The Office 365 for IT Pros Writing team is taking a short break for the holiday season. We’ll be back in 2020 with new articles and insight into Office 365 as well as an update for the book on January 6. Everyone needs to recharge their batteries and we’ll be using the holidays to prepare for all the work we know that’s coming in 2020.
The Office 365 for IT Pros team is proud to announce the availability of the December 2019 update for the eBook. Subscribers can download the updated files from Gumroad.com or Amazon. The December update includes changes to 21 of the 24 content chapters, so it’s a pretty big update. Please download and use the updated files at your earliest convenience!
In May 2015 we launched the first edition of Office 365 for IT Pros at the new Microsoft Ignite conference. At that event, we had printed copies of the book. Since then we have learned our lesson and haven’t gone near hard copies, mostly because of the cost and complexity of coordinating content for a book that changes so often. If you’re considering writing a technical book about cloud services, our advice is to go along the ePublishing route.
The Office 365 for IT Pros writing team has published the November 2019 updates for the eBook. Subscribers can download the updated files from Gumroad.com (EPUB and PDF formats) or Amazon.com (Kindle). This update touches sixteen of the twenty-four chapters. We’d appreciate if our subscribers can download the new files as we hate to think of you using outdated material.
The Office 365 for IT Pros author team is busy packing for the Microsoft Ignite 2019 conference in November. We’ll deliver sessions, tape podcasts, and staff booths, and come back with a ton of new information that we will incorporate into the December update for the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook.
The October 2019 updates are now available for the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook.19 out of the 24 content chapters were updated in this cycle, proving once again that ePublishing is the only way to cover ever-changing cloud services like Office 365. Add in Azure Active Directory and other Azure services and it’s easy to see why we all swim in a sea of cloud-charged changes. Subscribers can download updated book files from Gumroad.com or Amazon, depending on the format they bought.
Steve Goodman of Practical365.com ran the rule over the September 2019 update of the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook and reviews what he found. He also interviewed Tony about how the book is produced and howthe chapter authors track the changes that happen all the time inside Office 365.
The September 2019 update for the Office 365 for IT Pros eBook is now available for subscribers to download from Gumroad.com (PDF and EPUB) and Amazon (Kindle). We updated 17 of the 24 content chapters in this release. There are many small updates dotted across the book. Office 365 keeps on changing!
The August updates for Office 365 for IT Pros (2020 Edition) are now available for download from Gumroad.com and Amazon.com. It’s been a big month for change and we updated 21 of the 24 content chapters. Printed books could never cope with this level of change – or any level of change when you think about it.
Office 365 for IT Pros (2020 Edition) is now available in PDF/EPUB and Kindle formats. This is the sixth edition of the only eBook that is continually updated to match developments in Office 365. Existing subscribers will get a very attractive offer to renew their subscription for the new edition. Those of you who have never bought Office 365 for IT Pros should do so immediately because it’s packed full of practical information.