Sometimes the biggest threat to your email’s security is you.
When it comes to being successful at a business, it’s is all about building relationships and personal connections. Often, these personal connections are made face-to-face in an informal, friendly environment, or over a cup of coffee. That’s why the Microsoft team is making it easier for you to do business while building that personal connection all with your Outlook email.
If you’ve ever tried to enforce a corporate signature across all email users, you know the frustrations: sending out signatures with custom information is time consuming, and getting users to actually use the approved signature requires a good deal of back-and-forth emailing. Even then, there is no way to know if the user is actually using the signature you have approved. Tack on the fact that you’ll have a few rogues in the bunch—the ones who use a headshot of their choosing or add in information you didn’t approve—and it’s enough to make any marketer crazy.
As of September 2015, Office 2016 is now available for Windows via both Office 365 subscriptions and traditional individual licenses. Even though the new release looks generally the same as the last version, it’s designed for sharing and collaboration in a way that Office 2013 really wasn’t. Here are some of the new features users can expect: