This month sees a host of memory corruption vulnerabilities patched and Intel discovers a new speculative execution side channel flaw.
Because jetlag is the worst, this edition of Short Takes looks at Microsoft’s most recent Cortana defeats, stepping back from the Skype Classic cliff, so much for hybrid MDM, and much more.
Office 365 Groups and Teams can hold tons of secrets that we don’t want to share outside our organization. To keep sensitive information secure, you can block guest users from groups by setting a directory policy on your most important and confidential groups.
Search in SharePoint Online (SPO) is one of the areas in the platform where we will see more changes in the future. In this article, I will introduce you to some of the new search features almost arriving in your SPO sites.
Microsoft’s Surface Go is smaller in every way but does the limited performance impact it’s big picture dreams?
This post will detail the system requirements and considerations for planning an Azure File Sync deployment.
This post will discuss what the general availability of Azure File Sync will mean to customers that are continuing to use on-premises file servers.
We all know that testing your migration plan should be done but realistically, that’s not always a luxury you may have time to do.
Two simple principles are key for Office 365 network connectivity. Keep things simple and get user data to a Microsoft edge node as quickly as possible. However, some organizations insist on using VPNs and proxy servers to interfere with Office 365 network traffic, which slows things down and makes users unhappy. It’s strange that people haven’t gotten the message after so many years…
Amazon recently announced that a serverless version of their Aurora MySQL database product is now generally available.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at a new Windows 10 SKU, Windows 10 Enterprise for Remote Sessions, that recently appeared in a Windows Insider preview build.
Aidan dives into several ways that you can back up SQL Server which is running in an Azure virtual machine.
Microsoft is working on a new Windows 10 feature called ‘InPrivate Desktop’ that will make running risky applications, easier.