See how the cloud can enhance your backup and DR capabilities and make sure that you are prepared for the next interruption to your environment.
Because it was 62 degrees yesterday but it will still snow tomorrow, this edition of Short Takes looks at 5 years of Surface Pro, an unfixable Skype bug that was already fixed, Amazon v. Microsoft, and so much more.
In this article. I will make an overview of the IT Roadmap Planning Tool for Microsoft 365.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith discusses why Puppet and DSC together is often the best configuration management solution in mixed Windows/Linux environments.
Teams is one of Microsoft’s hubs for teamwork within Office 365. People work with documents all the time and the documents are in SharePoint Online libraries. However, Teams imposes its own view of documents and omits some of the functionality available through the SharePoint browser interface. This doesn’t seem to matter very much, except in the case of data governance.
Compliance is always a hot topic, so in this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at how Microsoft’s DSCEA can be used to create compliance reports for servers configured using PowerShell DSC.
We are going to dig into WIP’s requirements, how it works, and how you can use it.
A recent vacation meant that I didn’t spend as much time as usual monitoring changes inside Office 365. As it happened, lots of change occurred. The large stuff (major updates for Teams and Planner) has already been covered in detail, but many other small but important changes are now active inside Office 365. And, as always, it’s the small stuff that can trip you up. Here’s what I learned after a weekend of catching up…
Microsoft is expanding the reach of ATP and will soon offer it for users of Windows 7 but only if you are also running Windows 10.
There are five things every business should know about the hybrid cloud before you move to maximize your efforts.
In this Ask the Admin, I’ll look at what you can do with Bash and the Windows Subsystem for Linux in Windows 10 and Windows Server 1709.
In a recent post on the G Suite Updates blog, Google announced several new updates to it Hangouts Meet Room hardware lineup, including a new camera and a new combination speaker-microphone.
Because I’ve fallen and I can’t get up, this edition of Short Takes examines Microsoft’s latest marketing gaff, Build 2018 vs. Google IO 2018, Google vs. Nest, Broadcom vs. Qualcomm, and much, much more.