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    Welcome to the Office 365 Service Upgrades and Updates wiki page — your one-stop location to learn about exciting new features and improvements to Office 365. Service Upgrades A service upgrade is a major release of new features and functionality. It's similar to a new version of the product...
  • Wiki Page: Service Updates for Office 365 for enterprises, mid-size businesses, and education (English)

    Welcome to the Service Updates wiki for Office 365 for enterprises, mid-size businesses, and education. Here you will find information about the latest features and improvements to Office 365. 2014 January 2014 Previous Years: 2013 2012 2011 back to top January 2014...
  • Wiki Page: Office 365 Service Upgrade Center for Enterprise

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  • Wiki Page: FAQ regarding Office ProPlus

    Am I required to upgrade from Office ProPlus 2010 to Office 365 ProPlus? Yes. If you have users who installed Office 2010 Subscription, you are required to upgrade to new version of Office 365 ProPlus by 8 April 2014. Why 8 April 2014? The new version of Office 365 ProPlus requires Windows...
  • Wiki Page: Service Upgrade Changes for Policy Rules

    When Microsoft performs your service upgrade to the new Office 365, your organization is upgraded from Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) to Microsoft Exchange Online Protection (EOP). Policy migration happens after your domain settings and users are migrated. When your policy...
  • Wiki Page: Learn more about the migration status report

    Microsoft is migrating all Office 365 customers to the new version. The migration report informs you about issues that may have occurred during your migration. Some features have changed from prior versions, so it isn’t always possible to migrate each setting. If a setting had to be changed during...
  • Wiki Page: Feature Differences Between FOPE and EOP

    When customers using Forefront Online Protection for Exchange (FOPE) are upgraded to Exchange Online Protection (EOP), including Exchange Online and FOPE-standalone customers, there are behavior changes and feature differences to take note of. The following list highlights these changes: Quarantine...
  • Wiki Page: Resources for Admins

    TechNet offers a wealth of helpful content for those new to Office 365 and current users and admins. We want to highlight a few articles that we think will be of most interest to IT Pros who have been using the Office 365 service for some time. Office ProPlus Deployment Guide for the new Office...
  • Wiki Page: What to do after the service upgrade

    After the service upgrade, there are a few tasks you'll need to take care of. If you use SharePoint Online, upgrade each of your sites If you use Lync, upgrade your client If you have a subscription to Office ProPlus (E3), upgrade to the next version of Office If you use SharePoint...
  • Wiki Page: Feature FAQ: Early Upgrade

    What is the "Early Upgrade" feature? The "Early Upgrade " feature lets you select up to 100 users to be upgraded within the next 24-48 hours. It's intended to give you a process analogous to a "pilot" so you can try out the service upgrade with a small group...
  • Wiki Page: Early Upgrade

    This feature is currently disabled for all customers. Some organizations pilot new technology products before rolling them out to everyone. The "Early Upgrade" feature is designed to let you do that. Once you've received your initial scheduling email, you can select up to 100 people...