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10 new ways for everyone to achieve more in the modern workplace

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It’s been over a year since we introduced Microsoft 365, the complete, intelligent, and secure solution that empowers employees to drive their organizations to future growth. Customers are seeking to transform and support a workforce that is more diverse and mobile than ever before, and they are relying on the latest advancements in technology to do so. Customers such as Goodyear, Eli Lilly, and Fruit of the Loom use Microsoft 365 to empower their employees.

Microsoft 365 is growing quickly, built on the strength of more than 135 million commercial monthly Office 365 users. Windows 10 has approximately 200 million commercial devices in use, and there is an install base of over 82 million for Enterprise Mobility + Security (EMS). Today, at the Microsoft Ignite Conference in Orlando, Florida, we are introducing new capabilities in Microsoft 365 that make it possible for every person to do their best work.

1. Microsoft Teams is the fastest growing business app in Microsoft history

After less than two years in the market, more than 329,000 organizations worldwide use Microsoft Teams, including 87 of the Fortune 100 companies. In fact, 54 customers now have more than 10,000 active users of Teams, and Accenture just crossed the 100,000 active-user marks in Teams. Further growth has been spurred by the recently announced free version of Teams.

We continue to add powerful new capabilities to foster teamwork and collaboration. New artificial intelligence (AI) powered meeting features are now generally available—including background blur and meeting recording. Background blur uses facial detection to blur your background during video meetings, and meeting recording allows you to playback recorded meeting content at any time with captions and a searchable, timecoded transcript.

General availability of new live event capabilities will begin to roll out worldwide in Microsoft 365 later this year. These new tools allow customers to create and stream live and on-demand events in Teams, Yammer and Microsoft Stream to inform and engage customers and employees, wherever they are. Beginning in October, employees can watch videos on the go with the Stream mobile app for iOS and Android, with support for offline viewing. And we’re working with our ecosystem of device partners to deliver new devices optimized for Teams meetings and calling, including the new Surface Hub 2. Surface Hub 2 is perfect for dynamic teamwork and features a light, sleek, and intelligent design that’s easy to move around and fit in any workspace. The first phase of Surface Hub 2, Surface Hub 2 S, will start shipping in the second quarter of 2019.

2. Extend the power of Teams to empower workers in all roles and across industries

We are extending the power of Teams with new experiences that are tailored to industry-specific and role-based workflows. For example, new capabilities in Teams help empower Firstline Workers to do their best work. With new schedule management tools, managers can now create and share schedules, and employees can easily swap shifts, request time off, and see who else is working as well as important announcements. These new features will now be available in November. As an example of how Teams can enable secure workflows for regulated industries, we’re delivering a new care coordination solution, now available in private preview, that gives healthcare teams a secure hub for coordinating care across multiple patients. It provides for integration with electronic health records (EHR) systems and enables care providers to communicate about patient care in real-time within the Teams’ secure platform. We are also releasing two new secure messaging features with particular relevance in healthcare settings—image annotation, now generally available, and priority notifications, which will roll out by the end of this year to all Teams commercial customers. These capabilities support HIPAA compliance and enable doctors, nurses, and other clinicians to communicate about patients while avoiding the privacy risks that arise when healthcare professionals use consumer chat apps.

3. Find what you need faster with Microsoft Search

Microsoft Search, a new cohesive search capability, makes it easier for you to find what you need without leaving the flow of your work. We’re putting the search box in a consistent, prominent place across Edge, Bing, Windows, and Office apps, so that search is always one click away. We’re also supercharging the search box so you can not only quickly find people and related content, but you can also access commands for apps and navigate to other content wherever you need to get work done—even before you start typing in the search box. Recognizing that you work in an ecosystem of information, we’re extending Microsoft Search to connect across your organization’s data, inside and outside of Microsoft 365. Learning from your everyday work patterns and acting as a brain for your organization, the Microsoft Graph personalizes your experiences everywhere. We’re pulling together the power of the Microsoft Graph and AI technology from Bing to deliver future experiences that are more relevant to what you are working on. This will include automatically answering questions such as “Can I bring my wife and kids on a work trip?” by using machine reading comprehension that takes knowledge of the world and pairs it with the understanding of your organization’s documents. Preview the Microsoft Search capability it as it rolls out to Office.com, Bing.com, and in the SharePoint mobile app today, with many more experiences to come in Edge, Windows, and Office.

