Brad has nearly a decade of writing and publishing experience under his belt. From breaking news about Microsoft to pushing publications to new heights, he has significant experience as a journalist as well as growing web-based brands. Brad brings to Petri a profound background in all things Microsoft and has been cited by numerous publications for cracking open the Redmond nut and exposing the internal workings of the company. Brad earned his M.B.A from the Lindner School of Business and resides in Cincinnati, Ohio.
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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.
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.
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.
Microsoft’s Teams application is resonating well with its users and the general consensus is that this is a good application but it’s not perfect.
Microsoft has created a new online dashboard that gives you more control over the data the company has collected and they are also introducing new privacy features into the Creators update too.
Microsoft is gearing up to release the Creators update this spring and it may arrive with new hardware as the Surface Book and Pro 4 start to show their age.
Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system saw healthy growth in 2016 but its browser, Edge, is struggling to find a home with users.
Ransomware will continue to grow in popularity in 2017 and taking a look back at the past two years, you can see how widespread the attacks have become.
As 2016 comes to an end, one of my favorite things to do is to take a look at all the content we published this year to see what resonated well with our audience.
Microsoft will release a new feature with the Creators update next year that will allow a user to defer updates for up to 35 days.
Cyanogen has announced that it is ending its operations and seeing as they are a strategic partner with Microsoft, this has an impact on the company’s mobile strategy.