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SaaS Updates for June 7, 2016

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June 7, 2016

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Google announced that Gmail IMAP/POP will no longer support SSLv3 and RC4 connections after June 16, 2016. Microsoft announced the general availability of Planner, a tool that lets teams create plans and organize tasks. It also introduced the Outlook watch face for Android Wear, where users can quickly see an overview of their day’s schedule. Salesforce introduced a new feature, Lightning Voice, which enables voice calls directly within Sales Cloud.

Gradually Disabling Support for SSLv3 and RC4 for Gmail IMAP/POP Mail Clients After June 16, 2016 – Last month, Google announced plans to no longer support two very old security systems called SSLv3 and RC4 when sending messages with Gmail SMTP, and today, they are announcing that Gmail IMAP/POP will follow suit and no longer support SSLv3 and RC4 connections after June 16, 2016.

Microsoft Planner Ready for Showtime – Today marks the general availability of Microsoft Planner. Over the next several weeks, Planner will roll out to all eligible Office 365 customers worldwide. This includes Office 365 Enterprise E1–E5, Business Essentials, Premium and Education subscription plans.

A Deeper Look at Outlook for Android Wear – Microsoft is introducing the Outlook watch face for Android Wear. With the Outlook watch face, you can quickly see an overview of your day’s schedule along with key details on where you need to be next. Staying on top of your day has never been easier.

Introducing New Lightning Voice in Salesforce: Sell Smarter and Faster with Click-to-Call – Salesforce is excited to help salespeople sell faster and smarter with the delivery of Lightning Voice in Sales Cloud. With this latest breakthrough, we’re connecting you faster to what matters most – your customers – by enabling voice calls directly within Sales Cloud. Now, you can call customers, receive calls, automatically log calls and easily take notes.

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