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SaaS Updates for July 1, 2016

BetterCloud Monitor

July 1, 2016

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Microsoft published a roundup of improvements made to the Office 365 admin center over the last month. Box introduced a new content migration service called Box Shuttle, and also announced it was improving the way customers share and collaborate on Box.

What’s New in Office 365 Administration—June Update – Additional user management options, enhanced export capabilities and better guidance on next steps are some of the improvements we focused on in June to improve existing features in the new Office 365 admin center. Of course, we all love completely new features, but we want to make sure that the new admin center really makes it easier, faster and more efficient for you to manage Office 365. Based on your feedback, we took a critical look at the existing features to see how we can further improve them to provide you with the best management experience possible.

Box Shuttle – This week Box announced a new content migration service called Box Shuttle that makes it easier than ever for Box customers to fully move to the cloud and replace costly servers and legacy ECM systems. They’re proud to be the first cloud provider to directly enable even the biggest companies in the world to migrate millions of files from wherever their data lives and also make the content smarter in the process.

Single File Collaboration – Box is improving the way customers share and collaborate on Box, beginning with Box Notes. Users will be able to collaborate on a specific Box Note versus having to be invited to a folder in order to collaborate (the current experience).