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Office 365 Roadmap to be combined with Microsoft 365 Roadmap

Microsoft 365 Roadmap

Microsoft is planning to revamp the Microsoft 365 Roadmap by combining it with Office 365 Roadmap. The new roadmap is expected to be released in mid-September this year, the month that also calendars Microsoft Ignite conference in Orlando, Florida.

According to company’s Office 365 Roadmap product page, “The Office 365 Roadmap will become the Microsoft 365 Roadmap. In addition to retaining all the current information and functionality of the existing Office 365 Roadmap, the new site will include Microsoft 365 product features from Windows 10, Enterprise Mobility suite, and Azure. The new roadmap will include updated filters, a downloadable spreadsheet and an RSS feed.”

Microsoft 365 is a complete solution for organizations that comes with Office 365, Windows 10, and Enterprise Mobility plus Security. The merging of Office 365 Roadmap with Microsoft 365 Roadmap shouldn’t come as a surprise to users as Office 365 is a part of Microsoft 365.

The tech giant announces new features and updates to its products and services at the Ignite conference every year. It seems that the company have scheduled to discuss the new Microsoft 365 Roadmap and vision at Ignite, as both the conference and release date of roadmap are scheduled in mid-September.

At Microsoft Ignite conference, the technology leaders and practitioners will share the latest insights and skills shaping the future of cloud, data, business intelligence, teamwork, and productivity.

The conference will hold hundreds of sessions covering numerous topics including Azure Artificial Intelligence (AI), data center modernization, simplified IT management, modern desktop and devices, and more.

Also read: Office 2019 Server now available for commercial preview

Another interesting announcement expected at Ignite is the general availability of SharePoint Server 2019, which was announced at the SharePoint Conference in May this year.

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