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Here are the products that are still unavailble to my organization as a Government tenant and when they were first announced.

Sway: Oct. 2014

Connectors: Nov. 2015

Flow: Nov. 2015

Planner: Dec. 2015

Forms: June 2016

Stream: July

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It has taken forever for them to provision our Skype for Business environment. I was told we were moved to the top of the list so we should have it today or tomorrow. I a

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I'm able to use the OWA for Android, and the native Android mail apps to access Office365 mailboxes, but not the newer Outlook for Android/iOS. Is anyone able to that is a Government Tenant?

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I think one of my biggest pain points with Office 365 is the slowness in which a Government tenant receives updates.

For example, Sway was announced in October 2014 and Planner was announced in December 2015 and neither has shown up for my tenant.

The other

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Hello all! @Stephen Brown@Rich Burdes- we're having a Gov AMA now on the community. Join here: https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Government-AMA/bd-p/GovernmentAMA

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If you go to this link and search US Gov, you should be able to see the Roadmap for Government specific features

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I couldn't agree more. It'd be nice to have a Government-specific roadmap that might shine some light into feature availabliity in G-SKUs.

Changing urban landscapes can bring challenges for cities. It is forecasted that by 2050 more than 6 billion people, about 70 percent of the population, will live in urban areas.

 

Microsoft CityNext is empowering cities to digitally transform and unlock

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Ok, I watched the video . . . so what is it? Features? When? What "digital services"? Etc.

 

Integrating with open source is a need for many organizations who are migrating to the cloud.

Microsoft has announced the expansion of the Microsoft and Red Hat partnership that will now enable government organizations additional options to migrate their

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Microsoft’s commitment to providing government customers the most complete, trusted and secure cloud results in a significant step forward: The U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) granted accreditation for Azure and Office 365 to handle controlled unclassifi

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Join us on Wednesday, March 8, 2017 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m. PST / 5 p.m. to 6 p.m. GMT in the Government AMA group. Add the event to your calendar

 

 

 

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Hi Tracy,

 

This new blog post might help answer your question!

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Today, the Office 365 Team is pleased to announce the availability of several advanced capabilities in Office 365 that are new for the U.S. Government Community. The U.S. Government Community Cloud complies with federal requirements for cloud services, in

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Hi All. My name is Adam Levithan. I'm a recent MVP in Office Services and Servers and I've been working with Public Sector, Local/State Government customers for over 10 years. I'm located in the center of the public sector, Washington DC and hear a lot of

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Hi Adam,

 

 

I work for a large government agency which is in the midst of digital disruption and looking towards a cloud future.

In your opinion what does moving from on-pre

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Today, providing security on any front requires a willingness to adopt leading-edge technologies. So it’s great to see the Ministry of Defence (MOD) in the United Kingdom assume a leadership role in their decision to adopt the Microsoft Cloud, as well as

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Hi all,

 

Welcome to the Public Sector Community! This is a space to connect and discuss the solutions, challenges and best practices for IT in the public sector. A special thanks to @Tracy Moran for suggesting this space in our Ideas Exchange. Thanks for

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Thanks Maddie and the Tech Community Team for adding this community. Those of us in the public sector who use Microsoft products are in need of a space to help share our ... Read More