDrive. This intelligence identifies whether an image is a whiteboard, a receipt, outdoors, a business card, an X-ray and many other types. You can then search for ‘whiteboard’ and you’ll see all the whiteboard photos you’ve captured and uploaded.

Presently, as we reported at Ignite, any printed words in a picture are naturally identified, separated and made accessible. Utilizing PC vision innovation, when you transfer the picture, the area information (if accessible) from a photo, (for example, Oslo, Norway), and the distinguishing proof and extraction of content will happen naturally and wind up plainly accessible. You can look in SharePoint, OneDrive or to discover your catches.

Use visual content intelligence to simplify your work life

Many people complete expense reports for travel. While at a restaurant, snap a photo of the receipt. You can do this directly from the OneDrive mobile app, Office Lens mobile app, or just upload a photo you’ve taken with your device. Later on, when you go to file your expenses, you don’t have to remember where you stored it, but instead can search for something that you remember about the expense, for example ‘sushi’ or a location.


We’re excited to bring you this new capability and would love to hear how you use it and what ideas you have to make the service better. Let us know in the comments, or submit new ideas to

Frequently asked questions

What kinds of images can be made searchable?

There’s a great range with 21 different file formats including common ones such as “bmp”, “png”, “jpeg”, “jpg”, “gif”, “tif”, “tiff”, “raw”, and also “arw”, “cr2”, “crw”, “erf”, “mef”, “mrw”, “nef”, “nrw”, “orf”, “pef”, “rw2”, “rw1”, “sr2”.

What languages are supported?

Text extracted from an image is in the language captured from the image and is searchable in that language.

The detection of the image type right now is only English. For example, a receipt, business card whiteboard. In the future, we’ll automatically look at the language set on the SharePoint site that the image was uploaded to and translate the type into that language. In the case of OneDrive, we’ll translate it to the language you have set in your preferences.

What other features do you have planned?

We really want to connect your captures to workflows. The goal is to look at what the object is and take action based on it, via Flow or PowerApps, so we can help you move your work forward. We also will learn from patterns you have with types of objects – personalized learning, as part of the Microsoft Graph, to suggest actions and perform them automatically for you after the pattern is established.

Microsoft Office 365 for iPad & iPhone – December 2017 release details

On December 10th, 2017, Microsoft released an updated version of Office for iPad & iPhone to Office 365 subscribers – Version 2.8 in 35 languages.

From this months update you now have confident protection. You can prevent sensitive information from being viewed, printed, edited, or copied by unauthorized people. You can protect documents, spreadsheets, and presentations without leaving Word, Excel, or PowerPoint.

More information and help content on this release can be found at the What’s New in Office 365.


The 35 languages we release Office for iPad & iPhone in are listed below:

  1. Arabic
  2. Catalan
  3. Chinese (simplified)
  4. Chinese (traditional)
  5. Croatian
  6. Czech
  7. Danish
  8. Dutch
  9. English UK
  10. English US
  11. Finnish
  12. French France
  13. German
  14. Greek
  15. Hebrew
  16. Hindi
  17. Hungarian
  18. Indonesian
  19. Italian
  20. Japanese
  21. Korean
  22. Malay
  23. Norwegian (Bokmål)
  24. Polish
  25. Portuguese
  26. Portuguese Brazilian
  27. Romanian
  28. Russian
  29. Slovak
  30. Spanish (Spain)
  31. Swedish
  32. Thai
  33. Turkish
  34. Ukrainian
  35. Vietnamese

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