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Adelaide Office 365 User Group August 2021 Intro

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August 2021 Meeting
Daniel Brown MACS – User Group Lead

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Adelaide Office 365 User Group August 2021 Intro

  1. 1. Adelaide Office 365 User Group
  2. 2. August 2021 Meeting Daniel Brown MACS – User Group Lead
  3. 3. Daniel Brown MACS
  4. 4. Adelaide Office 365 User Group
  5. 5. What does Adelaide Office365 User Group Cover?
  6. 6. Australian Computer Society http://www.acs.org.au
  7. 7. Australian Computer Society http://www.acs.org.au
  8. 8. Internet Explorer 11 is dead! Microsoft have decided to retire Internet Explorer 11 in favour of Microsoft Edge. Note: Webdav/Network Drives August 17th, 2021 – all support ended for M365 apps. Plan your deployment of Microsoft Edge - Plan your deployment of Microsoft Edge | Microsoft Docs
  9. 9. Internet Explorer 11 is dead! Impact: • Webdav /Drives -> OneDrive for Business • Explorer View – OneDrive for Business • LOB Applications -> Update • Toolbars & Extentions -> Update / New Versions LOB Applications may still required Internet Explorer 11 – It is important to see if these applications have a plan to update to be able to use a modern browser such as Microsoft Edge, Chrome or Firefox.
  10. 10. Office 2010 support has ended! Microsoft have changed support with SharePoint 2010 due to COVID19! Microsoft support for Office 2010 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook, etc) finished on 13th of October, 2020! With Office 2010 end of support, security updates will stop. Office apps will work, but you may be exposed to security risks. Upgrading is recommended. More information can be found at: https://products.office.com/en-us/office- 2010-end-of-support
  11. 11. SharePoint 2010 Support Extended has ended Microsoft has ended Extended Support for the following products, Support ended April 13, 2021:  SharePoint Foundation 2010  SharePoint Server 2010  Project Server 2010 Support was meant to end in October 2020, However due to COVID, Microsoft extended support until April 2021. Full details can be found at: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/microsoft- sharepoint-blog/revised-end-of-support-date-for-sharepoint-server-2010-april- 13/ba-p/1285559
  12. 12. SharePoint 2013 End of Life • End of Extended Support for Service Pack 1 : 11/04/2023 Start the plan now!
  13. 13. SharePoint 2016 & 2019 End of Life • End of Extended Support: 14/07/2026 While we still have some time to go, The sooner the better you are migrated.
  14. 14. Microsoft Teams passes 250m monthly active users
  15. 15. Windows 11 is here! • Hybrid work and learning • Big Improvements over Windows 10 • New Start Menu • New Task Bar, Settings & Action Center • OneDrive 64 bit • Easer, Smoother UI • Dark Mode • Via Windows update? More details at: Windows 11: The operating system for hybrid work and learning | Microsoft 365 Blog
  16. 16. Windows 365 / Cloud is here! • Windows 10 and Windows 11 supported • Looking at about $30 USD per month (subject to change) • Available August 2, 2021 • More aimed towards Business & Enterprise • Kind of like: • Cloud based Terminal Services • Anyone Remember Remote Desktops Services? Thin OS? More detail at: https://www.microsoft.com/en-au/windows-365 & Introducing a new era of hybrid personal computing: the Windows 365 Cloud PC | Microsoft 365 Blog
  17. 17. SharePoint Server Subscription Edition • Modern • TLS 1.3 Support • Upgrade from SP 2016 • Windows Server 2022 supported • Enhanced People Picker!
  18. 18. Microsoft Press Discount
  19. 19. Meeting Lineup - 2021 • September - Asish Padhy - Microsoft Viva: the concept and practical business approach  October – Andrew Ly (MVP) - What’s new in Dynamics 365 / Power Platform 2021 Release Wave 2  Octover (Deep Dive) – Cameron Dwyer (MVP) – Graph Toolkit • November – Daniel Holme (MSFT) – Ignite News • (Early) December – Sandra Grdosic (MSFT) – Insights around Microsoft Teams
  20. 20. Meeting Lineup - 2022 • February – Pen Lewin (MSFT) / Will Wakelin – TBA • March - Michael Noel (rMVP) – TBA • April - Daniel Anderson (MVP) – TBA • May – Jag Kakarlapudi (rMVP) – TBA • June – Harsh Mishra - TBA • July - Shakir Majeed (MVP) - TBA • August – Daniel Brown (rMVP) - TBA • September – Chris Hoard (MVP) - TBA • October – TBA - TBA • November – TBA - TBA • (Early) December – TBA - TBA
  21. 21. Local Groups  Adelaide Office 365 User Group  Adelaide .NET User Group (ADNUG)  Adelaide Data & Analytics User Group  Adelaide Power BI User Group  Adelaide Dynamics 365 User Group Australia  Adelaide Azure User Group  Adelaide IT Pro User Community  Australian Computer Society events  IT Project Management Special Interest Group (SIG)  Knowledge Management Special Interest group (SIG)
  22. 22. Next Month User Group Meeting details!  When: Tuesday, the 21st of September, 2021  Where: Microsoft Teams Webinar  Early Bird Registration at https://ao365ug21092021.eventbrite.com.au  Speaker: Asish Padhy  Topic: Microsoft Viva: the concept and practical business approach Participants will gain an understanding of Microsoft Viva offerings with comparative view of them (Learning vs Connection vs Topics vs Insights) and how it corresponds to business requirements that an organisation might have.
  23. 23. Social Media Website: http://www.ao365ug.org.au/ Website: http://www.aspug.org.au/
  24. 24. Shakir Majeed Khan (MVP)
  25. 25. Next Month User Group Meeting details!  When: Tuesday, the 21st of September, 2021  Where: Microsoft Teams Webinar  Early Bird Registration at https://ao365ug21092021.eventbrite.com.au  Speaker: Asish Padhy  Topic: Microsoft Viva: the concept and practical business approach Participants will gain an understanding of Microsoft Viva offerings with comparative view of them (Learning vs Connection vs Topics vs Insights) and how it corresponds to business requirements that an organisation might have.
  26. 26. Adelaide Office 365 User Group – August 2021

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