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“Along with the previous introduction of Binary Delta Compression, BITS will also make Office updates smaller and more efficient when on the network,” the firm added.
Microsoft released its first public preview of Office 2016 in March 2015, letting IT professionals and developers try it out.
In a blog post, Jared Spataro, general manager for the Office marketing team, wrote: “When you and your team are working in Word 2016 and/or Office online, you’ll be able to see where other editors are working and what they are writing—all in real-time.” The co-authoring feature will brought to various Windows desktop applications, starting with Word, he said.
Cloud Supporting Microsoft’s cloud-first, mobile-first strategy, Office 2016 will also let users create, open, edit and save files in the cloud straight from their desktops.
Machine learning Applications in Office 2016 will learn as you work, said Spataro, who cited new tools like Tell Me, a Word, Excel and Powerpoint feature that offers up possible actions based on a user typing what he or she wants to do.
Another example Spataro gave was Exchange tool Clutter, which uses machine learning to throw low priority emails into a ‘clutter’ folder.
As a result, Office 2016 updates will use Microsoft’s handy bit of software called Background Intelligent Transfer Service (BITS), which lets machines download upgrades only when there’s some spare bandwidth available.
Redmond said this would ensure Office is a “good citizen” on users’ networks.
Lync users will have a period of time in which they can switch to and from Skype for Business in order to familiarise themselves with the new setup, with Microsoft promising a smooth transition when the communication tool becomes fully integrated into the Office productivity suite.
One key feature in Office 2016 is the addition of Data Loss Protection (DLP), which was previously only available on Exchange, Outlook, One Drive for Business and Share Point.
“Now we’re bringing these same classification and policy features to Word, Excel and Power Point,” said Kirk Koenigsbauer, corporate VP for Office 365 Client Apps and Services, in a blog post.
Skype for Business Skype for Business is now being officially rolled out, with all users to be automatically switched from Lync by the end of May.
Microsoft has now begun the official rollout of Skype for Business, which users will find in the Office 2013/Office 365 monthly update, it was revealed in a blog post.