Microsoft has announced Windows 10 has passed 400 million installs and while they still have a long way to go to reach 1 billion, with Enterprise customers now starting to upgrade, the install base will continue to grow.
Microsoft is turning its Office 365 platform into not only a productivity tool but also a new security layer that can detect multiple attack vectors on your environment.
Microsoft will deliver a new feature for Edge with the Redstone 2 update in 2017 that will provide significant new protection against malicious websites for Enterprise customers.
Microsoft has announced that the general availability of Windows Server 2016 will arrive in October and that it will include the Docker Engine to Windows Server 2016 customers at no additional cost.
Microsoft announced today that it will make Adobe Marketing Cloud the preferred marketing service for its Dynamics 365 Enterprise offering. The new partnership will give customers a powerful, comprehensive marketing service for intelligent business applications, Microsoft says.
Keeping projects under control and on track is critical to the successful business. Although all businesses have projects, not every business has project managers or project management software.
Because I’m sick and have to fly again on Sunday, this edition of Short Takes focuses on a massive Microsoft stock buyback, a UK consumer watchdog that hates Windows 10, Microsoft goes green, Yahoo reveals massive hack, over half of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 users are idiots, and more.
On this episode, I cover all of the Microsoft news this week including the on-going problems with Microsoft hardware, Skype Teams, Ignite, and good riddance to an annoying pop-up.
In today’s Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains how Shared Access Signatures (SAS) can be used to grant access to objects in storage without revealing the storage account key.
Microsoft is working on a new team collaboration application called Skype Teams; how the product will be offered and its release dates are coming into focus.
The world of Office 365 is ever-changing. This week my attention was distracted by the inability of the Admin Center to report unlicensed accounts, a Watson dump in an ActiveSync cmdlet, some interesting data about the number of Office 365 users affected by outages as revealed through an API, and more odd entries in the Audit Log. Thankfully Ignite is next week and nothing will happen.
Companies that can effectively use their data assets have a significant advantage over their competitors; Microsoft commissioned a new study that highlights the true value of digging in deep to your databases.