This week on Cloud News Review
Microsoft Office 365 for Education has unveiled some new updates to make their platform easier to use. Microsoft’s corporate education VP looked at the suites learning tools and the update will allow students hands free writing with Word and can use OneNote Online by just using their voice which will be available in more than nine languages.
According to Marius van Wyk, operations and technical director at SkyGroup Communications, video conferences in the cloud have made a huge step forward this past year. Programs like Skype for Business are on the rise with the future of corporate communications and seem to have a positive impact on businesses according to other sources.
Google has announced a cybersecurity analytics boost for GSuite users. The security center will make it easier for IT professionals to have a better grip on their data. The tool, which will be available to GSuite enterprise customers in the next few days, gives executives access to cybersecurity analytics.
In other news about cyber security, Amazon Web Services (AWS) has designated Booz Allen Hamilton as part of its partner network security competency roster for the latter’s work to develop cloud-based products designed to support customer security projects.
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