4. Create content that stands out with Microsoft 365

Three new features in Microsoft 365 use the power of AI to help you create content that shines. Ideas is a new feature that follows along as you create a document and makes intelligent suggestions. In PowerPoint, Ideas recommends designs, layouts, and images. In Excel, Ideas recognize trends, suggest charts, and identifies outliers in your data. Ideas will be generally available in Excel soon and will also begin rolling out in preview to the other apps starting with PowerPoint Online. Additionally, new data types in Excel turn references to stocks and geographies into rich entities that can be used to build powerful, interactive spreadsheets. The Stocks and Geography data types—generally available soon—make it easy to get updated stock prices, company information, population, area, and more. Finally, new image recognition capabilities in Excel take a picture of a hand-drawn or printed data table and turn it into an Excel spreadsheet, making data entry as easy as taking a picture.

5. Office loves the Mac

Office empowers everyone to achieve more on any device. And Office loves the Mac. We’re committed to the Mac as a first-class endpoint and have made significant investments in the platform over the past year—including moving the Mac and Windows versions of the apps onto a single code base and releasing new features for the Mac every month. We also tailored new experiences for the Mac, like the new Touch Bar integration.

we’re announcing OneDrive Files On-Demand for Mac, a way to access all your personal and work files from the cloud in Finder without using storage space and only download them when you need them. Files On-Demand gives the Mac an intelligent connection to the cloud and is just one more example of the power of Office on the Mac platform.

6. Work together with your entire network with LinkedIn in Outlook and Office web apps

We’re announcing two new ways to use the power of the LinkedIn network within your daily workflow. Soon, when you connect your LinkedIn account to Office 365, you’ll be able to co-author documents with people in your LinkedIn network in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint and send emails to them directly from Outlook. This brings your corporate directory and your LinkedIn network together, so you never lose touch with the contacts who can help you succeed, inside or outside your organization. You’ll also see LinkedIn highlights about the people in your meeting invites, providing you with insights about attendees, so you can prep for important meetings quickly and easily. These features help you focus on what’s important by providing information and connections directly in your flow of work and will be coming soon in a staged rollout.

7. Deliver a modern desktop with Azure

For many companies, the specific needs of their business demand a virtualized desktop experience. Today, we are introducing Windows Virtual Desktop, the only cloud-based service that delivers a multi-user Windows 10 experience, which is optimized for Office 365 ProPlus and includes free Windows 7 Extended Security Updates. With Windows Virtual Desktop, you can deploy and scale Windows and Office on Azure in minutes with built-in security and compliance.

8. Manage your environment with the Microsoft 365 admin center

Following our recent release of the new Microsoft 365 admin center, we’re announcing new features to help you to monitor and manage applications, services, data, devices, and users across your Microsoft 365 subscriptions, including Office 365, Windows 10, and EMS. The Microsoft 365 admin center has several new capabilities to help you better manage your environment, including insight-based recommendations, a more consistent UI, and customized views for each of your admins. The public preview of these features is rolling out now to targeted release admins and soon to all admins. To get started, visit admin.microsoft.com.

 

9. Achieve modern compliance easily for the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and more

In the world of complex regulations and evolving privacy standards, customers consistently tell us they need the built-in, intelligent capabilities of Microsoft 365 to proactively achieve compliance in their organizations. We’ve expanded Compliance Manager to now include 12 assessments across different industries. The unified labeling experience is also now available in the Security & Compliance Center as a single destination where you can create, configure, and automatically apply policies to ensure protection and governance of sensitive data.

 

10. Advancing security for IT professionals

The work we do in security at Microsoft gives us the broadest perspective on the challenges and a unique ability to help. We focus on three areas: running security operations that work for you, building enterprise-class technology, and driving partnerships for a heterogeneous world. Today, we’re announcing several new enterprise-class capabilities that leverage the Microsoft intelligent cloud and operational learnings to help organizations secure their people, devices, and data.

New support for passwordless sign-in via the Microsoft Authenticator app is now available for the hundreds of thousands of Azure Active Directory connected apps that businesses use every day. Nearly all data loss starts with compromised passwords. Today, we are declaring an end to the era of passwords. No company lets enterprises eliminate more passwords than Microsoft.

Microsoft Secure Score is the only enterprise-class dynamic report card for cybersecurity. By using it, organizations get assessments and recommendations that typically reduce their chance of a breach by 30-fold. It guides you to take steps like securing admin accounts with Multi-Factor Authentication (MFA), securing user accounts with MFA, and turning off client-side email forwarding rules. Starting today, we’re expanding Secure Score to cover all of Microsoft 365. We are also introducing Secure Score for your hybrid cloud workloads in the Azure Security Center, so you have full visibility across your estate.

Finally, we are announcing Microsoft Threat Protection, integrated experience for detection, investigation, and remediation across endpoints, email, documents, identity, and infrastructure in the Microsoft 365 admin console. This will save analysts thousands of hours as they automate the more mundane security tasks.

IP Restriction for Google Gsuite -SOLO

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SOLO-Restriction

SOLO – Single sign-on (SSO)

Single sign-on (SSO) is a property of access control of multiple related, yet independent, software systems. With this property, a user logs in with a single ID and password to gain access to a connected system or systems without using different usernames or passwords, or in some configurations seamlessly sign on at each system.

Custom Login

Custom Login Page

SOLO’s one of the significant feature is the custom login page. With this feature, the customer can have any kind of customization for login pages.

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Forgot Password

GSuite admin can define some predefined questions and set the policies to have min questions answered by the user to allow them to reset their own passwords.

IP-Ristriction

IP Restriction

Using SOLO IP restriction policies GSuite admin can define policies for a OU or subset of a users to restrict them to use GSuite only from a predefined IP address.

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Password Policy

SOLO’s one of the strong features is to enforce the strong password policy as what admins are used to on MS Active Directory. They can implement OU based policies.

Time-Restriction

Time Restriction

Using SOLO Time based restriction policies GSuite admin can define policies for a OU or subset of a users to restrict them to use GSuite only in specific time slots in a day.

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GEO Restiction

Geo-blocking or geoblocking is a form of technological protection measure where access to Internet content is restricted based upon the user’s geographical location

Gmail-Ristriction

Personal Gmail Block

Allow GSuite and block personal gmail to ensure that the employee focus on work.

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Device Restriction

Broadcasts are messages that you can send to all of your users, or a group of users, at once.

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Session Timeout

Enforce session timeout for GSuite to enhance the security around the GSuite usage.

Google Cloud Platform online payment issues – Problems – Support – India

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Google Cloud Platform Online Payment Issues, Problems with Debit Card / Credit Card in India

Millions of people trust Google Cloud products and services to help them build what’s next for their business.

Securely run your business on the most advanced cloud platform ever built. Powerful data and analytics solutions and machine learning deliver real-time insights for more informed, more effective decisions.

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Google Cloud Platform Available Payment Options by Brio in India

Google Cloud Platform was engineered to handle the most data-intensive work on the planet. It’s the ideal environment for your business-critical applications and data, giving you the power to quickly scale and improve performance with capabilities like machine learning. And unlike other cloud providers, we’re committed to building and integrating open source capabilities to preserve your control and prevent lock-in.

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This extra step, which includes debit / credit card verification, has been added to ensure that your credit card isn’t misused.

In case you are one of those who are facing a problem in completing your online payment using a credit or debit card and your financial transactions towards the billing of the Google Cloud Platform is being hindered by such a problem, we, at Brio, will be happy to assist you through the billing procedure.

Payment Methods

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What is Android for work

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Android for Work is Google’s enterprise mobile device management (MDM) platform for companies to deliver a secure, productive, and rich mobile experience to their employees. Android for Work is a program for devices running on the Google Android mobile operating system that allows it to manage and secure business applications on a work-specific profile.

Android to Work

In the modern office environment, many people have resorted to using two smartphones, one for personal use and the other, a company-issued smartphone. With two phones, the IT department has full control over an employee’s work data and can remotely wipe it but has no control over their personal phone. It’s a viable setup, but not without a downside. A user has to carry two phones, two chargers, and have almost no free pocket space. The other alternative is called BYOD—Bring Your Own Device—in which the IT department installs company software in users’ personal phones.

Android for Work is a unique solution that uses Android’s multi-user framework to securely separate work and personal profiles on a single, unified interface. Through Google Apps and the Google Apps Device Policy app, it takes a personal device and adds an additional work profile that is owned by the user’s employing organization.

A user can have two copies of apps on the single home screen, one personal and one for work, with the work apps denoted by a little red briefcase badge. Users can arrange the Android home screen icons anyway they desire. However, Work apps show up last in the app drawer, after personal apps.

