What’s New from Binary Tree for August 2019

 What's New from Binary Tree

Each month, we publish our “What’s New” blog series to give a snapshot into the exciting developments in our solution over the last month.  You can also sign up to receive product release notifications, here.

This past month's releases focus on enhancements to the usability and performance for Power365® Tenant to Tenant, and Power365 Directory Sync.

Power365 Tenant-to-Tenant and Power365 Directory Sync both now have a new role in designated roles and access, for added application and versatility in projects for organizations:  Operator.  An Operator may navigate projects, manage schedules, waves and migration or sync-related actions. This role cannot view Power365 licenses or reports, grant others access or modify application configurations including what is in and out of scope.  In addition, the role formerly called “user” has been renamed to “Power User.”  To learn more, access details in the Power365 Help Center or the Power365 Directory Sync Help Center.

In addition, Power365 Tenant to Tenant can now migrate Microsoft Teams and Unified Groups.  To use Power365 to move Teams and Groups, you must have a Power365 Integration or Integration Pro license, and it is included with either tier.  Functionality and features continue to rapidly expand with Power365’s workload migrations.  Contact your Binary Tree representative to learn more about Teams, Groups, and many Early Adopter features that are available, now!

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