Microsoft Announces Office 365 Changes to Cope with Work from Home Usage
Microsoft has recently announced a series of changes for Office 365 in an attempt to avoid outages that could be caused by the high demand in certain regions, such as Europe.
With the world staying home due to the coronavirus outbreak and many employees working remotely, solutions like Office 365 and Microsoft Teams have recorded a substantial increase in terms of usage.
Microsoft has recently announced that it’s throttling certain less-used Microsoft Teams features to maintain strong performance for everyone, and now the software giant is doing the same for Office 365.
In an announcement in the Office 365 admin center, Microsoft explains that these changes are all temporary, which means the normal configuration should be back once the coronavirus outbreak is over and the regular usage returns.
“As a part of our commitment to customers and Microsoft cloud services continuity during these unprecedented times, we’re making temporary adjustments to select capabiliti… (read more)
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