Presentation on theme: "Introduction to Office 365"— Presentation transcript:
1Introduction to Office 365 January 2014Presenter: Michael Miller
2Topics Covered What is Office 365? Office 365 Project Overview Outlook Web App & Logon ProcessTraining ResourcesQuestions?
3Topics Covered What is Office 365? Office 365 Project Overview Outlook Web App & Logon ProcessTraining Resources
4What is Office 365?Office 365 is a subscription-based online version of the Office platform that pairs web- based Office applications with cloud storage (provided by OneDrive for Business)OneDrive for Business is similar to Dropbox or Google Drive
5Office 365 Project Overview Office 365 will be integrated into the Enterprise Messaging Service as a hybrid deployment.On-site and off-site (cloud-based) services will coexistImplementation will be transparent to the user regardless of the version of Exchange their department is currently using
6Office 365 Project Overview ITS is implementing various cloud-based services and believes we can provide greater services for less or the same cost.In addition to Office 365:Google Apps for UCLABox.comINSiders article:
7Migration Timeline December 2013: Infrastructure Services Training CenterJanuary 2014:Remaining IT Services staff: January 29 - February 15, 2014
8Office 365 Components All components are cloud–based: OneDrive for BusinessOffice Web Apps (Word, Excel, Powerpoint, OneNote, Excel Survey)Sharepoint 2013Outlook/Exchange ( , Calendar, Contacts, Tasks)
9What is OneDrive for Business? OneDrive for Business is cloud storage for the workplaceUsers can store, sync, and share files across multiple devices with ease and security
10Office Web Apps Includes: Word, Excel, PPT, OneNote, Excel Survey Files browsed within OneDrive for Business will prompt user to select a local desktop or Office Web App versionOffice Web Apps are browser-based versions of Office applications that have fewer features than the full desktop versions
11Why use Office Web Apps?Can retrieve and edit your documents from anywhere you have internet accessA seamless transition to corresponding desktop versions of Office is providedCan collaborate with other users on documents using Office Web Apps
12Sharepoint 2013Sharepoint 2013 will be activated, however, current sites will NOT be migrated to the cloud-based versionSharepoint 2013 is being activated to enable OneDrive for Business allowing for easier use of Office Web Apps
13LyncCurrent users will still be able to use Lync 2010
14OutlookOutlook will not change in terms of overall functionality — the user experience will be the same as previous versions of OutlookOutlook 2003 is not supported
15Changes toThere are a few important changes you need to be aware of…
16Mailbox Quotas Mailbox quota is increasing to 50 GB Previously the quota was around 2 GB
17Message Size LimitsMaximum message size (text + attachments) is now 25 MB rather than 35 MBTo ensure smooth migration, s larger than 25 MB need to be deleted or stored locally or on a network driveIf not addressed messages won’t migrate and will not be recoverable
18Mailbox RulesMailbox rules should migrate successfully - however we suggest you back them up!Users will need to recreate them manually or export/import these rulesWe have provided instructions on how to do this - see the Office 365 link on the EM webpageMM: follow up with Ricardo on procedure
19File Sending LimitsExists to discourage users from sending unsolicited bulk s.max of 10,000 recipients per daymax of 500 recipients perNOTE: for issues, please contact IT Services Client Support at (310)MM: follow up with Ricardo on procedure
20Anti Virus & Anti SpamWe will continue to use current AV/AS solutions (i.e. Barracuda)After all of IT Services is migrated, we expect to switch to solutions integrated within Office 365Make note: users will lose whitelists when this change happens!
21Logon ProcessThe logon process for Outlook and Outlook Web App will be slightly different.When prompted for a username, users need to enter it in the following format:Make this overly clear!
22Logging on to Outlook Web App Go to:Click on the Office 365 link located in the lower left of the navigation menu:
23Logging on to Outlook Web App Click the link listed under the Outlook Web App section:https://outlook.com/owa/ad.ucla.edu ** This URL is subject to change in the future
24Logging on to Outlook Web App Enter your User name and Password then click on the Sign In button:
25Set Your Time ZoneWhen you first access Outlook Web App you’ll need to select your Time zone and then click on save:
27Outlook Web App (OWA) link If you forget to login via the Office 365 link you can always use the Outlook Web App (OWA) link.Note: you will have to enter your login credentials twice.
28Outlook Web App (OWA) link Go to:Click on the Outlook Web App (OWA) link located at the top left of the navigation menu:
29Enter Credentials and Sign In Enter your User name and Password then click the Sign In button:
30Follow Re-direct LinkClick on the link provided on the next webpage:
31Enter Credentials and Sign In Once again, enter your User name and Password then click on the Sign In button:
32Outlook Web AppAdd note: this can be tedious, but will get you to latest version of OWA
33Hands on TrainingHands-on training sessions in the form of a short demo of the Outlook Web App and an open lab will be provided by the IT Services Training CenterSpecific dates and details about these sessions will be shared at a later dateMake note: users will lose whitelists when this change happens!
34Training ResourcesThe EM Training & Resources webpage will be updated to include Office 365 related Tutorials:Make note: users will lose whitelists when this change happens!
35Need Assistance?For assistance with Office 365-related issues or questions please contact:IT Services Client Support (310)Make note: users will lose whitelists when this change happens!
36Questions?Make note: users will lose whitelists when this change happens!