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SaaS Updates for May 25, 2016

BetterCloud Monitor

May 25, 2016

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Yesterday, Microsoft announced a new web tool for IT admins and partners to test out its new OneNote Class Notebook APIs. Dropbox Enterprise also rolled out a new feature that prohibits users from moving shared folders to their local desktop.

Teacher Only Spaces, Collaboration Space Lockdown, Subgroup Creation and More with the New Class Notebook API Updates – With the preview launch of our new OneNote Class Notebook APIs in February, we received a lot of interest and feedback from IT administrators and Microsoft Education Partners. The Class Notebook APIs allow IT admins, Partners and others to automate the creation and updates of OneNote Class Notebooks across a school or district. This allows for large time savings and efficiency for teachers, as well as school IT staff.

Dropbox Enterprise Now Prohibits Moving Shared Folders to the Desktop – Cloud file syncing and sharing service Dropbox said it’s rolling out a new feature, starting with its Dropbox Enterprise service tier, that should stop some unintended problems from cropping up. The service essentially stops users from dragging a shared folder onto their local desktop, an action that ordinarily stops everyone else from accessing the folder.