Notifications for each account still come in and stack in the notification panel just like before. Both work and personal notifications are separate, work notifications being marked with a small briefcase badge. Overview separates work and personal Gmail allowing users to toggle between them as they want. A share dialog is added so that the users can pick which account they want the shared item to go to.

A company called “Divide” acquired by Google forms the basis of Android for Work technology. The apps capabilities were limited, so Google designed the feature to allow for a better integration with Android and the Play Store.

Google’s main target segment comprises the businesses that don’t need super high security as Android is still not able to lock down a device, which will be a deal breaker for high-security organizations looking to switch to Android for Work. Google Apps Device Policy is used to lock down the OS but the list of available policies is limited to password requirements, forced device encryption, and disabling the camera. It is unable to stop someone from copying text from the work profile and pasting it into their personal Gmail.

“Android for Work” applications come with the following advantages:

  • Data Separation and Security

By using hardware-side encryption and policies that need to be managed by administrators, devices with Android for Work ensure that business and private data stay protected from malware.

  • Supports an employee’s personal devices as well as those provided by employers

Android for Work users can now use the same Android device for both official and personal accounts, and the employers have a choice to either provide a separate device or configure an employee’s existing personal device for official use with a new work profile.

  • Remote Management

An admin can remotely monitor and control the applications and data on an Android for Work device without posing any privacy-hampering threat to employee’s personal data on the device.

  • Smooth User Experience

Users can enjoy a seamless experience as Android for Work lets them swap between personal and work-related apps with ease. Work-related apps and personal apps are listed together in the app manager or the recent apps list. To avoid any confusion on the part of users, work-related apps have badges to tell them apart from personal apps.

  • Application Deployment made simpler

Administrators can use Google’s Playstore to find and download business apps for Android for Work devices. Google provides the basic infrastructure and framework that can be used by third-party EMM providers to develop newer and better Android for Work solutions.

Android for Work is slated to increase Android usage by enabling seamless IT management through numerous EMM providers willing to contribute. Through Android for Work, the technology industry is poised to get a unified way to secure enterprise apps, manage devices remotely, and keep work and personal data separate.

Payroll Software Simple Facts

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Whenever you do the illustrations with regards to certain concepts, it can be pretty important to first elaborate the which means of the word that is the standard dilate of the entire picture. Now, as you plan to initiate payroll software program for your company, initially it truly is extremely essential to gain understanding with regards to the computer software and what is its major purpose? Becoming aware of the fact in entire manner genuinely develops your understanding as well as rejuvenates you to arise high inside your work profile.

Payroll plays an essential role inside the company for a number of causes simply because it keeps the records of the employee salary, bonuses, and increments, etc. Each and every employee in any country wait for their salary along with the companies provide the payroll slips, which contain the detail info associated to the income of the employee. Every country announces the spending budget as soon as a year the government employee is very much considering getting the payroll slips to know how much government make a decision to enhance inside the salaries.

Payroll plays an essential role inside the business for several factors because it keeps the records of the employee salary, bonuses, and increments, etc.Every employee in any nation wait for their salary and the corporations supply the payroll slips, which incorporate the detail details associated to the earnings of the employee.oyee. Each nation announces the budget once a year the government employee is considerably considering obtaining the payroll slips to understand just how much government make a decision to improve in the salaries.

Now, let us focus to elaborate the idea of payroll software, what does it genuinely means? The calculations and processing of the payroll that is handled by the organization in a standardized manner is basically a role of payroll software. It also assists in calculating the amount which is adjacent to employees and even persists with records which can be accurate. The essentiality of this software would be to help the complete process to develop into much more efficient.

Certain firms do accomplish to initiate needs concerning payroll as an outsource activity, as thinking about it to be viable. While other businesses agree to, sustaining the procedure in house with persistent to payroll software program is additional practical decision. Retaining to such activity, often proposes you with attaining flexibility caricaturing to high level standards.

This predominant procedure over the companies has influenced working filled with comfort and comfort and additional persists with maintaining the records, that are preferred associated to their primordial requirement. Even the expenses that are to be reimbursed to the employees, has become convenient using the initiation of this software.

Applications of Payroll Software

The software plays an vital role for the firm in receiving rid of the work burden. Numerous small companies prefer to the payroll software program to maintain all information and facts about its employee.

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