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Office 365 for IT Pros 2019 Edition Update 12
The Office 365 for IT Pros writing team is proud to announce that the twelfth update for the only book that continually evolves to track developments in Microsoft’s cloud office system is now available to subscribers. The updated files are dated March 15, 2019 (see the inside front cover for version data).
Update #12 includes changes to 12 of the 24 chapters, so it’s a reasonably big release. Included in the changes are new supervision policies covering Teams (21), a new format for quarantined email (17), and a new workflow for team creation (13). Apart from that, there’s a mass of small changes as we track things happening inside Office 365 (like new information protection licenses) or incorporate new elements of best practice. The number of changes, some large, some small, underlines once again that ePublishing is the only practical way to cope with technical information about Office 365.
The full set of changes is described in our change log. In addition to updated text about new features and information, we have completed reviews of several chapters and fixed small but irritating problems like outdated hyperlinks. The web never remains static, so hunting down and fixing hyperlinks is a never-ending task.
How to Download the Office 365 for IT Pros Update
Subscribers to the PDF/EPUB version should log into their Gumroad library to download the updated files. The updated files are completely new books with the new content integrated into existing text. You don’t have to cut and paste change information into an existing book. If you can’t remember your Gumroad account, find the original receipt from when you bought the book and use the View product link in it.
We will ask Amazon to send notifications to purchasers of the Kindle version that updates are available. See our FAQ for more information about how to download updates.
On to the April Update
The Office 365 for IT Pros team would love to hear from you. We welcome tips about new features, ideas for what you’d like to see covered in the book, and information about any issues you find. Please use the contact form on this site to connect. And now we start working on the April 2019 updates. Nothing about Office 365 ever stays static for long.