Microsoft's annual Tech-Ed conference ended today in Altanta, Ga. Here's a round-up of our (and our sister sites') coverage from this week:
With a new Cortana feature, Microsoft brushes off one of its old ideas for helping Outlook users stick to their tasks and answer their e-mails.
Microsoft outlined some recent security and compliance enhancements that are either already available or will be coming to Microsoft 365 tenancies using OneDrive and SharePoint by year's end.
Microsoft recently described new Teams features to come, with many of them aiming to make the remote videoconferencing experience feel more like an actual physical meeting.
Microsoft's new personal finance tool hints at what's in store for next-generation Office applications, from more third-party integrations to subscription requirements.
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