Microsoft’s SharePoint platform continues to grow at a healthy rate and the company has successfully transitioned the majority of its users to the cloud.
Microsoft has announced a new version of Office for on-premises users and it will arrive in the second half of 2018.
Microsoft made a number of announcements about improvements they are making to Office 365 administration at the Ignite 2017 conference. Here’s a synopsis of what was announced from support for scoped administration using Azure AD admin units to a new “Usage Score.”
Everyone has a different experience at a massive conference like Microsoft Ignite. Here’s some personal notes from Day 1 of the 2017 event. As always, my conference days are a mixture of sessions, chats, and walking.
At the Ignite conference in Orlando, Microsoft confirmed that they will transition Skype for Business Online to Teams over the next year or so. Here’s how the transition will happen.
Microsoft has made the news official, Skype for Business will be going away and Teams is the new future for communication.
At Microsoft’s Ignite conference, the company has started to pitch Windows 10 S for the enterprise along with new low-end hardware.
Microsoft has announced a significant number of updates to its Azure platform that includes everything from licensing terms to Azure stack.
At Ignite 2017, Microsoft announced a significant update to Microsoft 365 that brings with it new features and two new tiers of the service.
Microsoft’s premier ERP software is getting several new features including AI, modular apps and deeper integration with PowerApps and Microsoft Flow.
Jeff Hicks shares great information about the PSReadline module, which is now a default part of PowerShell.
Microsoft’s Ignite conference kicks off next week and here is what you should be looking for at the big event.
Next week, Microsoft is headed to Orlando where the company will be hosting its Ignite conference and it looks like it’s going to be a big event.