Your core destination for all information about the release of Office Setup 365 prepared by the Microsoft Australia team to NSW DEC schools from the Microsoft in Education team and our wider community.
Welcome to the Microsoft Australia NSW DEC Office365 User Guide. Here you will find all the information, resources, links, tips and tricks related to using Office 365 in your schools and classrooms across New South Wales.
The set of tools in Office 365 are used around the world to support teaching and learning, and offer a wide range of educational benefits. These online services will assist schools in using a Bring Your Own Device strategy, allowing students and staff to collaborate from any device, anywhere they have access to the internet.In the video below, see how Campbelltown Performing Arts High School have used Office 365 in their school.
Microsoft Office 365 (Link to DEC Intranet) is a set of web-based applications that enable collaboration and creation in the classroom. This service includes online versions of Office products such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint and OneNote. In addition, Microsoft Office 365 offers collaboration and sharing opportunities via OneDrive and OneNote Class & Staff Notebook.
OneNote Support Guide
A comprehensive guide to using Office 365 in your classrooms and schools has been developed as a OneNote notebook.
Other Support Resources
For questions, queries and to learn from other users of Office 365 in NSW DEC, please visit the O365 Yammer community here.
Technical support information about using these services in the DEC environment is available via the Learning Tools Technical Support site (DEC Intranet)
To view the Microsoft NSW DEC Student privacy charter please click here.
How to Videos
In these videos, you will learn some ways you can use Office 365 in your classroom.
Using Excel for student performance tracking
Using OneNote to share assignments, collect homework and more in your classroom.
Simply collaborate with your class using Word Online
Missing a key security signal could mean not catching a breach, but the number of security signals is increasing exponentially. It’s becoming impossible to manually prioritize them. That’s why Office 365 applies intelligence to help you proactively manage risk and ward off threats. Today, we’re pleased to introduce several new capabilities in Office 365 that help you manage risk and stay ahead of threats:
Office 365 Secure Score—A new security analytics tool that applies a score to Office 365 customers’ current Office 365 security configuration.
Office 365 Threat Intelligence Private Preview—Service that leverages billions of data points from the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph to provide actionable insights to the global threat landscape and help customers stay ahead of cyber threats. Office 365 Threat Intelligence is now in private preview, with general availability planned for later this quarter.
Office 365 Advanced Data Governance Preview—Applies machine learning to help customers find and retain the most important data to them while eliminating redundant, obsolete and trivial data that could cause risk if compromised. Office 365 Advanced Data Governance is now in preview, with general availability planned for later this quarter.
Know your Office 365 Secure Score
Do you know how you’d be rated if someone were to evaluate your security configuration? To give you better visibility into your Office 365 security configuration and the security features available to you, we’re pleased to introduce Secure Score—a new security analytics tool. Secure Score helps you understand your current Office 365 security configuration and shows you how implementing additional controls can further enhance your security and reduce risk.*
Here’s how it works:
Secure Score Summary—Displays your Secure Score and provides access to view your Score Analyzer. Your Secure Score, the numerator, is the sum of the points associated with security configurations that you have partially or fully adopted. The total score, the denominator, is the sum of the points associated with all the security controls that are available to you through your Office 365 plan.
In this example, the Secure Score is 130 out of 273 points possible:
Score Summary window showing your Secure Score.
Score Analyzer—Allows you to track and report on your score over time. The graph shows your Secure Score on any date in the past, what specific actions you completed and which actions were available to you. Your score results can also be exported to a CSV file for easy planning and communication with your organizations.
Score Analyzer graph showing the Secure Score over time.
In append to providing perception, Secure Score provides suggestions regarding the realizable behavior you can take to include your security viewpoint. These suggestions are prioritized based once quotation to the order of the effectiveness of the fighting and level of impact to fade away users. Actions that are intensely in force as soon as low level of adherent impact are placed at the top, followed by measures that are less in force and more impactful to users. You can as well as filter happenings in the list when criteria such as those that have low fall fanatic impact or that apply to devotee accounts.
