Office 365 just got more secure
The latest protections help prevent malware, viruses, and more
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New advanced protections for you
The latest Office 365 protection updates help keep your files and information secure and private. They're updated automatically.
Recover files from malicious attacks
Get a notification if a ransomware attack is detected and help restoring your OneDrive files so you can get them back.
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Get help keeping information private and secure
Outlook.com now lets you encrypt emails and prevent forwarding. You can even password protect files you share through OneDrive.
Encrypt your emails
Protect shared files
Advanced protection from viruses and cybercrime
Your links in emails and your email attachments are scanned in real-time to make sure they aren't viruses or phishing scams.
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Security is built into Office 365
Discover the online threat protections Office 365 offers you
Online threat protection is critical to the integrity of your system and files. The powerful tools in Office 365 can help safeguard against phishing, malware, viruses, and more.
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Tips and tricks
In the desktop version of PowerPoint, the Designer feature can show you a variety of options for great-looking slide layouts.
See how to use it
LinkedIn Resume Assistant in Word gives examples of other professionals' experience descriptions to help you craft your resume.*
Write your best resume
Exciting Office 365 updates in the news
Check out the updated address book, contact cards, and more in the newly redesigned People section of the Outlook.com beta.
Take a look
New features in the Office 365 and OneDrive iOS apps can improve productivity and accessibility on iPad and iPhone.
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In an update to the Word Editor feature, a new task pane shows word suggestions and explanations side-by-side with the document.†
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From Dictation to Read Aloud, Immersive Reader, and more, new updates to some Office 365 apps improve accessibility and collaboration.‡
Support where you need it
Cheat sheets can help you master Outlook
From inbox organization to keyboard shortcuts, there's a lot to know about Outlook. These "cheat sheets," available for all platforms, can help you make the most of your email.
Get your cheat sheet
Get even more from Office 365
Encrypt or password-protect your Excel documents
Whether you want your work kept from prying eyes or protected against accidental edits, here's what you need to know.
*LinkedIn Resume Assistant is available in English only. †Style suggestions are available for English only. Grammar feature is available only for certain languages. ‡Dictation feature is available only for certain languages and markets.
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