Outlook and SfB will look and feel much like the existing Outlook/Lync 2013 service in use today. The new enterprise license broadens SfB capabilities to allow users to share their desktop, an application or whiteboard with multiple cloud users. Cloud-based SharePoint and OneDrive are also slated to start fielding this fall and into 2019.
After running through the post migration steps after July 12, email users will likely not even notice their new cloud environment, but they will soon notice an exponential increase of their email storage capacity. Users who previously had 100 Mb mailboxes on the Air Force network will now have 100 GB capacity in the cloud. As a result, they will be able to hold two million normal emails in their mailbox. For the typical Air Force user, that’s an increase of 1,000 times the current capacity, similar to going from a filing cabinet to an entire warehouse of email storage.