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- Identity & Threat Protection—This new package brings together security value across Office 365, Windows 10, and EMS in a single offering. It includes best of breed Outlook Tech Support Number
for advanced threat protection services including Microsoft Threat Protection (Azure Advanced Threat Protection (ATP), Windows Defender ATP, and Office 365 ATP including Threat Intelligence), as well as Microsoft Cloud App Security and Azure Active Directory. This offer will be available for $12 per user per month.*
- Information Protection & Compliance—This new package combines Office 365 Advanced Compliance and Azure Information Protection. It’s designed to help compliance and IT teams perform ongoing risk assessments across Microsoft Cloud services, automatically protect and govern sensitive data throughout its life cycle, and efficiently respond to regulatory requests leveraging intelligence. This offer will be available for $10 per user per month.*
All the value in these new offers remains available as part of the full Microsoft 365 suite, which also includes business analytics and our enterprise grade phone system and audio conferencing. The full Microsoft 365 E suite includes not only security and compliance capabilities, but also offerings in business analytics featuring Power BI, and communications with audio conferencing and advanced phone system value. Additionally, customers can continue to purchase security and compliance components on a standalone basis.
There are no price increases or service impacts associated with any of these changes. The new Identity & Threat Protection and Information Protection & Compliance offerings are designed to provide customers with simpler purchase, deployment, and adoption of these security and compliance workloads.
As we speak to customers about the future of work, we know security and compliance are some of the highest organizational priorities and we hope these new offerings will help them achieve their security and compliance goals.
With increasing participation in the gig economy—the contingent labor market made up of independent workers who contract for short-term engagements—enterprises are beginning to test and include freelance talent to support projects. According to the Future Workforce Report, 47 percent Outlook Technical Support Number of hiring managers at enterprise organizations utilized freelancers (up from 44 percent the prior year), while roughly 9 in 10 hiring managers say they are open to engaging freelancers rather than temporary workers through a staffing firm. To help enterprises digitally transform or complement their conventional contingent staff solutions, we’re launching Microsoft freelancer toolkit, a curated set of tools, templates, and best practices to help our customers launch, execute, and manage freelance programs at scale.
The gig economy, which includes freelancers, consultants, contractors, and entrepreneurs, is on the rise. According to Staffing Industry Analysts, the total spent on gig work in was $792 billion. Experts believe that within 10 years a larger proportion of the U.S. workforce will participate in the gig economy. In addition, according to Field Nation, 86 percent of independent workers intentionally choose freelancing.
The implications for enterprise companies are profound. To thrive in a highly competitive environment with rapidly changing technology and customer needs, enterprises must be agile and adapt to new business models to get work done with external talent. While adding on-demand freelance talent to the mix offers measurable results in speed and efficiency, the path to transforming existing policies and processes is largely undefined.
Our launch partner for this toolkit is Up work, one of the largest online global marketplaces with over 375,000 freelancers in over 180 countries. We specifically are partnering with Up work Enterprise, their end-to-end compliance and freelance talent sourcing solution.
The Microsoft 365 freelance toolkit offers solutions for the main friction points enterprises encounter when deploying a freelance program, including: internal communications and awareness, team-wide collaboration, data analytics, and workflow automation.
Thanks to the work of thousands of developers around the world who use SharePoint Framework to deliver deep customizations and new application types, millions of SharePoint users now experience modern team and communication sites tailored with SharePoint Framework. Use of extensions created with SharePoint Framework continues to grow rapidly and is on pace to keep doubling every six months. These customized SharePoint sites provide the stage for your organization, department, and team to showcase your best work. And with new capabilities—now in preview—you can bring these experiences to Microsoft Teams. As developers and business leaders look to solve business problems with new applications and new customization, we’re confident SharePoint Framework and the foundation of SharePoint will provide an attractive, friendly option to deliver tailored Microsoft 365 experiences.
Rapid growth of SharePoint Framework capabilities
Since its launch 20 months ago, SharePoint Framework has continually evolved to support an expanding set of use cases—such as business data dashboards and document integrations—and has delivered company-wide links and tools. Now in its eighth update after launch, SharePoint Framework has added new capabilities, including easier deployment options across your Office 365 sites, the ability to use Office 365 to host application elements, and built-in capabilities to work with a variety of web services. SharePoint Framework also works with on-premises SharePoint Server 2019, as well as SharePoint Server 2016 via Feature Pack 2.
Next stop: foundation for applications across Microsoft 365
The latest release of SharePoint Framework may be the most significant. New capabilities, in preview, empower developers to create full application experiences built on Ricoh Printer Support Number Microsoft 365 components. Developers can create applications that are hosted in the familiar frame of SharePoint, which leverages infrastructure such as Microsoft Graph services, SharePoint lists, and document libraries—all in one centrally hosted application page.
SharePoint Framework is expanding to be a foundation for applications in Teams. Through recently announced interoperability, tabs from Teams now show up as web parts and applications in SharePoint, and web parts from SharePoint can show up in Teams. In addition, customizations to document libraries will also show in document libraries in Teams. Wherever teams collaborate, customizations built on the foundation of SharePoint pages and documents are close at hand.