The rapid spread of the new coronavirus epidemic over the past few weeks has forced more and more people around the world to stay at home, which has also led to a rapid increase in the use of Office 365 worldwide, resulting in connectivity problems for employees working remotely from home. As a result, Microsoft made timely adjustments to Office 365 to prevent downtime and functional failures, and by limiting some non-essential features of the Productivity Suite.
Microsoft has limited the non-essential features of Office 365 to reduce resource footprint without affecting your normal work, ensuring that everyone gets smooth performance without downtime.
In the Manage Message Center, microsoft explains some of the features that are being restricted in a notification sent to Office 365, including the interval at which the system checks for updates, the video resolution, and the interval at which the other party types.
“In order to provide the best support to our Microsoft 365 customers during the global outbreak and to adapt to new growth and demand, we are temporarily adjusting to limit some non-essential features,” Microsoft said. We don’t expect these changes to have a significant impact on the end-user experience, but we want you to know. “