Secure Score can play an important role in a holistic security strategy, which encompasses how an organization strengthens its risk controls, mitigates potential losses and offsets some of the risk. To help businesses strengthen their security position, property and casualty insurer The Hartford will consider a customer’s Office 365 Secure Score as a part of the cyber insurance underwriting process.
“We believe aligning the solutions between security and insurance can make a real difference. By encouraging the use of an innovative security analytics tool like Office 365 Secure Score and making it a part of the underwriting process, businesses have more information to make risk-based decisions around privacy and security, potentially reducing their exposure to loss.” —Tom Kang, head of Cyber Insurance at The Hartford
This builds upon the endorsement of Office 365 made by insurance industry leader AIG last year.
Watch this Microsoft Mechanics video for an in-depth look at Secure Score:
To learn more about Secure Score, check out your score and see recommendations on how you can increase your security position in Office 365, go to securescore.office.com.
Office 365 Threat Intelligence—now in private preview
According to a recent Ponemon Institute study, the average cost of a data breach has risen to $4 million. These costs can include litigation, the effects of brand or reputation damage, potential lost sales, and in some cases, complete business closure. Organizations that are prepared for a breach by spending on appropriate staffing, security training and security products can ultimately reduce their long-term costs.
office setup 365 Threat Intelligence uses the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph to analyze billions of data points from global datacenters, Office clients, email, user authentications and other incidents that impact the Office 365 ecosystem, as well as signals from our Windows and Azure ecosystems—to provide actionable insights to global attack trends.
It provides opinion more or less malware families inside and outdoor your handing out, including breach information surrounded by details, bearing in mind how much bitcoin the attackers typically request in ransomware attacks. Office 365 Threat Intelligence with integrates seamlessly previously added Office 365 security features gone Exchange Online Protection and Advanced Threat Protection, for that excuse youll be supple to see analysis, including the peak targeted users, malware frequency and security recommendations connected to your event.
Office 365 Threat Intelligence provides this visibility, along with rich insights and recommendations on mitigating cyber-threats, ultimately supporting a proactive defense posture, leading to long-term reduced organizational costs.
The Office 365 Threat Intelligence Dashboard provides visibility into the global threat landscape.
To sign up for the private preview of Setup Microsoft Office 365 Threat Intelligence, please contact your Microsoft account representative.
Why data governance matters
Many organizations are exposing themselves to unnecessary risk because they don’t have a good grasp on all the data they have. Often, they retain data they no longer need, such as the personal information of former employees who have long since left the company. Should this personal data be compromised in a breach, the company could be liable for costly remediation, such as lifetime credit monitoring for these former employees.
Office 365 Advanced Data Governance helps you find and retain the data that is most important to you while eliminating redundant, obsolete and trivial data that could cause risk if compromised. Office 365 Advanced Data Governance applies machine learning to intelligently deliver proactive policy recommendations; classify data based on automatic analysis of factors like the type of data, its age and the users who have interacted with it; and take action, such as preservation or deletion.
We’re already receiving a great response from legal professionals who expect Office 365 Advanced Data Governance to enhance their data management practices.
“The machine learning designed into office setup Office 365 Advanced Data Governance’s suite has the potential to tame the ever-increasing growth and complexity of data types we deal with. Office 365 Advanced Data Governance can apply unified policies to data in place across all Office 365 applications, regardless of when the data was ingested, to intelligently retain high-value data while deposing of what isn’t needed or is obsolete. As organizations grasp its potential to reduce compliance and security risks, this will be a game changer in information governance.” —Paul Meyer, eDiscovery and Data Management managing counsel at Willis Towers Watson
Watch this Microsoft Mechanics for an in-depth look at Office 365 Advanced Data Governance:
Office 365 Secure Score is now generally available to organizations with an Office 365 commercial subscription and who are in the multi-tenant and Office 365 U.S. Government Community clouds.
Office 365 Threat Intelligence and Advanced Data Governance are expected to be generally available by the end of March 2017, and will be included in the Office 365 Enterprise E5 plan, as well as in the Secure Productive Enterprise E5 offering.
