Google recently announced the ability for developers to deploy Node.js apps to Google’s fully-managed App Engine standard environment.
Because ethics is tragically unfunny, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s controversial non-moves on its ICE contracts, Microsoft’s spending spree, more Microsoft Edge problems, and much more.
Microsoft has released Teams in preview for the Surface Hub, expanding the app’s footprint across the Office 365 ecosystem.
Lots happens in a month within Office 365. I can’t possibly write an article about every change in SharePoint, Teams, Exchange, etc. released by Microsoft,, so sometimes I need to publish a catch-up (or catch-up) post. Here are ten things that I think are interesting enough for you to know about.
Microsoft has launched the final preview release of Azure File Sync.
Microsoft is releasing two major Windows 10 updates per year and it’s causing havoc for IT Pros; on this episode of the Enterprise Dish, we sit down with Jeff Harris to dive deep into how we can make these updates significantly easier to manage.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at the new deployment options for Windows Autopilot in the current and next version of Windows 10.
Microsoft has quietly changed the way it brands two of its core products and if you aren’t looking closely, you will have missed the updates.
Microsoft is opening up a new data center in Norway with availability starting in late 2019.
Google opened a new data region in Finland as the company works to grab more cloud market share.
In this month’s Patch Tuesday, Microsoft released a disabled-by-default patch for Spectre 4, Adobe plugs a zero-day Flash vulnerability that can be exploited via Excel, and there are fixes for DNS, black screens, and Cortana.
Microsoft has updated the Hybrid Configuration Wizard (HCW) to transfer some Exchange on-premises configuration settings. That’s nice, but possibly too little and too late to make any real difference. Office 365 has moved on, most people who wanted to configure hybrid connections are now in the cloud, and the settings aren’t all that exciting.
Microsoft recently shared information on its efforts to develop an undersea distributed data center solution to power The Cloud in the future.