What’s new in Exchange Online Brian Shiers Technical Product Manager | Exchange ITP04 Agenda Overview of Exchange release cycle Email challenges Demo latest from the world of Exchange Q&A Disclaimer This presentation contains preliminary information that may be changed substantially prior to final commercial release of the software described herein. The information contained in this presentation represents the current view of Microsoft Corporation on the issues discussed as of the date of the presentation. Because Microsoft must respond to changing market conditions, it should not be interpreted to be a commitment on the part of Microsoft, and Microsoft cannot guarantee the accuracy of any information presented after the date of the presentation. This presentation is for informational purposes only. MICROSOFT MAKES NO WARRANTIES, EXPRESS, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, AS TO THE INFORMATION IN THIS PRESENTATION. 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Cumulative update Cumulative update Cumulative Updates New version Cumulative update Service pack Service Packs vNext H2 2015 New version “ “ “ There’s too much stuff in my inbox; I can’t keep up Important email get buried underneath other clutter People send documents as attachments, so we end up with versioning problems “ “ “ Too much of our company’s knowledge is locked up in people’s email As email data grows, its hard to keep up with legal and regulatory requirements We need better tools for keeping our company’s email safe, private, and secure What’s New In Exchange Online Social Email Work Smarter Security and Compliance People view Clutter view Tame email overload with tools that help you focus on what’s important and work more efficiently Rich content App enhancements Search enhancements OWA for devices Shipped Q1 2014 Next version Shipped: Q4 2014 No release Shipped: Q2 2014 Next version Shipped Q1 2014 Shipped 2013 SP1 Target: Q1 2015 Next version iPhone and iPad Android phone Shipped Jul 2013 Shipped 2013 SP1 Shipped Target: Jun 2014 Future CU Groups Group email experience Combine the strengths of email with social technologies to make groupbased work easier and make your organization more agile Group calendar experience Document collaboration Shipped: Oct 2014 TBD Shipped: Oct 2014 TBD Shipped: Oct 2014 TBD Shipped: Oct 2014 TBD One identity Azure Active Directory (AAD) is the master for Group identity and membership across Office 365 (Exchange, SharePoint,…). Exchange EXODS Federated resources O365 services extend with their data. (E.g. conversations stored in Exchange mailbox & documents stored in OneDrive for a group) Loose coupling Services notify each other of changes to a group (e.g. creation, deletion, updates) Using sync from AAD to EXODS, & SPODS they achieve reliability if they miss notifications. Group Mailbox Conversations Calendar AAD SharePoint Group identity Identity Resource URLs Owners Members SPODS Group site Documents OneNote Lists Additional workloads Local directory Workload resources Workload scenarios Target: Q4 2014 Next version Compliance center Data loss prevention Office 365 Message Encryption Exchange Online Protection Protect your organization’s data and comply with legal requirements using tools that are integrated and easy to use Target: Q4 2014 Next version Initial release Shipped: Q2 2013 Shipped: 2013 Mobile Policy Tips, Doc. fingerprinting Shipped: Q1 2014 Shipped: 2013 SP1 SharePoint and OneDrive search Shipped: Q3 2014 Next version Not applicable Initial Release Shipped: Feb 2014 One Time Passcode Shipped: Oct 2014 iOS & Android Apps Target: Q4 2014 Not applicable Transport rule search Bulk updating of word lists Dictionary files for ETR/Policy Enhanced Anti-Phishing Extended Message Trace Configure End User Spam Notification Policy by group , domain or user Custom Content and Malware Filter for specified user, group, or domains Junk Mail Reporting for OWA Increased Domain Limit Remote PowerShell Access Directory Based Edge Blocking Support Support for for IPV6 IPv6 End User Access to Quarantine International Spam Filtering User/Groups in EOP Self-signed certificate (TLS) Advanced Threat Protection Expanding Geocentric affinity DKIM Outbound Message Quarantine enhancements Strengthened coverage against malicious URLs Enhanced Bulk mail Protection DMARC-Inbound & Outbound Detailed Reporting & Message Tracking Deferal alert Enhanced Reporting Match Subdomains Transport rule reporting improvements DKIM Inbound Bulk Mail Enhancements Improved Admin UI including search capabilities Increased policies from 100 to 300 What’s New In Exchange Work Smarter Social Email Personalized tools to tame email overload and help you focus on what’s important Unified groups and a new approach to attachments that make sharing and collaboration easier Security and Compliance Expanding set of built-in DLP, eDiscovery, encryption, and filtering capabilities Resources ENGAGE WITH US Office 365 Network aka.ms/Office365Network Exchange IT Pro Group STAY INFORMED blogs.office.com aka.ms/ehlo © 2014 Microsoft Corporation. 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