Aidan Finn shows you how to create a new web app using Azure App Services, the PaaS alternative to running web services on virtual machines.
Jasper Oosterveld, Microsoft MVP and Consultant, introduces the new Yammer Group Insights.
Because perfect is the enemy of good, this edition of Short Takes looks at Windows as a (dis)service, Windows 10 on ARM performance, Satya Nadella’s biggest problem, Surface Book 2, and more.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains how Controlled Folder Access can help protect users against ransomware.
Microsoft’s Surface Book 2 bridges the gap between laptop and desktop but with a starting price of $2499, is it worth the expense?
The European SharePoint Conference took place in Dublin, Ireland this week. The SharePoint content was top-notch and the conference ran smoothly, but I was a little disappointed at the relative lack of Office 365 coverage despite the claim made in the conference moniker.
Jasper Oosterveld, Microsoft MVP and Consultant at InSpark, introduces the new attention view in SharePoint Document Libraries. Making our lives, while working with metadata, a little bit easier.
Microsoft is bringing more features to Azure including tech from Apache Spark to create a new Azure Databricks service.
After early adopters were not able to upgrade in time, Microsoft is extending support of Windows 10 1511 by six months for Enterprise and Education customers.
My Tasks App is a new feature that is not delivered as a regular Microsoft Teams App but as the integration of the Planner My Tasks page into Teams.
A new premium Azure Active Directory feature allows you to force group owners to certify that external members should have continued access. Given that Office 365 Groups and Microsoft Teams now both support guest users, it is wise to check on who can access what from time to time. Whether you will want to pay extra for such a feature is quite another matter!
In a recent post on the AWS blog, Amazon announced the addition of several new encryption and security features that are now available to AWS S3 customers.
Amazon recently announced several improvements to CloudWatch within the AWS GovCloud (US) Region, including support for extended metric retention, the addition of percentile statistics for metrics, and the ability to add high-resolution custom metrics and alarms.