Apple released iOS 11 and found that the mail app cannot connect to Exchange Online or Exchange 2016. It’s all to do with HTTP2 connections. Apple tries to connect via ActiveSync but doesn’t do so the way that Exchange likes, or something like that. In any case, maybe now’s the time to consider Outlook for iOS.
Microsoft is going to be ingesting progressive web apps from around the web into the Windows Store…but is that a good thing?
Now that Microsoft has shipped external access for Teams, it is obvious that they have some work to do to smoothen access and increase functionality. Although access works as long as guest users have accounts in other Office 365 tenants, areas like switching, auditing what external users do, compliance, and blocking deserve some consideration. Here’s what we know from the last week.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith shows you how to sign Microsoft Office VBA code and macros so that it can be distributed securely to business partners.
Learn about the factors that can help you minimize data loss with Hyper-V Replica and prevent your next downtime.
Microsoft is testing a new service that allows you to use Bing to search your intranet.
Because it’s ides of September, this edition of Short Takes looks at Project Honolulu, new Surface rumors, Azure confidential computing, supposedly high Microsoft Edge usage, and much, much more.
In this series, Jeff Hicks introduces you to the features and benefits of PSReadLiine.
Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2016 is now available and it includes support for SharePoint Framework-based custom web parts that have previously only been available in SharePoint Online as part of Office 365.
Google recently announced Dedicated Interconnect, a new service that enables enterprise-level consumers to connect directly to Google Cloud Platform.
In this series, Jeff Hicks introduces you to the PSReadline module. This module packs a ton of functionality.
The new Office 365 data governance framework has been updated to allow content marked with classification labels to receive a manual review before being removed. It’s the kind of thing that makes data governance administrators happy.
Microsoft has cut additional staff from their payroll with the layoffs impacting not only sales but engineering too.