Microsoft is working on a new tool that will make it easier to collaborate on large sets of data and it is currently testing this tool with a select group of Office 365 users.
In this how-to article I show you how easy it is to connect an existing Office 365 Group to a team within Microsoft Teams.
Find out why Microsoft’s Office 365 uptime ratings aren’t necessarily providing a complete picture of Office 365 reliability.
If you are a developer and are using the Windows Subsystem for Linux, you have a new tool at your disposal, Suse.
Microsoft has announced today that they have acquired Maluuba, a deep learning company focused on natural language understanding.
Jeff Hicks wraps up his series on XML and PowerShell by walking you through the process of importing complex XML into PowerShell.
Learn how to build a simple JSON file using the Azure Portal, and customize it using the free version of Visual Studio, VS Code.
Because the end is listless, this edition of Short Takes looks at a bizarre Microsoft lawsuit, Microsoft’s privacy ah-ha moment, Xbox fears, and more.
Microsoft StaffHub is a new Office 365 application built from bits of Office 365 Groups, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, Azure, and Teams. The concept is simple – provide an application to allow the schedules of workers to be managed through a combination of browser and mobile interfaces. It’s an idea that will be popular with some Office 365 tenants, but it’s probably of limited interest to the majority.
Microsoft has announced a new tool to make it easier to manage a schedule called Staff Hubs and it is included with some tiers of Office365.
Microsoft is testing new ways to secure your PC, including auto locking your device if you walk away from your PC without locking the device.
Learn how to configure and test password reset policy for cloud-only users in Azure Active Directory.
In the seventh installment in this series, Jeff demonstrates how to properly import XML data into PowerShell.