In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks at how Microsoft’s new service can help organizations meet compliance requirements.
A new Microsoft support article clarifies premium features used by Office 365 Groups that require premium licenses. While good to know when you have to pay extra, it is baffling why some of the features fall into the premium category and why so many licenses are needed. The solution is to buy the Enterprise Mobility and Security suite. Or just pay for the extra licenses.
Microsoft and Reddit have teamed up to make searching the site a little bit better and also adding a new tool for marketers.
Microsoft Teams is popular now, but if you decide to use it, how can you move content from other applications to Teams. Getting email into Teams can be done individually and moving documents into SharePoint is straightforward, but moving content from other chat platforms is problematic because of the lack of a migration API.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith looks at the technical preview of Project Honolulu in Windows Server version 1709.
There is a lot of talk about how Windows devices based on ARM will be a huge shift in desktop security but Microsoft needs to come out and explain the value of an ARM-based devices.
Learn about Azure’s different options to protect your business-critical data to avoid your next possible outage.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith walks you through what happened when he converted an external Office 365 user to a paid subscriber and how to avoid the problems encountered.
See how SQL Server Stretch Databases can extend your data to the hybrid cloud and it is easy to configure too.
In a recent press release, IBM announced its new Power Systems Servers and POWER9 processor, which can be useful when working with artificial intelligence and other compute-intensive applications.
In this Ask the Admin, Russell Smith explains the changes to how default app file associations are managed in Windows 10.
Jasper Oosterveld, Microsoft MVP & Consultant, reviews the latest updates to the customizations of the Modern SharePoint Team Site look and feel.
Jasper Oosterveld compares the Modern SharePoint experience to the Classic SharePoint experience.