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Several Office 365 updates this month can help companies of all sizes accelerate the digital transformation within their organization. We released Outlook Customer Manager, introduced Microsoft To-Do in Preview, extended Designer to PowerPoint on iPad, added support for Office 365 Groups in additional Office apps and more. Read on for the details.
Outlook Customer Manager is rolling out worldwide
Outlook Customer Manager makes it easy for small businesses to track and grow customer relationships without leaving Outlook. Today’s rollout includes several new capabilities based on feedback we received during the First Release of Outlook Customer Manager. It’s easier to manage customers and upcoming deals with automatic reminders about customer inquiries, suggested company information from Bing and integration with Microsoft Flow. You can also access Outlook Customer Manager on the go in Outlook for iOS and Outlook on the web. Read more about Outlook Customer Manager.
Availability: Outlook Customer Manager is rolling out to Office 365 Business Premium subscribers worldwide. It can be accessed in Outlook on Windows desktops, iOS and the web.
Microsoft To-Do transforms the way you manage your tasks
Last week, we introduced Microsoft To-Do in Preview, an intelligent task management app that makes it easy to plan and manage your day. To-Do helps you stay organized and prioritize your most important to-dos for each day with intelligent Suggestions. Outlook Tasks also sync so you can stay on top of all your to-dos in a single view, wherever you go, across your devices. Learn more about Microsoft To-Do.
Designer now provides design recommendations in PowerPoint on iPad.
Availability: Designer is now available in PowerPoint on iPad, for Office 365 subscribers. Designer was already available in PowerPoint on Windows desktops, Macs, Windows tablets, Android tablets and the web, for Office 365 subscribers.
More Office apps support Office 365 Groups
We’ve extended support for Office 365 Groups to more Office apps, making it easier for you to access shared team material and work better together.
Groups in Word, Excel and PowerPoint—Now, you can open and save documents in your frequently used groups, without leaving the app you’re working in.
Access your frequently used groups directly within Office apps.
Availability: Groups integration in Word, Excel and PowerPoint on Windows desktops is coming with this month’s Office 365 updates, for Office 365 commercial customers.
Groups in Outlook for Mac, iOS and Android—Now you can view your groups list, read and respond to group conversations, add group events to your calendar and more in Outlook on every platform. Read more about groups in Outlook.
You can now access groups in Outlook within Outlook for Mac, iOS and Android.
Availability: Groups integration in Outlook is rolling out in Outlook for Mac, iOS and Android, for Office 365 commercial customers. Groups integration is currently available in Outlook on Windows desktops and the web.
Skype for Windows 10 is generally available
With the launch of the Windows 10 Creators Update, Skype for Windows 10 has graduated from preview and is ready for everyday use. Skype for Windows 10 now includes exclusive features such as mini view, SMS relay for Windows Phone and Skype Translator for calls to mobile phones and landlines. It is easy to use Skype with keyboard shortcuts, conversation search and a redesigned group video calling view that brings everyone even closer together. Read more about Skype for Windows 10.
Skype for Windows 10 is generally available with new exclusive features such as mini view and more.
Availability: Skype for Windows 10 is available for all customers as part of the Windows 10 Creators Update.
Office 365 security and compliance updates
Earlier this month, we announced several Office 365 security and compliance updates that help enterprise subscribers better protect, detect and respond to threats within their organization. Office 365 Threat Intelligence, now generally available, leverages the Microsoft Intelligent Security Graph to help you stay ahead of the evolving threat landscape. Office 365 Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) Safe Links is now available in Word, Excel and PowerPoint to protect users from clicking malicious links. ATP also includes new reports to help you understand your organization’s health. Advanced Data Governance, also now generally available, applies intelligence to help you retain high value data while reducing your risk profile. Lastly, a new Data Loss Protection (DLP) policy management page helps you configure and enforce sensitive data policies across your organization. Read more about these security and compliance updates.
Availability: Office 365 Threat Intelligence, Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) improvements and Advanced Data Governance are all available and included for Office 365 Enterprise E5 and Secure Productive Enterprise E5 customers. ATP Safe Links is now available in Word, Excel and PowerPoint on Windows desktops, for Office 365 Enterprise E5 customers (or Office 365 ProPlus customers with ATP).
