Last fall I had used docs.com with my O365 account to post a few things. Then today I attempted to login and it said I needed admin approval to use docs.com with corporate account. Being the admin I was able to fix it. However, was this something added re
Yes, when it was brought into the O365 settings area it's now a tenant-level control whether users can have access to it or not. I also found it disabled by default where I had previously used my O365 account.
What would be great is if you offered a tool that allowed me to have a navigator that when the user clicked the Nav link (I drag and drop docs into the Nav link bar, at least 2 levels deep), that file opens for them. Basically it'll turn docs into a website for the docs I want to be joined into a website. Currently, navigation and viewing is awkward and to turn it into a website type of Nav wouldn't be.
You can now publish your OneNote notebooks on Docs.com. Now you can spread lesson plans, classroom projects and other educational resources through OneNote notebooks, and teachers and students all over the world can view, annotate, and reuse your notebook
I don't think Microsoft considers HIPAA and other security concerns when releasing new tools and/or features. Given that, we need to disable our users from being able to connect to our Office 365 tenant with their corporate account. I have the support art
For security purposes, we don't want our corportate network exposed externally. Users can have a personal account - that's not a concern.
The link I shared above has been included in this O365 Message as well:
We recently introduced a new service called Docs.com. Docs.com by Microsoft, is an internet site you can use to publish Office documents that anyone can find, browse or share. We are now adding administrator controls to enable and disable access to Docs.com for your users. [MC83764]