It turns out that not everyone has been able to upgrade to the latest release this week, in spite of Microsoft declaring the suite generally available.
Instead, as many have discovered, the Office 2016 rollout is a staggered one, and one which has resulted in some One Drive, Skype for Business and other app and service installation and compatibility issues.
Simplify identity lifecycle management with automated workflows, business rules and easy integration with heterogeneous platforms across the datacentre and cloud.
Automate identity and group provisioning based on business policy and implement workflow-driven provisioning through a single interface.
The three: Office 365 Business, Business Essentials and Business Premium.
Microsoft has pushed the suggested migration date kick-off for these new plans back from October 1 to December 1, 2015, The reason for the date change: "The renewal experience will be best for users who have the latest version of Office," meaning Office 2016.
Security Update for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB2956151) 64-Bit Edition.
Update for Microsoft Office 2013 (KB2899522) 64-Bit Edition.
Read More "For Office 365 Pro Plus subscribers, administrators can opt to upgrade by manually rolling out to their users with Office deployment tools available today, September 22.
Microsoft began rolling out Office 2016 for Windows on September 22.
Since then, I've been getting a lot of questions around timing and installation techniques from those attempting to move to the latest version of Microsoft's Office suite.
Extend Microsoft Identity Manager to support new scenarios through the Visual Studio and . Discover and map permissions across multiple systems to individual, assignable roles.
Use role mining tools to discover permission sets for users across the enterprise to be later modeled and applied centrally.