When we designed SkyDrive for Windows 8.1, we thought a lot about how storage needs are growing much faster than device hard drives. So we invented smart files, which allow you to have your files always with you while being unconstrained by storage capacity.
In the Windows 8.1 preview we saw consumers using SkyDrive in two distinct ways. The first group of people are very conscious of what they have saved to disk and most of their files are online-only. We found that the majority of people using smart files take up 80% less disk space than they would without smart files. The second group of people are on the other end of the spectrum: they explicitly chose to have all their files available offline, and so have their entire SkyDrive stored locally. This showed us that users understand smart files and are tailoring the feature to their needs.
Although smart files are a fraction of their original size, they behave identically to any other file. A great example of this is how smart files show up in Bing Smart Search in Windows 8.1. This feature, which is rolling out over the coming weeks, allows you to search from the desktop for the content of Camera Roll photos that have had text extracted from them.
For example, you might have taken a photo 6 months ago of the menu of your favorite restaurant, but can’t remember where it’s buried in your Camera Roll and want to remember the dish you had. You can simply type in the restaurant name on your desktop and Bing Smart Search will search text of your Camera Roll photos and pull up the picture of the menu with the restaurant name printed on it. With the power of smart files, this will work even if your Camera Roll is marked for online-only access. The moment you open the photo, it will be instantaneously pulled from the cloud for you to view the full version.
People are starting to take photos not only to capture special moments, but also to keep track of everyday information, so we are really excited about this scenario and proud to unveil this valuable OCR search feature.
Just weeks away from the general availability of Windows 8.1, we’re very excited to not only continue allowing you to have your files always with you, but to make your files smarter.
Scheduled EOP reports and domain-based email traffic support
Two new EOP reporting features have been included in this update. First, customers can now schedule EOP reports to be delivered via email on a weekly or monthly basis. For tenant admins, this means you can schedule EOP reports to arrive in your inbox on a day that you specify and choose from four types of EOP reports:
Mail traffic summary (aka sent-and-received mail)
Spam detections summary
Data Loss Prevention policy matches
The new scheduled report feature is easy to set up on the Office 365 portal for EOP or Exchange Online customers.
To get started, go to the Office 365 portal and click Reports, then select the type of report you want to schedule. From the report page, click Schedule this report. It’s that easy! You’ll find more information about scheduling EOP reports and the customization features that help you obtain the specific data you need here.
Scheduled EOP reports are delivered to your inbox on the day of the week or month you specify.
The second new reporting feature enables admins to assess email traffic at the domain level through PowerShell. For large customers with many domains, this feature makes it easy to view domain-level aggregation of mail traffic. To obtain mail traffic breakdown by domain, use the ‘Domain’ parameter with Get-MailTrafficReport and Get-MailTrafficPolicyReport in PowerShell. More information about domain-based email traffic support is available here.
Simplified block and allow
We simplified the process for EOP or Exchange Online admins to block or allow emails from an individual sender or an entire domain. The new simplified block-and-allow lists replace the need to write a complex transport rule to bypass spam filtering or modify the Spam Confidence Level for a sender or domain.
Located in the Spam Filter section of the Office 365 Exchange Admin Center, you’ll access this feature by clicking the Protection link, making it easy and intuitive to find. There, you can create, edit and maintain block-and-allow lists for senders and domains.
Simplified block and allow is currently in preview with first-release customers and will be deployed worldwide by the end of the month.
Quarantined message preview and bulk release
As part of our efforts to revamp our quarantine feature area to further protect against email containing malware or viruses, we released our new quarantined message preview earlier this month. You gave us the feedback that you need more information to determine if a quarantined message is malicious or legitimate. The new quarantined message preview allows you to see the body of a message without triggering any malicious content. This new visibility provides an improvement over previously just seeing a quarantined message’s sender, recipient, subject and date.
Two months ago, we released our bulk release feature, which has received widespread positive feedback from customers. Now, admins can quickly and easily select up to 500 quarantined messages to release or not release, which can be especially helpful in addressing large email campaigns. The bulk release feature can be accessed either through the Office 365 quarantine area or via PowerShell.
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