PowerShell teacher Jeff Hicks explains how to use Select-Object to fine tune your PowerShell results and it is easier than you think.
In this edition of the Enterprise Agenda, it’s time to start preparing for the great migration to Windows Server 2016 and we have a guide to help you get started.
In this post I’ll provide a brief overview of IFTTT and Zapier and Microsoft’s contribution to the user-friendly, user-powered workflow services tool, Microsoft Flow.
On this episode, I cover all of the Microsoft news this week including more issues with the Anniversary update, patches going rouge, and fragmentation.
Because my Kindle broke my webcam or something, this edition of Short Takes focuses on whether Excel should be blamed for scientific tunnel vision, why iPhone users need to check for updates right now, Windows 95 and Linux milestones, Xbox One S demand is better than expected, and more.
Microsoft Excel causes problems in genetic research. That’s the claim of three researchers from an Australian institute, who discovered almost 20% of data sets contained errors introduced by Excel. The problem is Excel being “clever”—guessing the type of data it’s being asked to import. Unfortunately…
PowerShell guru Jeff Hicks shows how to use the Where() method to do similar filtering tasks that you might use Where-Object for. In some cases, the Where() method does more.
This week, Microsoft released a new patch for Windows and the update has done more harm that good as it broke a basic feature of PowerShell.
Microsoft has announced a new offer to VMware customers that will give them a free Windows Server license if they switch to Hyper-v but there are some other caveats too.
Veeam has announced a suite of new tools that will be coming later this year that will make it easier to backup, recover and migrate data in your data center.
Microsoft Windows 10 comes under fire for privacy. The Electronic Frontier Foundation last week reopened the case against Redmond’s telemetry and personalization efforts. Despite acknowledging previous press stories were wildly incorrect, EFF paralegal staffer Amul Kalia argues his case with sincere passion…
The Office 365 Import Service does a good job of “bringing data home” by ingesting PST files and other data into Exchange Online mailboxes and SharePoint Online libraries. But sometimes you just want to do your own thing – and you can with the New-MailboxImportRequest cmdlet.
Microsoft and Lenovo announced an expansion of their strategic relationship: Under the terms of the deal, Lenovo will bundle Microsoft’s productivity apps on millions of its Android-based handsets and tablets over the next several years.