Microsoft Announces Expansion Of Microsoft 365 – Introducing Microsoft 365 F1
Microsoft study finds that 74% of Malaysia’s workers expect their organizations to invest in culture development and 68% expect leaders to close the digital skills gap. To address this sort of mindset, Microsoft has unveil their expansion of Microsoft 365.
The study has found that the following factors influence the culture of work in Malaysia today; Increasingly mobile workforce and exposure to new security risks, The rise of diverse teams, Gaps in employees’ digital skills even as leaders are in the motion of embracing digital transformation.
The rise of digital technologies, along with a new generation of millenials entering the workforce, has brought about a need to address changing workers’ expectations, knowledge and skills, as well as the tools they use. And with more than half of the world’s millenials residing in Asia, the workplace will need to transform to adept to the technology habits of these digital natives. In addition, due to deployment of advanced and emerging technologies, organizations need to relook at reskilling its workforce to develop creative and strategic skills for the future. Michal Golebiewski, Chief Marketing & Operations Officer, Microsoft Malaysia
Microsoft plans to help cope with this issue is with the release of Microsoft 365 F1. It provides purpose-built capabilities that helps foster firstline culture and community, train and upskill employees, digitalize business process, deliver real-time expertise, and minimize risk and cost.
The Microsoft 365 F1 brings together Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility + Security to empower more than 2 billion firstline workers worldwide. It features Online capabilities into Microsoft Teams, making Teams the true hub for teamwork in Office 365.
In addition, it gives intelligent search experience that uses AI and machine learning to deliver more relevant search results everywhere you search across Microsoft 365. It delivers improved Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) features like advanced anti-phishing capabilities, expanded protection to Sharepoint Online, OneDrive for Business, and Microsoft Teams and integration between cloud and on premises identify threat detection.
Organizations that still use Office 2007 should take note as end of support will happen on 11 October, and because of that, they are encouraged to move to Office 365 or Microsoft 365 to stay supported.
Pokdepinion: To think that recently with the Office 2019 update news, and suddenly this news coming up. What a coincidence.