Kumagawa has been working with Microsoft technologies for more than 15 years, 10 of which have been all about SharePoint, according to his LinkedIn page. He’s currently focused on the collaboration space, all up
Because it’s that time of the quarter, this edition of Short Takes looks exclusively at Microsoft’s quarterly earnings announcement.
Microsoft’s Q3 FY17 results tell us that Office 365 now has over 100 million monthly active users. That’s great, but the really interesting thing is how many on-premises seats remain to move to the cloud.
Microsoft’s Cloud performance continues to be a key driver of revenue for the company with Q3 results indicating that its services have a run rate of $15.2 billion.
Lee is focused on bringing together the open source, accessibility and web/mobile technologies disciplines. He is co-founder of OpenDirective.com, which provides development and consulting.
Russell Smith discusses the key differences between AppLocker and Device Guard in Windows 10.
Microsoft is working on a new OS targeted at the education market, called Windows Cloud, but they have a few hurdles to overcome to push back against Chromebooks.
Aidan Finn looks at some of the best practices for using the StorSimple 1200 virtual appliance.
In his day job with New Berlin, Wisc.-based ITW ARk-Les, Finney does everything from develop concepts, to maintain released CAD files. He is also a OneNote aficionado and regular Petri.com contributor.
Aidan Finn discusses how Microsoft’s release of the Creators Update will impact your Windows 10 client Hyper-V deployments.
Rogers, based in Birmingham, Ala., is a well-known speaker, and trainer when it comes to SharePoint and all things Office 365.
In this short video, discover the power of hybrid search in SharePoint 2016. Find out all the things that are now possible with a seamless integration of SharePoint on-premises and SharePoint Online.
Joseph Finney explains why there are so few popular desktop apps in the Windows app store.