Find out how you can monitor the deployment of an Azure JSON template using the Azure Portal and debug what went wrong using errors in the Azure Portal and the Azure Resource Explorer.
Here are some ideas on how you might want to start using Write-Verbose.
This post will explain how and why Microsoft recently changed how to restore individual or a collection of files from a backup, performed using either the MARS (Microsoft Azure Recovery Services) agent or the Azure for IaaS virtual machines solutions.
Because tech bloggers invented the entire concept of fake news, this edition of Short Takes looks at a bunch of Microsoft news, of course, but also a ton of BS click-bait headlines that make us collectively dumber.
Todd and Shane talk about how to use passwords with PowerShell securely, a new SharePoint Online Web Part that is rolling out, new security and risk features in Office 365, how Power BI finally integrates with SharePoint, and Imposter Syndrome.
Magnate: A person of rank, power, influence, or distinction often in a specified area; that’s quite a title to try to live up to.
Mary Jo Foley is joining BWW Media Group to help us lead a new community of technologists; we will be re-launching the site in the coming months.
Great work in IT is made possible by real people, with real talent, and with an ever-present grit. And today that’s where the BWW Media Group story intersects with Mary Jo Foley, our new Chief Community Magnate and a dear friend to many in our company and the tech community.
Microsoft introduced the Safe Attachments feature as part of its Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) offering in 2015. ATP is an option for Exchange Online Protection (EOP). It is included in the Office 365 E5 plan and can be licensed as an add-on for $2/user per month for other Office 365 plans. Now Safe Attachments can handle dynamic delivery and the improvement is noticeable.
Learn about the Antimalware Scan Interface in Windows 10 and Windows Server 2016.
Microsoft is turning on two new data centers in South Korea and for Kubernetes fans, that service is now generally available on Azure.
Microsoft has moved 400 million Outlook.com mailboxes to an Office 365 infrastructure. Outlook.com mailboxes are now powered by Exchange Online and exploit other parts of the infrastructure like EOP. It’s a good change from a engineering and economic perspective.
Discover how to (remotely and securely) manage your on-premises Hyper- V hosts, including Nano Server, from Azure’s (remote) server management tools on Windows 7, Macs, and even non-Windows tablets.