Microsoft has just released a couple of iPhone apps specially for Office 365 users.
Perhaps the more interesting of the two is Office Delve, which basically lets you see what you and your colleagues are working on across your Office 365 network.
Office Delve's core strength is people-based discovery. This helps you stay on top of valuable information by surfacing documents that are relevant to you, based on your Office 365 connections. It also notifies you about updates to your most important files and lets you catch up on new and noteworthy content with a single swipe.
Of course, Office Delve shows only the content that has been shared with you, thereby keeping your and your collegues' respective private documents private.
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The other app in question is Office 365 Video for iPhone. As its name suggests, it's an app that's centered on sharing videos within Office 365-powered organizations. The app lets you browse video channels, search for specific videos, check out popular and trending videos, record and upload videos, and, of course, watch videos — right on your iPhone.
Office 365 Video for iPhone sure looks like a neat app for watching and sharing various kinds of internal videos, such as company announcements, employee trainings, recorded meetings, and keynote presentations.
Note that Office Delve is accessible only to organizations that use Office 365 and Delve, and that Office 365 Video for iPhone requires an Office 365 Enterprise or Academic subscription license.