Because security and privacy are fashionable, this week’s edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s new Azure Sphere platform, a Windows 10 S vulnerability, data requests, the race to $1 trillion, and much, much more.
This post will explain the improvements that Microsoft has made by making the next-generation alert system of Azure generally available.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll provide a general overview of the Windows Admin Center, which was released earlier this month.
Office 365 Groups are the reason why many SharePoint Online sites appear in tenants. If you’re on the Pacific coast of the U.S., the regional settings are OK. But anyone else in the rest of the world who uses the SharePoint browser interface will see times and dates in that instead of the local format. You can change the regional settings for a site, and now you can make sure that new sites have the right settings.
Microsoft is bringing Windows Defender to Chrome via an extension but there are a few things you need to consider before installing the add-on.
This month’s Patch Tuesday fixes 63 CVE vulnerabilities, 17 of which are critical for Windows 10.
Microsoft Flow integration in SharePoint Online provides a very simple way to model common collaboration scenarios, such as send an OnDemand notification when a specific document has been uploaded to a document library or a list item has been created in a list. In this article I will show you how to create a simple Flow to send an OnDemand notification when a document is selected in a document library.
With GDPR coming, it’s good news that Teams now supports Office 365 retention policies. You can apply retention to messages posted to channels and chats, or use a mixture of policies to target different sets of users and teams. You might be surprised how Teams has implemented retention – and remember, we’re only talking about messages – other content might also need a policy.
With a little help from Power BI and Azure Log Analytics, Microsoft’s new Project VAST promises to make it easier to identify important security events.
Microsoft has announced a new Azure service targeted at the growing IoT segment that they hope will secure the edge of our computing environments.
At last year’s Ignite, Microsoft announced that it was developing an HTML5 web client for Remote Desktop Services. At the end of March, Microsoft made a preview available.
Installing Windows Admin Center in Windows Server 2019 Server Core is covered.
Because it’s Friday the 13th, this week’s edition of Short Takes looks at a quiet Windows 10 delay, the next Xbox console, a new Qualcomm controversy, and much, much more.