OneNote is one of the great apps you get with your Office 365 subscription. OneNote lets you capture your ideas, write, sketch or type your thoughts, and easily organize everything in one place. You can even clip links and web pages, insert photos and videos, embed tables and attach files.

During the past two weeks, we made OneNote even better, adding four major updates to OneNote for Mac, OneNote for iPad and OneNote for iPhone, and making One Note available for Kindle Fire and the new Fire phone from Amazon. We also highlighted a very useful existing feature—the Insert Space tool—that lets you easily split the body of your notes and insert additional space so you can add new text or drawings. Just one more way that OneNote is better than paper.

But OneNote isn’t the only thing we’ve been focusing on lately. We also added several highly requested features to Office for iPad, launched Office 365 Development Patterns and Practices to help developers build business solutions on Office 365, and provided new tools to help Office 365 administrators stay informed and more easily manage cloud services, client devices and cloud IT environments.

Below is a round-up of some key news items from the last couple of weeks. Enjoy!

Office 365′s free terabyte leaves Amazon’s Glacier melting – Discover how Office 365 offers more storage and productivity for less money than other cloud solutions.

Montgomery County, PA: How government can become more dynamic, responsive, and cost-effective through Office 365 – Learn why Montgomery County, Pennsylvania, chose Office 365.

Center for American Progress: Office 365 helps keep information flowing – Discover why the Center for American Progress relies on Office 365 for its vital communications.

Microsoft helps the British & Irish Lions rugby team take 100 million fans on a victorious journey – Discover how a winning combination of Microsoft apps, devices and cloud services kept 100 million rugby fans in the center of the action.

Microsoft sees huge gains in commercial cloud revenue – Find out how Microsoft’s commercial cloud services business is growing rapidly and serving customers well.

Retaining a competitive advantage: Why staying current with UC matters – Learn how MWH Global, a major engineering firm, uses Microsoft unified communications (UC) solutions to sharpen its competitive edge.

Brad Smith in WSJ op-ed: We’re fighting the feds over your email – Microsoft General Counsel Brad Smith explains why Microsoft is protecting user privacy by opposing a U.S. government demand for access to a customer’s email stored in a Dublin datacenter.


Category: News; Office 365
Published: 8/2/2014 10:11